Posts Tagged ‘Invasive Species’

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.

Invasive Species: Searching for Solutions in a Globally Connected World

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center field assistant Tara Leblanc in a stand of bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) in Vicksburg National Military Park, Mississippi, U.S., during mapping of invasive plants. Image Credit: Hans Landel

Invasive species are a distinctly human-caused problem. We move them, introduce them, and cultivate them. As such, we have the responsibility of dealing with them.

Controlling Invasive Aquatic Weeds in Michigan’s Waterways Requires Interdisciplinary Approach

Michigan researchers use remote sensing, hydrodynamic modeling and ecological observation to monitor the control of invasive Eurasian watermilfoil in the Great Lakes.

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.