This month, we interviewed Dr. Cliff Kraft and Dr. Pete McIntyre of the Adirondack Fishery Research Program who study invasive smallmouth bass in the Adirondacks
Archive for tag: impacts
This month, we interviewed David Lodge, one of the world's leading invasive species experts with a long history of collaborations to advance science into the public policy arena.
Bradley et al. (2023) lay out ideas for better integration of invasive species and climate change policies and practices
This month, we interviewed Jennifer Andreas, who has worked in biological control for the last 25 years, and provides integrated weed management strategies and education to land managers in Washington State.
Can invasive worms serve as food for native species? How do they alter leaf litter microhabitat? New research offers insight into the potential effects and trophic interactions of jumping worms (Amynthas spp.) and native reptiles and amphibians.
NYISRI interviews Dr. Stacy Endriss, an evolutionary ecologist who explores creative approaches for improving how we assess the impacts of invasions and their management.
Using the InvaCost database, this study reports the most up-to-date and exhaustive overview of global spending for invasive species management, revealing important insights into spending trends and the cost of inaction.
A team of researchers and practitioners tackles the disconnect between research and application in the field of remote sensing for invasive species, summarizing 40+ years of literature and experience.
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.