Stone, C. P., C. W. Smith, and J. T. Tunison (eds.). 1992. Alien plant invasions in native ecosystems of Hawaii: Management and research

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Title Pages, Preface, Acknowledgments, Explanatory Notes, Authors, Table of Contents. Pages v-xv

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Illustrated Plate: Perspectives

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Loope, Lloyd L. An overview of problems with introduced plant species in national parks and biosphere reserves of the United States. Pages 3-28

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Vitousek, Peter M. Effects of alien plants on native ecosystems. Pages 29-41

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Mack, Richard N. Characteristics of invading plant species. Pages 42-46

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LaRosa, Anne Marie, Robert F. Doren and Lance Gunderson. Alien plant management in Everglades National Park: An historical perspective. Pages 47-63

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Halvorson, William L. Alien plants at Channel Islands National Park. Pages 64-96

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Illustrated Plate: Status and Distribution of some Important Alien Plants in Hawaii

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Wester, Lyndon. Origin and distribution of adventive alien flowering plants in Hawaii. Pages 99-154

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Jacobi, James D. and Fredrick R. Warshauer. Distribution of six alien plant species in upland habitats on the island of Hawaii. Pages 155-188

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Herbst, Derral R. and Warren L. Wagner. Alien plants on the northwestern Hawaiian islands. Pages 189-224

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Whiteaker, Louis D. and Donald E. Gardener. Firetree (Myrica faya) distribution in Hawaii. Pages 225-240

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Smith, Clifford W. Distribution, status, phenology, rate of spread, and management of Clidemia in Hawaii. Pages 241-253

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Juvik, James O. and Sonia P. Juvik. Mullein (Verbascum thapsus): The spread and adaptation of a temperate weed in the montane tropics. Pages 254-270

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LaRosa, Anne Marie. The status of banana poka in Hawaii. Pages 271-299

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Anderson, Stephen J., Charles P. Stone and Paul K. Higashino. Distribution and spread of alien plants in Kipahulu Valley, Haleakala National Park, above 2,300 feet elevation. Pages 300-338

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Illustrated Plate: Physical and Chemical Control

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Santos, Gregory L., Dina Kageler, Donald E. Gardner, Linda W. Cuddihy and Charles P. Stone. Herbicidal control of selected alien plant species in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Pages 341-375

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Tunison, Timothy J. Fountain grass control in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Management considerations and strategies. Pages 376-393

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Smith, Clifford W. and Timothy J. Tunison. Fire and alien plants in Hawaii: Research and management implications for native ecosystems. Pages 394-408

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Illustrated Plate: Biological Control

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Davis, Clifton J., Ernest Yoshioka and Dina Kageler. Biological control of Lantana, prickly pear and Hamakua Pamakani in Hawaii: Review and update. Pages 411-431

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Gardner, Donald E. Plant pathogens as biocontrol agents in native Hawaiian ecosystems. Pages 432-451

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Nakahara, Larry M., Robert M. Burkhart and George Y. Funaski. Review and status of biological control of Clidemia in Hawaii. Pages 452-465

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Markin, George P., Po-Yung Lai and George Y. Funasaki. Status of biological control of weeds in Hawaii and implications for managing native ecosystems. Pages 466-482

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Illustrated Plate: Agency, organization and landowner approaches

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Tunison, J. Timothy. Alien plant control strategies in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Pages 485-505

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Tunison, J. Timothy and Nicholas G. Zimmer. Success in controlling localized alien plants in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Pages 506-524.

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Holt, R. Alan. Control of alien plants on Nature Conservancy preserves. Pages 525-535

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Tanimoto, Victor M. and Winona P. Char. Alien plant control on state lands including natural areas. Pages 536-550

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Loope, Lloyd L., Ronald J. Nagata and Arthur C, Medeiros. Alien Plants in Haleakala National Park. Pages 551-576

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Tulang, Mike. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's rural development approach to alien plant control in Hawaii: A case study. Pages 577-583

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Bredhoff, Carl Soot. Introduced plant control on private lands in Hawaii. Pages 584-588

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Spoehr, Hardy. Public/private sector partnerships to preserve native ecosystems -- the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands experience. Pages 589-593

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Illustrated Plate: Introduced Plants in the Absence of Ungulates

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Merlin, Mark D. and James O. Juvik. Relationships among native and alien plants on Pacific islands with and without significant human disturbance and feral ungulates. Pages 597-624

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Scowcroft, Paul G. and C. Eugene Conrad. Alien and native plant response to release from feral sheep browsing on Mauna Kea. Pages 625-665

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Stone, Charles P., Linda W. Cuddihy and J. Timothy Tunison. Responses of Hawaiian ecosystems to removal of feral pigs and goats. Pages 666-704

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Illustrated Plate: Choosing Which Plants to Introduce

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Higa, Stan. Plant importation rules and regulations. Pages 707-711

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Yee, Rylan S. N. and Wayne C. Gagne'. Activities and needs of the horticulture industry in relation to alien plant problems in Hawaii. Pages 712-725

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Osgood, Robert V. and Robert D. Wiemer. Plant introduction needs of the Hawaiian sugar industry. Pages 726-731

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Cran, Gordon and Ken Dillingham. Choosing plant introductions: Needs of grazers. Pages 732-735

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Illustrated Plate: Choosing Which Plants to Control in Native Ecosystems

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Mack, Richard M. and Michael E. Moody. Modeling to predict the fate of invading plants. Pages 739-742

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Bridges, Kent W. Rule-based decision making: A way to determine which alien species to control. Pages 743-751

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Taylor, Dan. Controlling weeds in natural areas in Hawaii: A manager's perspective. Pages 752-756

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Markin, George P. and Ernest Yoshioka. Evaluating proposed biological control programs for introduced plants. Pages 757-778

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Illustrated Plate: Ecosystem Approaches, Education, and Community Involvement

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Tunison, J. Timothy and Charles P. Stone. Special Ecological Areas: An approach to alien plant control in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Pages 781-798

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Stone, Charles P. Environmental education in Hawaii: History and overview. Pages 799-806

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Hawkins, John W. Environmental education in the schools. Pages 807-812

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Tunison, J. Timothy and Edwin T. Misaki. The use of volunteers for alien plant control at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and The Nature Conservancy's Kamakou preserve. Pages 813-818

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Illustrated Plate: In Conclusion...

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Tunison, J. Timothy, Clifford W. Smith and Charles P. Stone. Alien plant management in Hawaii: Conclusions. Pages 821-833

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Illustrated Plate: Index

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Index. Pages 837-887

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