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Invasive Alien Species (4-Volume Set) Observations and Issues from Around the World

By: Thammineni Pullaiah(Editor), Michael Ielmini(Editor)
1394 pages, Colour photos, tables, maps
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Invasive Alien Species (4-Volume Set)
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  • Invasive Alien Species (4-Volume Set) ISBN: 9781119607021 Hardback May 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Invasive alien species are spreading into new ecosystems each year. The impacts caused by these invaders can be swift and devastating. The topic of invasive alien species is large, complex, and globally significant at various scales, exacerbated by the globalization of world economies and increased trade and commerce that has overcome natural barriers to species movement. Invasive alien species threaten global food supplies, water quality and availability, and energy production and delivery. With the added risks associated with global climate change, the global homogenization of plants, animals, and microbes is a major factor in the decline in ecosystem health and ecosystem services worldwide. To counter this trend, there is a critical need to unify governments, cultures, and programs to improve cross-boundary coordination to effectively address the wide range of invasive alien species threats to the environment, economies, and to plant and animal health; particularly human health.

This 4-volume work is the first to compile a set of useful material for key topics, to provide a better understanding of the overall global threat of invasive alien species and the diverse array of problems faced around the world, and assemble material that includes potential replicable solutions to overcome these threats. Invasive Alien Speciess also highlight the threat posed by invasive alien species in terms of a global 'call to action'. Since invasive species know no boundaries, it is our hope that by compiling material from different scientific and social perspectives around the world, and sharing knowledge and examples of a diverse array of associated topics, we can advance global awareness and improve unified national responses to the threat posed by invasive alien species.

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Thammineni Pullaiah is Professor of Botany (Retired), Department of Botany, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, India. Michael Ielmini is National Invasive Species Program Manager in the United States Department of Agriculture (Forest Service), Washington D.C., USA.

By: Thammineni Pullaiah(Editor), Michael Ielmini(Editor)
1394 pages, Colour photos, tables, maps
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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