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Plantes Invasives en France

By: Serge Muller
168 pages, 84 col photos
Plantes Invasives en France
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  • Plantes Invasives en France ISBN: 9782856535707 Paperback Dec 2004 In stock
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Language: French

Biological invasions represent a largely neglected aspect of globalization in France. Yet these voluntary or involuntary introductions of species, which often originated far away, can pose important environmental, economic, social and sometimes health problems when they become established. This book begins by presenting general information about invasive plant species, their characteristics, their impact on biodiversity and the environment, as well as strategies for their control.

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By: Serge Muller
168 pages, 84 col photos
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