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University of California - Riverside.
While climate change is a burden to many species, it’s a boon to some non-native plants and animals. The sudden population growth and expansion of unchecked species can have a detrimental effect on native habitat, agriculture, and human health. Environmental Resilience Institute researchers are working to understand the risks posed by disease-carrying insects, such as tick and mosquitoes, and how invasive species are affecting established ecosystems. See also: Climate Implications – Invasive Species and Pests.
Oregon State University.
Purdue University. News. (Indiana).
University of California, Santa Barbara. Marine Sciences Institute.
University of California - Los Angeles. UCLA Newsroom.