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How Some Invasive Organisms Get to the USA
May 15, 2013 | Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times has an article about how some invasive organisms get to the United States by hitching a ride on container ships.


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Links Between Tectonics and Invasive Species
September 12, 2013 | Ohio University
A new study from Ohio University investigates links between Appalachian tectonics and how invasive species disrupted the Ordovician fossil record of what is now eastern North America.

A Scientist’s Life
April 13, 2014 | Scripps
Scripps Institution of Oceanography features Lihini Aluwihare: "In my field I’m called an organic geochemist. In a very basic sense, I’m using molecules to tell a story about the processes on Earth that involve organisms. If you think about the number of different molecules that are on Earth most of them are organic, meaning they were made by organisms. My interest lies in trying to understand those molecules and what their structure tells us about the processes that have acted on them."

Crazy Ants Invade the USA
May 21, 2013 | The University of Texas at Austin
"Invasive “crazy ants” are displacing fire ants in areas across the southeastern United States. [...] It’s the latest in a history of ant invasions from the southern hemisphere and may prove to have dramatic effects on the ecosystem of the region." Quoted from The University of Texas at Austin press release.


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