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Plant Invasions: Human Perception, Ecological Impacts and Management

Edited By: Barbara Tokarska-Guzik, John H Brock, Giuseppe Brundu and Lois Child

428 pages, Figs, graphs, tabs


Paperback | Jun 2008 | #169453 | ISBN-13: 9789057821882
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About this book

Contributed volume of key presentations from a series of biennial International Conferences on the Ecology and Management of Alien Plant Invasions (EMAPi).

This volume aims to contribute to this growing field, exploring human perceptions of plant invasions and the role of humans in the invasion process from different perspectives and geographical areas. It also covers case studies of the biology and ecology of invasive species, mechanisms of invasion and ecological impacts, while offering solutions through a variety of control and management techniques.


Section 1 - Human perception and role in biological invasions
Section 2 - Biology, ecology and distribution of invasive species
Section 3 - Invasibility of habitats and impacts of invasive species
Section 4 - Control and management

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