Exotic Invasive Species in Urban Wetlands: Environmental Correlates and Implications for Wetland Management

Exotic Invasive Species in Urban Wetlands: Environmental Correlates and Implications for Wetland Management

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Ehrenfeld, J. G. 2008. Exotic Invasive Species in Urban Wetlands: Environmental Correlates and Implications for Wetland Management. Journal of Applied Ecology. British Ecological Society. 45. 1160-1169

Analysis, Development, Ecosystem, Invasive vegetation, Management, Urban, Urbanization, Vegetation, Wetlands, Land use, Ecological services

This study evaluated the effects of soil variables, adjacent land use, and vegetation structure on the occurrence of exotic species in over 20 forested wetlands in New Jersey (U.S.). The results indicate that a comprehensive ecosystem approach is necessary for managing wetlands exposed to urbanizing conditions.

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