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  • ISBN 0412483807
  • ISBN13 978-0412483806
  • Language English
  • Author Q.C.B Cronk
  • Publisher Springer; 1995 edition (December 31, 1995)
  • Pages 241
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As with each of the books in the series, Plant Invaders: The threat to natural ecosystems aims to give an authoritative account of the subject in a jargon-free style. It should therefore be of interest not only to the biologists studying plant invasion, but also to land managers and others concerned with practical conservation.Case studies of invasive species highlight specific problems from a wide range of countries, including North America, Africa, Australia, South and South East Asia, Europe, and the Pacific and Atlantic islands.The book contains an invaluable list of invasive species with their countries of origin and regions of introduction. A full bibliography carries references to all cited articles and books.

It should therefore be of interest not only to the biologists studying plant invasion, but also to land managers and others concerned with practical conservation. Case studies of invasive species highlight specific problems from a wide range of countries, including North America, Africa, Australia, South and South East Asia, Europe, and the Pacific and Atlantic islands.

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As with each of the books in the series, Plant Invaders: The threat to. .It should therefore be of interest not only to the biologists studying plant invasion, but also to land managers and others concerned with practical conservation.

It should therefore be of interest not only to the biologists studying plant invasion, but also to land managers and others concerned with practical conservation. Case studies of invasive species highlight specific problems from a wide range of countries, including North America, Africa, Australia, South and South East Asia, Europe, and the Pacific and Atlantic islands

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Earthscan Publications, London, UK. Article in Conservation Ecology 5(2) · January 2002 with 28 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

Plant Conservation News. The threat to natural ecosystems. British Ecological Society Bulletin. Softcover 99,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

Author : Quentin Cronk. Publisher : Springer. In a new series in plant conservation sponsored by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), this book is a practical guide to a subject of increasing concern to the conservation biologist. As with each of the books in the series, this book aims to give an authoritative guide to the subject in a clear, jargon-free style. It should therefore not only be of interest to the academic biologist interested in the phenomenon of invasion, but also to government and non-governmental personnel involved in the decision-making process needed as a result of the problems encountered with invasive species.

Please choose ww. andFIndia. Cronk, Janice L. Fuller. A practical guide to the protection and management of ecosystems against invasions by non-indigenous plant species

Please choose ww. Multiple options to purchase locally. A practical guide to the protection and management of ecosystems against invasions by non-indigenous plant species. The majority of countries suffer from invasive plants and there are case studies from North America, Europe, Australia, South and South East Asia and the Pacific and Atlantic islands.

The manual is organized into five chapters.

Cronk, Q. C. and J. L. Plant Invaders: the Threat to Natural Ecosystems. Earthscan Publications, London, UK. Doria Gordon. The manual is organized into five chapters. The first briefly addresses definitions, the effects of invaders on natural systems and processes, and patterns of invasion by landform, climate, and biome. However, deriving patterns of invasiveness from this large but arbitrarily selected group could be misleading.

Environmental Conservation. Plant Invaders: The Threat to Natural Ecosystems BY QUENTIN C. B. CRONK AND JANICE L. FULLER xiv + 241 p. 36 figs. 23 1. 1 cm, ISBN 1 85383 781 4 paperback, GB£ 2. 5, London, UK: Earthscan Publications Ltd, 2001. Marcel Rejmánek (a1).