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Alien Species in North America and Hawaii Impacts on Natural Ecosystems

By: George W Cox
387 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Island Press
Alien Species in North America and Hawaii
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Provides a comprehensive overview of the invasive species phenomenon, examining the threats posed and the damage that has already been done to ecosystems across North America and Hawaii. Also considers both the biological theory underlying invasions and the potential and actual effects on ecosystems and human activities.

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By: George W Cox
387 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Island Press
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