Invasive species rise after 9-11

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Invasive species rise after 9-11

By CISR Team | October 21, 2011

Recently CISR Director, Mark Hoddle, was interviewed on the Voice of Russia Radio about new research on invasive species after 9-11. The Associated Press reported hundreds of agricultural scientist who normally conducted inspections for invasive species were redirected to Homeland Security, causing a huge spike of invasive species coming into the US. AP reports its cost the US billions of dollars in cleanup. Follow the link for the interview on this problem.

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