Historical land-use legacy and Cortaderia selloana invasion in the Mediterranean region

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  title={Historical land-use legacy and Cortaderia selloana invasion in the Mediterranean region},
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  year={2005}
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  • Published 2005
Two major components of global change: land-use changes and intentional or accidental species introduction are threatening the conservation of native species worldwide. In particular, Mediterranean coastal areas are highly susceptible to the invasion of alien species and they also have experienced major changes in land use such as agricultural abandonment and urbanization. However, there has been little research done which quantitatively links biological invasions and the components of land-use… CONTINUE READING
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