Terrestrial Monitoring Protocol: Exotic and Invasive Plants
In general, there is very limited information available on most exotic plants, with the exception of some agricultural pest species that have been the subject of long-term control efforts. Biological monitoring, the activity of recording specific information about a species in a consistent manner over time, provides data that lead to a better understanding of exotic species and contribute towards their more effective management. This guide to monitoring non-indigenous vascular plants has been prepared primarily as a means of encouraging naturalists, young and old, to participate in some form of observation and recording of data on exotics and invasive plants within their local area or region.
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Author: Erich Haber
Language of Document: Separate English/French
Document Type: Guide
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