Edited By: Christopher Moriarty and Declan A Murray
144 pages, Figs, tabs
Proceedings of a seminar of the National Committee for Biology 23rd and 24th February 1999.
This book contains contributions from leading experts dealing with the Irish biota as "natural" invaders from postglacial colonisation and the risks and threats to the native flora and fauna resulting from more recent deliberate and accidental introductions to the island.
These proceedings belong to a long-established series of publications resulting from seminars held annually. Each seminar addresses a particular topic of public interest by inviting contributions from a wide range of disciplines.
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