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Perrings, C., M. Williamson, E. B. Barbier, D. Delfino, S. Dalmazzone, J. Shogren, P. Simmons and A. Watkinson 2002. Biological Invasion Risks and the Public Good: an Economic Perspective. Ecology and Society 6(1):1.
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Gundel, P. E. 2003. Examples Help Demonstrate the Mechanisms Underlying the Development of Solutions. Ecology and Society 7(1):r1.
Monitoring and Enforcement Must Back Any Policy Incentive Pertaining to Invasive Alien Species (IAS) Management
Amatya, P. and N. McCoy 2002. Monitoring and Enforcement Must Back Any Policy Incentive Pertaining to Invasive Alien Species (IAS) Management. Ecology and Society 6(2):r2.
Nuñez, M. 2002. How to Start an International Program to Deal with Invasive Species?. Ecology and Society 6(2):r1.
Chapman, R. 2002. More Globally Coordinated Approach Needed to Control Aliens. Ecology and Society 6(1):r9.
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