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Mary Sue Bowers, natural resources specialist, Coralville Lake, talks to adjacent landowners about oriental bittersweet, an invasive species threatening Iowa’s woodlands.
7/30/2014 9:11:00 AM
Dense hydrilla beds formed along the banks of the Erie Canal, pictured in September 2013. Biologists are concerned about hydrilla spreading to multiple water bodies throughout New York and into the Great Lakes.
7/30/2014 8:53:00 AM
Invasive Air Potatoes
Air potatoes
7/30/2014 8:35:00 AM
The Invasion Curve illustrates that prevention is the most efficient and least costly method of combating invasive species. As a non-native species becomes more established over time, the effort and associated costs of addressing it escalate exponentially. (From the USDA Forest Service 2005 Invasive Plant Environmental Impact Statement)
Invasive Curve
7/30/2014 8:15:00 AM
The Burmese python, one of the five largest snakes in the world, is native to a large variation of tropic and sub-tropic areas of Southern- and Southeast Asia, but is considered an invasive species within Florida and other areas of the U.S.
USACE Invasive Species Leadership Team Poses with Burmese Python
6/20/2014 3:10:00 PM
Impervious disconnection - Runoff sheet flows from parking lot to landscape buffer and infiltration trench at Fort Meade, Maryland.
Impervious Disconnection
12/5/2013 2:48:00 PM
Green roof at Army National Guard Readiness Center, Arlington, Virginia.
Green Roof
12/5/2013 2:48:00 PM
Bioretention in open area between road and building at Fort Lee, Virginia.
Bioretention in Open Area
12/5/2013 2:48:00 PM
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