En EspaŅol
Help us grow by giving to the Plant Database Fund or by becoming a member

Did you know you can access the Native Plant Information Network with your web-enabled smartphone?

Share

Native Plant Bibliography


Search native plant publications:
  
     
See a list of all books

Invasive Plants: Changing the Landscape of America

Author(s): Westbrooks, R. G.

Year: 2000

Publisher: Diane Pub Co; Reprint edition

ISBN: 078818847X

Subject: Invasive Plants

Comments: From Books in Print Nonnative plant invaders are causing millions of dollars worth of damage to our natural, managed, and agricultural ecosystems, and their effects can be long-lasting. This fact book is intended to raise awareness of the destruction and economic losses caused by invasive plants in the U.S. Sections include: understanding the problems; plant invasions -- impacts, status, and trends: croplands, yards and gardens, rights-of-way, rangelands and pastures, forests, deserts, wetlands and waterways, Florida, Hawaii, natural areas, parks and refuges, private reserves, wildlife, plant communities, and biodiversity, recreational areas, and human and animal health.

Last Updated: 2007-01-01

Regional coverage


Northeast Midatlantic Southeast Southwest Midwest Rocky Mountain
California Northwest Hawaii Canada Mexico Texas
Go back
E-NEWSLETTER | BECOME A MEMBER | DONATE NOW | MEDIA | SITEMAP
© 2014 Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center