Invasive Species in a Changing World

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Richard J. Hobbs
Island Press, 2000 - Biological invasions - 457 pages
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Contents

Global Change and Biological Invasions
31
LandUse Changes and Invasions
55
Will the Increasing Atmospheric CO2 Concentration
95
Microevolutionary Influences of Global Changes
115
Assessing the Extent Status and Dynamism of Plant
141
Global Changes Invasive Species
191
The Economics of Alien Species Invasions
241
Valuing Ecosystem Services Lost to Tamarix Invasion
261
Regional Examples
303
General Aspects and Impact
351
Invasive Species and Environmental Changes
369
Present Patterns
385
Summary
425
Contributors
435
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