Biological Invasions Belowground: Earthworms as Invasive by Paul F. Hendrix

By Paul F. Hendrix

The papers during this booklet are in accordance with efforts through a global team of soil ecologists to evaluate the organic and ecological mechanisms of earthworm invasions. They learn their geographic volume and affects on terrestrial ecosystems, and attainable ability in which earthworm invasions could be mitigated. The booklet broadens the dialogue on invasion biology and ecology to belowground systems.

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