Invasive Plant Species in the National Parks of Vietnam

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Bernard Dell; Pham Quang Thu; Dang Thanh Tan; (2012)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
  • Journal: Forests (issn: 1999-4907)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/f3040997
  • Subject: QK900-989 | biological invasion | Plant ecology | exotic weeds | Vietnam | forests | national parks

The impact of invasive plant species in national parks and forests in Vietnam is undocumented and management plans have yet to be developed. Ten national parks, ranging from uncut to degraded forests located throughout Vietnam, were surveyed for invasive plant species. ... View more
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