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|Balanced Approach to Surveillance Reduces the Costs of Invasive Species Detection and Control|
New planning tool helps organizations make decisions on where and how much money to spend on invasive pests detection programs
|Cost of Potential Emerald Ash Borer Damage to United States Communities for 2009-2019|
Emerald ash borer (EAB), a nonnative invasive bark boring beetle discovered near Detroit, MI, and Windsor, Ontario, in 2002, is now found in fou ...
|Feedbacks Through the Land Market Affect Success of Open Space Conservation Policy|
A new planning tool helps decide which land parcels to save
|Resource Management and Use|
Wildlife and Fish
|Non-native Forest Pathogens Cost Homeowners Millions of Dollars Annually|
Two big killers of residential trees--the oak wilt pathogen in the East and the sudden oak death (SOD) pathogen in the West cost homeowners mill ...
Resource Management and Use