Global Environmental Change: Introduced Speciesby: NSTA Press and Environmental Protection Agency

NSTA Press Book (also see downloadable pdf version of this book)

Human activity has introduced species to ecosystems around the globe. Some species are benign or even beneficial; others, like zebra mussels, fire ants, and water hyacinths, are causing native species extinctions and damage to human systems. Can we balance human systems with natural processes? Seven activities—using pillbugs, the school grounds, species dispersal maps, and introductory genetics—provide students with the skills they need to address this important global question.

Introduced Species is one of four books in NSTA Press's Global Environmental Change series, a joint project of NSTA Press and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The other books in the series are Deforestation, Biodiversity, and Carrying Capacity.

Grades
  • High
Publication Date
1/1/1998

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