Category: Impacts of Invasions 2017

Partnering with Pet and Pond Businesses to Prevent Aquatic Invasive Species

The RIPPLE educational campaign promotes safe pet and plant handling in Michigan using an approach that can be used in other parts of the Great Lakes and beyond.

Texas Has a Successful Citizen Science Program for Detecting and Reporting Invasive Plant Species

The more trained eyes watching for invasive species, the better our chances of lessening or avoiding damage to our native landscape.

Update on Biological Control of Carrizo Cane in the Rio Grande Basin of Texas and Mexico

The use of insects as biological control against carrizo cane has reduced the invasive weed’s dominance in the Rio Grande Basin.

Data and Knowledge Preservation

Invasive species data and knowledge preservation is vital for future research, and collection methods impact data quality.

Red-Streaked Leafhopper and King Ranch Bluestem: Evaluating the Relationship Between Two Invasives

Symbiotic relationship between two invasive species in Texas could pose threat to American sugarcane production.

Biological Control Stops Dalmatian Toadflax Invasion Following Wildfires

Biological control is a solution for an exotic invasive weed invasion following a major disturbance caused by wildfires.

Call for Papers: Ecological Impacts of Biological Invasion

Earthzine, an IEEE online scientific publication, is soliciting articles of 800 to 3,000 words for its first 2017 quarterly theme, Ecological Impacts of Biological Invasion, focusing on invasive species in land and aquatic environments.