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Search results for '"Datasheet Type(s)\: Pathway Cause"'
Aquarium trade (pathway cause)
A significant number of invasive aquatic species can be attributed to the aquarium industry and water garden trade and the associated practice...
Pet trade (pathway cause)
This is a datasheet on Pet trade (pathway cause)
Forestry (pathway cause)
A significant proportion of invasive species are trees that were originally introduced internationally for the perceived benefit of...
Crop production (pathway cause)
It has been estimated that over 70% of all invasive, exotic terrestrial plant species in the world were intentionally introduced into the new...
Animal production (pathway cause)
Feral populations of domesticated livestock comprise some of the most invasive species in the world in terms of impact. Goats, sheep, pigs,...
Digestion and excretion (pathway cause)
The digestion and excretion pathway is probably the single most important means for plant dispersal or spread within an area once introduced,...
Hedges and windbreaks (pathway cause)
Most of the incidences of the introduction of plants primarily for hedge/windbreak purposes, and which later became invasive, occurred in the...
Habitat restoration and improvement (pathway cause)
This datasheet was originally commissioned as 'Erosion control/ dune stabilization' to cover the intentional introduction...
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