W. W. Norton & Company: 1998-10-01
With the exception of a few spectacular invasions, like the zebra mussel's conquest of the Great Lakes, there has been little public recognition of the dangers posed by these invading species. But exotic species are injuring our biological wealth on virtually every level -- from the genetic (when exotics interbreed with native species) to the wholesale transformation of landscapes.Life Out of Bounds
shows that this "biological pollution" is now beginning to corrode the world's economies as well. But the policy responses, on both the national and international levels,... View More...