Request For Information

Cameron Laird cl at lgc.com
Mon Sep 16 08:22:48 EST 1991


In article <3845 at odin.cs.hw.ac.uk> frankl at cs.hw.ac.uk (Frank Leake) writes:
>I'm a bit out of my depth here (i'm a comp sci) but for my dissertation
>i'm looking for information about non-indigeneous(sp?) organisms being
>introduced into an environment where they experience explosive growth.
>For instance the american grey-squirrel in England now by far outnumbers
>the natural red one. Preferably examples where the new organism spreads
>in just a few generations.
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Check out the references in "When Biotas Meet:  Understanding
Biotic Interchange", pages 1099-1104 of volume 253 of *Science*
(6 September 1991).
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