Takeover of invasive species due to climate change : the bush honeysuckle
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With an increase in climate change, invasive species, such as the Bush Honeysuckle, appear in the early spring and remain late into the fall, giving them a competitive advantage over native species of the same ecosystem. Due to climate change, invasive species, such as the Bush Honeysuckle, are becoming more prominent in the Midwest, which will cause a decrease in biodiversity and economic harm to the United States.
Artifacts ; issue 15 (2017)
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