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Series: Invading Nature - Springer Series in Invasion Ecology Volume: 13
By: Fanghao Wan(Editor), Mingxing Jiang(Editor), Aibin Zhan(Editor)
252 pages, 52 colour & 23 b/w illustrations
This book, published in two volumes, discusses invasive-species problems in agriculture, forests and aquatic ecosystems, highlighting the invasive mechanisms and management of the selected invasive species. Biological invasion has become a serious global ecological and economic problem that deserves particular attention from both government officials and scientists. This volume focuses on three key scientific areas: 1) population establishment and spreading mechanisms of selected invasive species; 2) ecology adaptation, population growth, expansion and evolution of invasive species; and 3) impact of bio-invasion on the ecosystem structure and function at community and ecosystem levels. The presented research will result in techniques for better management of invasive species.
- Section III. Invasion and Management of Major Alien Species in China
- Section IV. Perspectives and Future Research Directions
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