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Title: Biological Invasions in the Hudson River Basin 
Link to PDF: http://purl.org/net/nysl/nysdocs/39281672
Series: Circular No. 57
Authors: Scheuerell, M.S., and E.L. Mills.
Publish Year: 1998  NYSM ID: C.57 
Page-Plate-Fig: 51 pp., 7 figs., 3 tbls.
Category: Biological
Disiplines: General Biology
Price: $10.95  
SKU:   ISBN: 1555572073 
UPC:   ISSN: 1052-2018 
Purchase: Amazon      
Keywords: Hudson River, Invasive species 
Description: The Hudson River is the most studied freshwater drainage in North America. It supports a diverse community of freshwater, estuarine and marine species. Exotic species constitute one of the most serious threats to indigenous biota-including that of the Hudson River. This volume examines the history of introductions in the basin, presents information on over 100 species of animals and plants, and reviews the problems associated with introductions. Bibliography is extensive. 
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