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Economic costs of biological invasions within North America

Abstract : Invasive species can have severe impacts on ecosystems, economies, and human health. Though the economic impacts of invasions provide important foundations for management and policy, up-to-date syntheses of these impacts are lacking. To produce the most comprehensive estimate of invasive species costs within North America (including the Greater Antilles) to date, we synthesized economic impact data from the recently published InvaCost database. Here, we report that invasions have cost the North American
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Robert Crystal-Ornelas, Emma Hudgins, Ross Cuthbert, Phillip Haubrock, Jean Fantle-Lepczyk, et al.. Economic costs of biological invasions within North America. NeoBiota, Pensoft Publishers, 2021, 67, pp.485 - 510. ⟨10.3897/neobiota.67.58038⟩. ⟨hal-03333986⟩

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