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Shipping containers are stacked like Legos. From all over the world, they have arrived at the Garden City Terminal, at the Port of Savannah in Georgia. About a third of the plant species growing there are also from around the world – they are non-native. Some are new to Georgia and the U.S. altogether. That’s a remarkably high proportion of non-native species, according to a recent study led by USDA Forest Service research ecologist Rima Lucardi.
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Aragon, Amanda ; Johnson Gaither, Cassandra ; Madden, Marguerite ; Goodrick, Scott
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Blackmon IV, James H.; Taylor, Melanie K.; Carrera-Martinez, Roberto ; Snyder, Bruce A.; Callaham Jr., Mac A.
- Photo guide for estimating fuel loading in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
Coates, T. Adam; Waldrop, Thomas A.; Hutchinson, Todd F.; Mohr, Helen H.
- Maximizing the monitoring of diversity for management activities: Additive partitioning of plant species diversity across a frequently burned ecosystem
Dell, Jane E.; Pokswinski, Scott M.; Richards, Lora A.; Hiers, J. Kevin; Williams, Brett ; O’Brien, Joseph J.; Loudermilk, E. Louise; Hudak, Andrew T.; Dyer, Lee A.
- Interaction diversity maintains resiliency in a frequently disturbed ecosystem
Dell, Jane E.; Salcido, Danielle M.; Lumpkin, Will ; Richards, Lora A.; Pokswinski, Scott M.; Loudermilk, E. Louise; O'Brien, Joseph J.; Dyer, Lee A.