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Authors: Huffaker, Ray
Issue Date: 2017-03-06T19:51:09Z
Abstract: The negative impacts of climate change on global water resources, agriculture, land resources, biodiversity, and ecosystem services are well known (e.g., temperature increases, increasing carbon dioxide levels, and altered patterns of precipitation). Lesser publicized is how climate change reinforces another key transformational driver: invasive species. The interactive dynamics of both drivers greatly magnify the devastating impacts of each on ecosystem services essential to human life and productive activities. This paper discusses how the academic literature has conceptualized the relationship between climate change and invasive species.
Institution/Association: Caribbean Food Crops Society>47th Annual Meeting, July 3-8th, 2011, Bridgetown, Barbados
Total Pages: 7
Collections:47th Annual Meeting, July 3-8th, 2011, Bridgetown, Barbados

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