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Sunday, May 14, 2006

Weekend Blog Blogging  

This week in invasive species blogging:

  • bootstrap analysis blogs about new research showing that garlic mustard alters the ecology of the soil it grows in. Not good news for native plants that want to compete. I would link to the NYT article about it, but it costs money to read that now, so just heck out nuthatch's post and then link over to read the *free* original research paper. (Update: nuthatch was kind enough to send in this link to the NYT story)
  • snowfall kitten has done something few of us would have the guts to do: she took the paper she wrote for a univerity course, Invasive Ants and Supercolonies, and she posted it online for the world to see. The ISW gives her an A+!
  • The Urban Pantheist makes Japanese knotweed #129 out of 365 urban species.

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2 Comments:

Here's a free link to the NYT piece:
http://forests.org/articles/reader.asp?linkid=55871

And here's a link to my post :-)
http://www.bootstrap-analysis.com/2006/05/garlic_mustart_.html

By Anonymous Nuthatch, at 5/15/2006 06:32:00 AM  

Oy! Fixed! (sorry)

By Blogger Jenn, at 5/15/2006 02:58:00 PM  

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