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Invasive species in a globalized world : ecological, social, and legal perspectives on policy

Author: Reuben P Keller; Marc William Cadotte; Glenn Sandiford
Publisher: Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2015.
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Recognizing the need to engage experts across the life, social, and legal sciences as well as the humanities, this volume draws together a wide variety of ecologists, historians, economists, legal  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Reuben P Keller; Marc William Cadotte; Glenn Sandiford
ISBN: 9780226166049 022616604X 9780226166186 022616618X
OCLC Number: 906126440
Description: vii, 410 pages, 8 pages de planche non numérotées : illustrations (certaines en couleur), cartes géographiques (certaines en couleur) ; 24 cm
Contents: Chapter 1. Working across disciplines to understand and manage invasive species / R.P. Keller, M. Cadotte, G. Sandiford --
Section I Introduction. Of toads, squirrels, carps, and kids : how science and human perceptions drive our responses to invasive species --
Chapter 2. The ecological, evolutionary, and social impact of invasive cane toads in Australia / R. Shine --
Chapter 3. A tale of two squirrels : a British case study of the sociocultural dimensions of debates over invasive species / P. Coates --
Chapter 4. Fish tales : optimism and other bias in rhetoric about exotic carps in America / G. Sandiford --
Chapter 5. "Sooper" impact : drawing the attention of kids to the dangers of invasive species / M. Newman --
Section II Introduction. Here they come : understanding and managing the introduction of invasive species --
Chapter 6. Patterns of live vertebrate importation into the United States : analysis of an invasion pathway. C. Romagosa --
Chapter 7. All in the family : relatedness and the success of introduced species / M. Cadotte, L. Jin --
Chapter 8. Reducing damaging introductions from international species trade through invasion risk assessment / M. Springborn --
Section III Introduction. Controlling the bad : reducing the impacts of established invaders --
Chapter 9. Evaluating the economic costs and benefits of slowing the spread of emerald ash borer / J. Bossenbroek, A. Croskey, D. Finnoff, L. Iverson, S. McDermott, A. Prasad, C. Sims, D. Sydnor --
Chapter 10. Climate change challenges in the management of invasive sea lamprey in Lake Superior / J. Kitchell, T. Cline, V. Bennington, G. McKinley --
Chapter 11. Ecological separation without hydraulic separation : engineering solutions to control invasive common carp in Australian rivers / Robert Keller --
Chapter 12. Does enemy release contribute to the success of invasive species? : a review of the enemy release hypothesis / K. Prior, J. Hellmann --
Section IV Introduction. Where to from here? : policy prospects at international, national, and regional levels --
Chapter 13. From global to local : integrating policy frameworks for the prevention and management of invasive species / S. Burgiel --
Chapter 14. Developing invasive species policy for a major free trade bloc : challenges and progress in the European Union / C. Shine --
Chapter 15. There ought to be a law! : the peculiar absence of broad federal harmful nonindigenous species legislation / M. Miller --
Chapter 16. Pathways toward a policy of preventing new Great Lakes invasions / J. Brammeier, T. Cmar --
Chapter 17. Final thoughts : nature and human nature / G. Sandiford, R.P. Keller, M. Cadotte.
Responsibility: edited by Reuben P. Keller, Marc W. Cadotte, and Glenn Sandiford.
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