Agricultural Research Service Research Program - Invasive Species
- AgResearch Magazine
USDA. Agricultural Research Service.
AgResearch (formerly called Agricultural Research) is an online digital monthly publication that will highlight short features on the scientific research discoveries occurring at all of ARS' research laboratories across the Nation and abroad. AgResearch launched in April 2015 and replaces the print edition of the agency’s Agricultural Research magazine, which debuted in 1953 and published its last printed issue in 2013. The new online design is geared toward enhancing the digital/mobile user's experience and offers additional resources such as project information, publications, and other valuable background information for readers interested in delving more deeply into the science.
- ARS Research to Combat Invasive Species (DOC | 115 KB)
Global Invasions Research Coordination Network
Global Invasions Research Coordination Network.
International network of scientists supported by the
Science Foundation addressing the ecological
and evolutionary causes of biological invasions.
Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center - Invasive Species
DOI. United States Geological Survey.
Invasive Species Program - Research and Publications
USDA. Forest Service.
Species Research (PDF | 313 KB)
Eastern Region. Leetown Science Center.
DOI. USGS. Western Ecological Research Center.
Invasive Species Research Group
DOI. USGS. Fort Collins Science Center. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory.
Invasive Species Team in Hawaii
USDA. FS. Pacific Southwest Research Station. Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry.
Invasive Species Science
DOI. USGS. Fort Collins Science Center.
Species Working Group: Research Summary and Expertise
Directory (Dec 2009)
Rocky Mountain Research Station.
Rocky Mountain Research Station personnel have scientific expertise in widely
ranging disciplines and conduct multidisciplinary research on invasive species
issues with emphasis in terrestrial and aquatic habitats throughout the Interior
West, Great Plains, and related areas. RMRS invasive species research covers
an array of diverse ecological and environmental gradients, from southwestern
deserts to northern temperate rain forests and from low-elevation plains and
basins to alpine summits.
Collaborative project between Federal Agencies and Universities researchers.
Provides a perspective that considers urban areas as hubs of human-mediated
invasions in natural and managed ecosystems and provides resources to enhance
our understanding of the role of international trade in the dissemination of
invasive species. Contains maps of hot spots for human-mediated invasions where
early detection strategies could be implemented.
Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council.
National Institute of
Invasive Species Science and Publications
DOI. USGS. Fort Collins Science Center.
DOI. USGS. Wetland and Aquatic Research Center.
of Research on the Economics of Invasive Species
Management: Fiscal 2003-2011 Activities (May 2011)
Economic Research Service.
This report details the objectives and activities of PREISM and reports important accomplishments for fiscal years 2003-2011. Included are descriptions of the extramural research program and all funded projects, and a list of project outputs.
Report from Invasive Species Work
National Agricultural Research, Extension, Education,
and Economics Advisory Board (NAREEEAB).
At the Nov 2008 general meeting of the National Agricultural Research, Extension,
Education and Economics Advisory Board (the Board), a focus session was held
on the subject of Invasive Species. During this session, REE Mission
Area staff as well as Land Grant University and stakeholder experts updated the
Board with respect to current major research needs and other issues associated
with invasive species management and control. From these presentations and the
discussion that followed this focus session, the Board has summarized its observations
and prepared comments for the USDA to
Grants Awarded for Invasive Species Research (Oct 11,
Environmental Protection Agency.
Research grants totaling more than $3.5 million have been awarded to seven universities
and one nonprofit agency to study invasive species in the United States.