Invasive Species

Thanks for the references: Leah Gibbs; Nigel Clark; Filippo Celata; Hayden Lorimer; Matthew Rippon; Tamsin Davies; Chris Bear; Daniel Whittall; Lorraine Van Blerk; Beth Greenhough.

  • Barker, K (2008)    Flexible boundaries in biosecurity: accommodating gorse in Aotearoa New Zealand, Environment and Planning A  volume 40, pages 1598 – 1614
  • JONAH H. PERETTI, Nativism and Nature: Rethinking Biological Invasion, Environmental Values 7 (1998): 183-92
  • Clark, N (2002) `The Demon-Seed: Bioinvasion as the Unsettling of Environmental Cosmopolitanism’, Theory Culture & Society  19 (1-2) pp 101-126.
  • Warren, C.R., 2007. Perspectives on the ‘alien’ versus ‘native’ species debate: a critique of concepts, language and practice. Progress in Human Geography, 31 (4), 427-446.
  • Richardson, D.M. et al., 2008. Biological invasions. The widening debate: a response to Charles Warren. Progress in Human Geography, 32 (2), 295-298.
  •  Zimmerer, K.S., 2009. Biodiversity. In: N. Castree et al., eds. A  companion to environmental geography. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 50-65.
  • David Matless has written on the coypu in East Anglia (see chapter in Philo and Wilbert, eds. Beastly places, animal spaces).

 

  • Peter Coates (2007) American Perceptions of Immigrant and Invasive Species

 

  • Jacob Cartwright and Nick Jordan (2008?) Alien Invaders: A Guide to Non-Native Species of the Britisher Isles
  • Smout, T. Chris ( 2003) ‘The Alien Species in 20th-Century Britain: Constructing a New Vermin’, Landscape Research.
  •  Christopher Preston 2009 Progress in Human Geography
  • Pyrs Gruffudd on the  possum in New Zealand, chapter in ‘Human and Other Animals: Critical Perspectives’ edited by B. Carter and N. Charles.
  • Eden, S. and Bear, C. (2011), Models of equilibrium, natural agency and environmental change: lay ecologies in UK recreational angling. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 36: 393–407
  • Richardson, D.M.; Pyšek, P.; Simberloff, D.; Rejmánek, M. and Mader, A.D. (2008) Biological invasions – the widening debate: a response to Charles Warren. Progress in Human Geography 32 (2), 295-298.
  • Warren, C.R. (2007) Perspectives on the ‘alien’ versus ‘native’ species debate: a critique of concepts, language and practice. Progress in Human Geography 31 (4), 427-446.
  • Warren, C.R. (2008) Alien concepts: a response to Richardson et al. Progress in Human Geography 32 (2), 299-300.
  • Richardson, D.M.& Pyšek, P. (2006) Plant invasions: merging the concepts of species invasiveness and community invasability. Progress in Physical Geography 30 (4), 409-431.
  • Barker, Kezia (2010) Biosecure citizenship: politicising symbiotic associations and the construction of biological threat. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 (3), pp. 350-363. ISSN 0020-2754.
  • Clark, Nigel (2007). Animal interface: the generosity of domestication. In: Cassidy, Rebecca and Mullin, Molly eds. Where the wild things are now: domestication reconsidered. Wenner-Gren International Symposium Series. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers, pp. 49–70.

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  1. You might find this of interest:

    Invasive and Introduced Plants and Animals:
    Human Perceptions, Attitudes and Approaches to Management

    Ian D. Rotherham and Robert A. Lambert (Eds.) Published by Earthscan

    Also lots of articles and published volumes free to download on my website: http://www.ukeconet.co.uk

    Lots of articles also in ECOS.

    Ian

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