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Bio-invasions

Bio-invasions

breaching natural barriers.

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Published by University of Washington, Available from Washington Sea Grant Program in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biological invasions.,
  • Nonindigenous aquatic pests.,
  • Pest introduction.,
  • Biological invasions -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Nonindigenous aquatic pests -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Pest introduction -- Northwest, Pacific.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBioinvasions., Breaching natural barriers.
    ContributionsMoore, J., Lerner, Nancy., Washington Sea Grant Program.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p. :
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18129021M

    INVASIVE PLANTS Hardcover – January 1, by Lalith Gunasekera (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, Author: Lalith Gunasekera.   His first book, Out of Eden: An Odyssey of Ecological Invasion (FSG, ), was a National Book Award finalist and won the Overseas Press Club award for environmental reporting. He has written for Alan Burdick is an editor on the science desk of The New York Times, a former staff writer and senior editor at The New Yorker, and the author of Why /5(41).

      Prophets of the Great Spirit offers an in-depth look at the work of a diverse group of Native American visionaries who forged new, syncretic religious movements that provided their peoples with the ideological means to resist white domination. By blending ideas borrowed from Christianity with traditional beliefs, they transformed “high” gods or a distant and aloof creator into a powerful Reviews: 2. Biological invasions are a major force of change, affecting many dimensions of life on Earth. Invasions result when species colonize new geographic regions, which are disjunct (isolated) from existing populations. Humans have dramatically altered invasion dynamics, especially with the global expansion of trade in modern times. Historically, geographic barriers such as oceans.

      This study was aimed to determine the patterns as well as the effects of biological, anthropogenic, and climatic factors on plant invasions in China. About volumes of national and regional floras were employed to compile a naturalized flora of China. Habit, life form, origin, distribution, and uses of naturalized plants were also analyzed to determine patterns on invasion. This book is the result of a meeting of world-leading experts, in Rio de Janeiro, where the state of the art of this field was reviewed. Topics covered include the molecular analysis of bio-invasions, the recent developments in marine biotechnology, the factors affecting levels of genetic variation and population structure in marine organisms.


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Biological Invasions publishes research and synthesis papers on patterns and processes of biological invasions in terrestrial, freshwater, and marine (including brackish) ecosystems. Also of interest are scholarly papers on management and policy issues as they relate to conservation programs and the global amelioration or control of invasions.

About this book. Provides a compelling outline of the social and economic implications that may occur if biological pollutants continue unchecked, and identifies the range of threatening colonists and looks at their effect on three broad ecosystems - fields, forests and water, detailing the damage being done to agriculture, forestry and fishing.

Volumes and issues. Volume 22 January - June Juneissue 6; Mayissue 5; Aprilissue 4; Marchissue 3; Februaryissue 2; Januaryissue 1. Bio-invasions: the spread of exotic species. Link/Page Citation Human mobility has radically increased the rate at which large numbers of living things are moving from one ecosystem to another.

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It treats invading micro-organisms, plants and animals alike in their multiple impacts on nature and biodiversity, the economy and human health.

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An invasive species is a species that is not native to a specific location (an introduced species), and that has a tendency to spread to a degree believed to cause damage to the environment, human economy or human health. The term as most often used applies to introduced species that adversely affect the habitats and bioregions they invade economically, environmentally, or ecologically.

Bio-invasions, Biodiversity, and Biocultural Diversity: Some Problems with These Concepts for Historians This essay grows from a book on the history of prickly pear, an American cactus, in South Africa, and it touches on Jane Carruthers’ interests in the exchange of acacias.

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In the book: Coasts and Estuaries. The Future. findings to further develop international legislative directives for the protection of.

Marine Bio invasions and Climate Change Climatically driven changes may affect both local dispersal mechanisms, The alteration of current patterns, Competitive interactions between NIS and native species, The onset of new thermal optima and/or different carbonate chemistry. Latitudinal range expansions of species correlated with changing.

The Mediterranean Sea has a long history of bio‐invasions: in the first decade of the 20th century, 13 of the 14 alien species recorded for the first time in. Get this from a library. Biological globalisation: bio-invasions and their impacts on nature, the economy, and public health.

[Wouter van der Weijden; R J Leewis; Pieter Bol] -- Bioglobalisation is anything but new. The exotic fungus Phytophtora has threatened European potato harvests sincewhile the Mongolian conqueror Kublai Khan, as early as the thirteenth century.

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Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. Responsible Editor: G.N. Bronner Griffiths et al.: Marine bio-invasions in South Africa Introduced marine species across southern Africa Jan 1.

Introduction. The fauna and flora of the Black Sea are formed mainly by the Mediterranean and Pontian relic complexes of species. The invasion by the Mediterranean species of the Black Sea (or “Mediterranization”; Pusanow, ; Puzanov, ) is a natural process which started after the opening of the Bosphorus Strait (Istanbul) about – years ago (Arkhangelsky and Batalina.

Bioinvasions and Globalization synthesises our current knowledge of the ecology and economics of biological invasions, providing an in-depth evaluation of the science and its implications for managing the causes and consequences of one of the most pressing environmental issues facing humanity today.

This book analyzes the main drivers of. Under the Convention, all ships in international traffic are required to manage their ballast water and sediments to a certain standard, according to a ship-specific ballast water management plan.

All ships will also have to carry a ballast water record book and an international ballast water management certificate.Bio-invasion is jeopardizing Mediterranean marine life “We hope that this new research will be used to construct a science-based effective management of marine bio-invasions and prevent, or at least minimize, the influx of additional non-indigenous species into the Mediterranean,” said Galil.

Books, battles and magnifying glasses.The economic, social and environmental impacts arising from the transfer and establishment of non indigenous marine species (NIMS) mediated through ship hull biofouling and ballast water discharges in the coastal marine environment require a regional approach to manage bio-invasions.

As the coordinating body for maritime shipping affairs and protection of the marine environment, the.