Developed by the Cornell Environmental Inquiry Program, Invasion Ecology consists of a student edition and teacher's guide designed to enable high school students to carry out authentic research. By studying non-native invasive species such as purple loosestrife and Phragmites, students will learn about the links between biology and ecology -- and explore how scientists are fighting these aggressors with biological controls. Invasion Ecology was published by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and is available at 1-800-277-5300 or http://store.nsta.org.
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