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IGERT: Risk Analysis for Introduced Species and Genotypes

University of Minnesota at Twin Cities

Abstract

Recognizing the seriousness of consequences of both accidental and deliberate biotic introductions, this Integrative Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) award promotes the development of the scientific basis of decision-making about introductions of new species and genotypes, including how to prevent future detrimental introductions, and how to control harmful organisms… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Identifying potential adverse environmental effects of genetically engineered insects Showcase Highlight 12/02/13
Impact of free-ranging domestic cats on wildlife of the United States Showcase Highlight 12/02/13
Outreach to Girl Scouts Showcase Highlight 12/18/12
Risk assessment of the introduction of Nile tilapia to the Solomon Islands Showcase Highlight 11/21/11
Conceptual Models for Ecological Risk Assessment and Risk Management: Investigating a potential Nile tilapia introduction NSF IGERT 2011 Online Poster Competition Poster 05/05/11
Conceptual Models for Ecological Risk Assessment and Risk Management: Investigating a potential Nile tilapia introduction Library Student research 02/26/11
Co-sponsorship of GM Wild Rice Symposium and authorship of whitepaper Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Trainees collaborate with CBD in Montreal Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Conundrums of a complex vector for invasive species control: a detailed examination of the horticultural industry Library Faculty research, Student research 10/26/10
Trainees present at professional meetings Showcase Achievement 10/13/10