Featured Publication: Improving Restoration to Control Plant Invasions under Climate Change

 
Featured Publication: Improving Restoration to Control Plant Invasions under Climate Change

Human activities that spread non-native invasive plants and development that reduces forest habitat are serious threats to native plant species. An increasing human population and changing climate add to the complexity of the problem. Natural resource managers working to restore native plant communities must address these interacting threats, but may not be able to rely on past conditions as a guide for restoration. In a chapter published in the book Invasive Plant Ecology, Eastern Threat Center research ecologists Qinfeng Guo and Steve Norman discuss strategies for promoting stable and resilient ecosystems that are able to withstand unusual environmental changes. Learn more about the book...

 

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