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Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of
Weeds - July 4-14, 1999

Edited by:
Neal RSpencer -
Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, U.S.A., 2000.

Session 12: Negative Economic and Ecological Impacts of Invasive Weeds.

Refereed Papers

Ecological Interactions in the Biological Control of Saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) in the United States: Toward a New Understanding.
     DeLoach C.J., Carruthers R.I., Lovich J.E., Dudley T.L., Smith S.D.

Endemic Biodiversity, Natural Enemies, and the Future of Biological Control.
     Emberson R.M.


Naturalization Patterns of Horticultural Plants in Florida.
     Pemberton R.W.

• A Conservation Biologist’s Perspective on Biocontrol of Weeds.
     Randall J.M.

• Denotes Oral Presentations

USDA Forest ServiceUSDA APHIS PPQ The Bugwood Network University of Georgia is a joint project of The Bugwood Network, USDA Forest Service and USDA APHIS PPQ.
The University of Georgia - Warnell School of Forest Resources and
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences - Dept. of Entomology
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