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Invasive Plant Management: CIPM Online Textbook

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Note: The Online Textbook was originally posted in 2002. Chapters 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, and 8 were updated in 2007. Publication date indicated in parentheses after author.

Example citation, single chapter:
Maxwell, B.D. 2002. "Inventory." Chapter 4 in CIPM (ed.), Invasive Plant Management: CIPM Online Textbook. Bozeman, MT: Center for Invasive Plant Management. http://www.weedcenter.org/textbook/index.html (accessed Sept. 8, 2008).

Single chapter, no author:
Center for Invasive Plant Management. 2002. "Invasive Plant Prevention," adapted from BLM Guidelines for Coordinated Management of Noxious Weeds. Chapter 10 in Invasive Plant Management: CIPM Online Textbook. Bozeman, MT: Center for Invasive Plant Management. http://www.weedcenter.org/textbook/index.html (accessed Sept. 8, 2008).

Citation for entire book:
Center for Invasive Plant Management. 2002/2007. Invasive Plant Management: CIPM Online Textbook. Bozeman, MT: Center for Invasive Plant Management. http://www.weedcenter.org/textbook/index.html (accessed Sept. 8, 2008).

 


Chapter 1    Invasive Plant Impacts

Susan L. Kelly (2002)


Ecological and Economic Impacts
Resources
References

Chapter 2     Principles of Ecologically Based Adaptive Plant Management

Lisa J. Rew and Bruce M. Maxwell (2007)

Introduction
Definitions
Ecologically Based Weed Management Plan
Literature Cited

Chapter 3    Plant Invasions and Their Management

Steven R. Radosevich (2007)

The Invasion Process
Introduction Phase
Colonization Phase
Naturalization Phase
Environmental Factors Influencing Population Growth Management Based on the Invasion Process
Summary
Literature Cited

Chapter 4    Inventory

Bruce D. Maxwell (2002)

Background
Why Inventory?
Step One
Step Two
References

Chapter 5   A Survey of Non-Indigenous Plant Species in the Northern Range of Yellowstone National Park,

2001-2004

Lisa J. Rew, Bruce D. Maxwell, Richard Aspinall, Tad W. Weaver, and Don G. Despain (2007)


Introduction
Methods
Results
Conclusions
Acknowledgements
References

Chapter 6    Risk Assessment and Decision Making for Invasive Plant Management Planning

Tim Prather (2007)

Introduction
Species-based Approach
Plant Community-based Approach
Combining Plant and Plant Community Characteristics
Risks of Action or Inaction
Tools for Decision Making Summary
Literature Cited

Chapter 7    Monitoring Non-native Plant Populations

Lisa J. Rew and Bruce D. Maxwell (2007)

Introduction
Finding New Colonies
Quantifying Changes in Populations
Monitoring for Impacts
Literature Cited

Chapter 8   Invasive Plant Management: Options and Actions

Jim Jacobs (2007)

Introduction
Management Options
Integrated Pest Management
Successional Theory as a Framework
Adaptive Management
Concept of Scale
Summary
Literature Cited

Chapter 9    Weed Management after Fire

Roger L. Sheley, Kim Goodwin, and

Janet K. Clark (2002)

Weed Management after Fire

Chapter 10  Invasive Plant Prevention

Adapted from USDA Forest Service Guide

to Noxious Weed Prevention Practices

(2002)

Introduction
Invasive Plant Prevention and Lands
Invasive Plant Prevention and Water
Invasive Plant Prevention and Animals
Invasive Plant Prevention and Fire

Chapter 11   Weed Management Areas

Adapted from BLM Guidelines for

Coordinated Management of Noxious

Weeds (2002)

Introduction
How to Organize a WMA
Management Plan and Annual Operating Plan
WMA Resources

Authors
Richard Aspinall, Montana State University
Janet K. Clark, Center for Invasive Plant Management
Don G. Despain, Northern Rocky Mountain Science Ctr
Kim Goodwin, Montana State University
Jim Jacobs, USDA NRCS
Susan Kelly, Montana State University

Bruce D. Maxwell, Montana State University
Tim Prather, University of Idaho
Steven R. Radosevich, Oregon State University
Lisa J. Rew, Montana State University
Roger L. Sheley, USDA ARS
Tad W. Weaver, Montana State University

Partners
Bureau of Land Management
Idaho State University
Montana State University
NSF Center for Integrated Pest Management

Oregon State University
USDA Forest Service
USDA NRCS
University of Idaho