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WHY INVASIVE SPECIES ARE A PROBLEM Invasive species are a threat to the environment. They can alter biodiversity and may also contribute to the destruction of entire ecosystems. WHAT IS AN INVASIVE SPECIES? An invasive species is any living plant, animal, or parasite that is not normally part of an ecosystem. Invasive species often spread
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Beautiful or not, the Japanese beetle is a troublesome garden pest. Before the summer months are in full swing, read up to learn how to battle this pest.
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BLOG POST: 10 teaching resources for invasive species from Science Lessons That Rock
Some of the main invasive species in the Great Lakes #dataviz #infographic http://on.wsj.com/JdMLAh
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Love teaching ecology through an "invasive species lens" - it connects students to their local environment and engages students in problem-based learning while meeting the NGSS standards!
Invasive Species List: 10 Destructive Species You Can (and Should) Eat. Check out our guide to edible invasive plants & animals, including links to recipes!
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As invasive species aren’t native to a specific environment, they can have catastrophic effects on that environment. But why are invasive species so dangerous to the environment, and how can we stop their effects?
Introducing an exotic species for pest control can work, but sometimes it just makes everything much, much worse.
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America is facing an animal invasion on multiple fronts. These invaders aren’t looking to start a war — only to make a home. But however benign their intentions might be, invasive species unfortunately pose threats to native species, and upset the balance of native ecosystems. Some are relatively new arrivals; others have been fortifying their position for more than a century. All are especially adept at out-eating and out-reproducing their native neighbors. To help you guard the home front…
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