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The Problem of Invasive Species in River Ecosystems
Fausch, Kurt D.; García-Berthou, Emili
Invasive nonnative species are a major problem in river ecosystems, and have large ecological and economic costs. Few ecosystems can resist invasions. The species that tend to invade most readily are those that humans. Introduce the most, and the ecosystems they invade are those with the most human activity. Most invasions are irreversible, and control is expensive, so efforts should be focused on prevention of future invasions
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Ecologia fluvial
Stream ecology
Espècies introduïdes
Introduced organisms
Animals invasors
Cursos d'aigua -- Conservació
Stream conservation
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