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Default Nature’s Invaders: Exploring the Effects of Invasive Species on Local Ecosystems

Nature’s Invaders: Exploring the Effects of Invasive Species on Local Ecosystems
By Jennifer Cutraro and Catherine Hutchings
New York Times' Learning Network
September 29, 2010, 3:25 pm

Lesson Plan: Exploring the Effects of Invasive Species on Local Ecosystems - NYTimes.com
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Overview | What are invasive species, and how do they affect ecosystems? In this lesson, students learn how an invasive species and a native species experiencing a population explosion may threaten some of the world’s oldest trees, bristlecone pines in the Western United States. They then explore invasive species in their own states and develop a multimedia exhibit meant to educate the public about the health of their local forests.
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