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Invaded: The Biological Invasion of South Africa

By: Leonie Joubert
263 pages, Col photos, tabs
Invaded: The Biological Invasion of South Africa
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  • Invaded: The Biological Invasion of South Africa ISBN: 9781868144785 Paperback Jul 2009 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £43.50
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This is a book about biological pollution - the plants and animals that have spread around the globe on the back of human movement, those that have traversed the boundaries of natural habitats and have begun to erode their new adopted environment.

The author documents the grave consequences of humankind's intended and unintended introduction of alien species into South Africa. While some rivers have lost their natural fish populations, the west coast is choked over with mussels from a far-off country; the Cape Floral Kingdom's rare plants have come under increasing threat; sensitive renosterveld has been reduced to a few isolated islands of resistance; dams and lakes have been taken over by an umbrella of aquatic plants; and water is being consumed voraciously by thirsty alien trees.

The book is, however, not a story of despair. Instead, it encourages scientists, citizens and policy-makers to continue with their efforts to contain and eradicate invasive alien species.

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Leonie Joubert is a freelance science writer. She is the author of Scorched: South Africa's Changing Climate (2006), which was awarded an honorary Sunday Times/Alan Paton Award, and Boiling Point: People in a Changing Climate (2008), which is based on research funded by the 2007 Ruth First Fellowship, both published by Wits University Press, Johannesburg.
By: Leonie Joubert
263 pages, Col photos, tabs
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