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Textbook Chapter: Exotic annual Bromus in the western USA

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2015-01-01 21:29:01
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2016-01-01 07:00:00

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Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative(Principal Investigator), Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Matt Germino(Author), Jeanne Chambers(Author), Textbook Chapter: Exotic annual Bromus in the western USA, https://greatbasinlcc.org/publications

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The spread and impacts of exotic species are unambiguous, global threats to many ecosystems. A prominent example is the suite of annual grasses in the Bromus genus (Bromus hereafter) that originate from Europe and Eurasia but have invaded or are invading large areas of the Western USA. This book brings a diverse, multidisciplinary group of authors together to synthesize current knowledge, research needs, and management implications for Bromus. Exotic plant invasions are multifaceted problems, and understanding and managing them requires the biological, ecological, sociological, and economic perspectives that are integrated in this book. Knowing how well information from one geographic or environmental setting can transfer to another [...]

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