How Many, And Which, Plants Will Invade Natural Areas?
Changing Community States in the Gulf of Maine: Synergism Between Invaders, Overfishing and Climate Change
Assessing Invader Roles Within Changing Ecosystems: Historical and Experimental Perspectives on an Exotic Mussel in an Urbanized Lagoon
Patterns of Plant Invasions: A Case Example in Native Species Hotspots and Rare Habitats
Modification of Sediments and Macrofauna by an Invasive Marsh Plant
Exotic Grasses Potentially Slow Invasion of an N-fixing Tree into a Hawaiian Woodland
Reinvasion of a Riparian Forest Community by an Animal-dispersed Tree Weed Following Control Measures
Introduced Plant Viruses and the Invasion of a Native Grass Flora
Nontarget Effects of Biological Control. By Peter A. Follett and Jian J. Duan (eds), 2000, xiii +316 pp, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, Massachusetts, ISBN: 0–7923–7725–7