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Invasive Species Resources

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European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization.

National Geographic Society.
Nile perch were introduced to Lake Victoria in the 1950s to boost the fishing industry. The introduction of Nile perch caused an economic boom, but almost caused cichlids, a native fish, to go extinct. Discover the role an invasive species can play in an ecosystem and social system.

CAB International.

See the people and communities from Africa and around the world who are affected by invasive species.
DOI. National Park Service; NatureServe. Explore Natural Communities.
Google. YouTube; New York State Flower Industries.
Google. YouTube; University of Guam. Sea Grant Program.

Google. YouTube; New York Department of Environmental Conservation.

Google. YouTube; New York Sea Grant.

Google. YouTube; University of Wyoming Extension. Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources Initiative Team.
Google. YouTube; University of Wyoming Extension. Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources Initiative Team.
Google. YouTube; New York Department of Environmental Conservation.
Google. YouTube; University of Wyoming. Barnyards & Backyards.