Recently published journal articles:
- "Atmospheric invasion of non-native pollen in the Mediterranean region" by Jordina Belmonte and Montserrat Vilà. American Journal of Botany. 91(8), pp. 1243-1250. (People in Catalonia are suffering as non-native pollen increases the concentration of airborne allergens and the duration of the allergy season.)
- "Genetic variation of introduced Hawaiian and native Costa Rican populations of an invasive tropical shrub, Clidemia hirta (Melastomataceae)." by Saara J. DeWalt and J.L. Hamrick. American Journal of Botany. 91(8), pp. 1155-1162.
- "Are invasive species a major cause of extinctions?" by Jessica Gurevitch and Dianna K. Padilla. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 19(9), pp. 470-474.
- "HOW INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION INFLUENCE CONTEMPORARY INVASION DYNAMICS" by John G. Lambrinos. Ecology. 85(8), pp. 2061-2070.
- "Invasion impacts local species turnover in a successional system" by Kathryn A. Yurkonis and Scott J. Meiners. Ecology Letters. 7(9), pp. 764+. (Effects of Japanese Honeysuckle vine [Lonicera japonica] on plant species richness.)
- "Distinctiveness magnifies the impact of biological invaders in aquatic ecosystems" by Anthony Ricciardi and Susanna K. Atkinson. Ecology Letters. 7(9), pp. 781+. (Get the .pdf!)
- "Increased susceptibility to enemies following introduction in the invasive plant Silene latifolia" by Lorne M. Wolfe, Jelmer A. Elzinga and Arjen Biere. Ecology Letters. 7(9), pp. 813+.
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