Towards an integrated research framework and policy agenda on biological invasions in the developing world: a case-study of India.

@article{Khuroo2011TowardsAI,
  title={Towards an integrated research framework and policy agenda on biological invasions in the developing world: a case-study of India.},
  author={Anzar Ahmad Khuroo and Zafar Ahmad Reshi and Irfan Rashid and Ghulam Hassan Dar},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={2011},
  volume={111 7},
  pages={
          999-1006
        }
}
BACKGROUND Scientific literature on biological invasions in the developing world is currently scarce. India, a fast-globalizing country, faces a high risk of biological invasions. However, research and policy efforts on biological invasions in India are presently inadequate. OBJECTIVES To propose an integrated research framework and policy agenda on biological invasions for India. METHODS The framework and agenda, drawn from research insights gained from plant invasion studies in the… CONTINUE READING

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