Invasive plants - Jasper

Invasive plants - Jasper Invasive plants can reduce biodiversity and compromise ecosystem function by out-competing native species, altering nutrient cycling, destabilizing soils and causing erosion, among other impacts. Prevention of colonization by weedy invaders is achieved through rapid restoration and reduced disturbance, both providing an advantage to native species to resist future invasions by non-natives. Jasper National Park monitors non-native species and carry outs control measures where non-native species have the potential to threaten vulnerable habitats and ecosystem in the Park. 2018-07-26 Parks Canada brenda.shepherd@pc.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentJasper National Parkinvasive plants Invasive plants - JasperCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/EfUDYmcjLO1EoK9y-YINjcoB8wamW81yRZ60gRIKg1MS_g?e=MOA64N

Invasive plants can reduce biodiversity and compromise ecosystem function by out-competing native species, altering nutrient cycling, destabilizing soils and causing erosion, among other impacts. Prevention of colonization by weedy invaders is achieved through rapid restoration and reduced disturbance, both providing an advantage to native species to resist future invasions by non-natives. Jasper National Park monitors non-native species and carry outs control measures where non-native species have the potential to threaten vulnerable habitats and ecosystem in the Park.

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