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Invasive Plant Species

Alien species importance in native vegetation along wadeable streams, John Day River basin, Oregon, USA. 2008. Magee, T. et al. Plant Ecol 195(2): 1385-0237. Link

A Legislative Guidebook to Invasive Plant Mgmt in BC. 2007. Regulation, Compliance, and Enforcement Committee of the Invasive Plant Council of BC. IPCBC Rpt 13. Link

Efficacy of Imazapyr and Glyphosate in the Control of Non-Native Phragmites australis. 2008. Mozdzer, T. et al. Restor Ecol 16(2): 221-224. Link

Fire, native species, and soil resource interactions influence the spatio-temporal invasion pattern of Bromus tectorum. 2008. Gundale, M. et al. Ecography 31 (2): 201–210. Link

Influence of host resistance on the genetic structure of the white pine blister rust fungus in the Western US. 2008. Richardson, B. et al. Phytopathology 98: 413-420. Link

Invasion biology and conservation biology: time to join forces to explore the links between species traits and extinction risk and invasiveness. 2007. van Kleunen, M. and D. Richardson. Progress in Phys Geog 31: 447-450. Link

Invasive Plants Information Compendium. Website. Invasive Plant Council of BC. OTHER KEYWDS: 38 plants Link

Mapping weed infestations using remote sensing: A weed manager’s guide to remote sensing and GIS — Mapping & Monitoring. 2005. Hunt, R. et al. US-FS Remote Sensing Applications Center. Link

Minimizing the Impacts of Invasive Plants in Horticulture. 2007. Greaven, M. et al. Invasive Plant Council of BC.   Link

Proactive intervention to sustain high-elevation pine ecosystems threatened by white pine blister rust.  2007. Schoettle, A. and R. Sniezko. J of Forest Research 12(5): 327-336. Link

Remote sensing and GIS applications for mapping and spatial modelling of invasive species. 2004. Joshi, C. et al. In proceedings for ISPRS: 669-677. Link

Wildland fire in ecosystems: Fire and nonnative invasive plants.  2008. Zouhar, K. et al. US-FS Rocky Mtn Res Stn, RMRS-GTR-42-vol. 6. Link

Invasive Insect Species

Ecological Consequences of Pathogen and Insect Invasions. Tobin, P. 2015. Current Forestry Rpts 1(1): 25-32. Link.





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