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Thursday, February 19, 2009

The Sadlands  

The Nature Conservancy has summarily dismantled what had to be one of the best and most prolific resources for invasive species information on the internet, the Global Invasive Species Team. That means no more newsletters, no new website updates, no support for the palmtop computer-based Weed Information Management System, and, most likely, no new Element Stewardship Abstracts. It also means that several people dedicated to making it just a little easier for everyone to deal with invasive species have lost their jobs. Hopefully the Weed Control Methods Handbook, the voluminous Management Library, Rod Randall's massive weed database, and other tools, housed on UC Davis servers, will remain live for the long term. Read the details here.

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By Blogger Bill Jacobs, at 2/25/2009 01:32:00 PM  

This is really very bad for anyone working on invasive species. Hopefully many people will call or write the TNC national office and ask them to correct this huge mistake.

By Blogger Bill Jacobs, at 2/25/2009 01:34:00 PM  

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