Invasive Aliens : The Plants and Animals From Over There That Are Over Here / Dan Eatherley.
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- ISBN: 9780008262785
- Physical Description: 326 pages : illustrations (nineteenth-century engravings) ; 20 cm
- Edition: William Collins paperback edition.
- Publisher: London [England] : William Collins, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2019
Includes "General Index": pg. -326.
Includes "Further Reading": pg. -300.
Includes "Index of Species": pg. -316.
"A Sunday Times Book of the Year" --Front cover.
"A Telegraph Best Science Book of the Year" --Inside cover.
"First published in Great Britain by William Collins in 2019" --Title page verso.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Prologue -- Ecological Explosions -- First Invaders -- Romans and Normans -- New Worlds, New Invaders -- The Empire Strikes Back -- The Plant Hunters -- Unwanted Hitch-Hikers -- Fur Farm -- Freshwater Invaders -- Underneath the Waves -- Fighting Fire with Fire -- The Future -- Acknowledgements -- Further Reading -- Index of Species -- General Index.
"Britain's countryside is filled with grey squirrels and parakeets, snowdrops and pheasants, rhododendrons and rabbits, none of which are indigenous to Britain. The pace of invasion is now higher than ever before. But non-natives, problematic or peaceful, aren't a modern phenomenon: they've always been with us. From the earliest settlement of our islands and the first experiments with farming, through Roman and medieval times, to the age of exploration by Europeans and current period of globalised free-for-all, the story of invasive species is the story of our own past, present and future."-- Provided by publisher.
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