In a recap of our 2021 researcher spotlights, we revisit responses to: What’s the most important thing about your research for managers and policy-makers to know?
Author archive for: Justin Dalaba
To round out the year, we’re sharing an approach that TIEs together actionable research with invasive species management and policy decisions, called Translational Invasion Ecology (TIE).
Dr. Bethany Bradley originally set her sights on Mars, but landed here on Earth still tackling a challenge of great scale: Climate change and invasive species.
"A gene drive construct that could spread to all components of the population may mean that eradication of sea lamprey from the Great Lakes is no longer an impossible dream."
Dr. Annise Dobson's invasion research is motivated by forest conservation for all, particularly in urban and managed forests.
This 5-year study offers considerations for monitoring the indirect effects of invasive plant treatments, such as non-target impacts, biodiversity benefits, and secondary invasion.
Dr. Mark Renz works to improve weed management to maximize benefits to the farmer and land manager while minimizing impacts to the environment.