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Invasive Species, Agriculture and Trade: Case Studies from the NAFTA Context

@inproceedings{Perrault2003InvasiveSA,
  title={Invasive Species, Agriculture and Trade: Case Studies from the NAFTA Context},
  author={A. Perrault and M. Bennett and S. Burgiel and A. Delach and Carroll Muffett},
  year={2003}
}
This paper examines the interrelation of invasive species, agriculture, and international trade, and highlights future areas for research and policy development. The analysis focuses on both the intra-continental level and the inter-continental level. In the first instance, it considers the species introduction that has occurred as a result of trade among Canada, Mexico and the US In the second, it examines introductions that have occurred as a result of trade between NAFTA and non-NAFTA… Expand
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