The Department of the Interior (DOI) released a new Funding Guide for Invasive Species Management.
Archive for tag: invasive species
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.
This month, we interviewed Dr. Andrew Newhouse, Assistant Director of the American Chestnut Research & Restoration Project for an update on the latest research and outlook on chestnut blight.
How can we better structure invasive species messaging to build environmental literacy in ethical decision-making? Process-oriented storytelling may offer a more productive approach for educational programming in the United States.
How accessible is invasive species literature? A detailed analysis of the leading journal, Biological Invasions, points to a decline in readability for key stakeholders over two decades.
NYISRI interviews Dr. Kathryn Amatangelo, Associate Professor at SUNY Brockport who studies the genetics and control of European dewberry, mile-a-minute, and Japanese knotweed
We hear from Jennifer Koch, whose 32+ years of work and collaborations offer a glimmer of hope toward saving our native trees from forest pests, like the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB).
Interested in learning about harmful algal blooms (HABs) and their intersection with invasive species issues? Join us with the NYS...
NYISRI interviews Dr. David Wong, who seeks better solutions to managing aquatic invasive species, exploring novel tools like detection dogs.