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Control of Tamarix in the Western United States: implications for water salvage, wildlife use, and riparian restoration
Non-native shrub species in the genus Tamarix (saltcedar, tamarisk) have colonized hundreds of thousands of hectares of floodplains, reservoir margins, and other wetlands in western North America. Many resource managers seek to reduce saltcedar abundance and control its spread to increase the flow of water in streams that might otherwise be lost to evapotranspiration, to restore native riparian (streamside) vegetation, and to improve wildlife habitat. However, increased water yield might not always occur and has been substantially lower than expected in water salvage experiments, the potential for successful revegetation is variable, and not all wildlife taxa clearly prefer native plant habitats over saltcedar....
Impacts of recreation trails on exotic and ruderal species distribution in grassland areas along the Colorado Front Range.
This study examines the establishment patterns of exotic and ruderal species along trail corridors in grassland areas of the Colorado Front Range. The effects of trail presence, trail age, and trail traffic levels on exotic and ruderal species establishment are explored to ascertain the potential impacts of trails on surrounding vegetation. Established trails exhibited a greater presence of exotic and ruderal species along the immediate trailside, showing that disturbed trailsides tend to encourage the growth of these species over time. Furthermore, the established trails exhibited significantly less native, nonruderal, and overall species richness at the trailside. These trailside patterns did not show a significant...
Size limitation on zebra mussels consumed by freshwater drum may preclude the effectiveness of drum as a biological controller
Increased abundance and depth of submersed macrophytes in response to decreased turbidity in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron
Phytoplankton productivity in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron: Effects of zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) colonization
Infestation with larvae of the sea anemone Edwardsia lineata affects nutrition and growth of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi
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Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de Man) as biological agent to control molluscan population in fish culture ponds of the Sundarbans
Synthesis and review of the expanding range of the Asian freshwater mussel Anodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) (Bivalvia: Unionidae)
Exotic birch-leafmining sawflies (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) in Alberta: Distributions, seasonal activities, and the potential for competition