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Global Garlic Mustard Field Survey

The Global Garlic Mustard Field Survey

is facilitated by the

Global Invasions Network




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Description:

The Global Garlic Mustard Field Survey is a collaboration of scientists, students, conservationists, resource managers and 'amateur' scientists. Our goal is to collect high-quality data on the abundance and distribution of garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) in its native (Europe) and introduced (North America) ranges. This sampling protocol is designed to be simple and achieved with just a few hours of work, once populations have been located. It well help to fill an large gap in data on native and introduced plant populations.

 

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Keywords:

Topic - invasive species, garlic mustard

Audience - students, citizen scientists

Location - North America, Europe, Asia

Goals - research, education, conservation

 

Contacts:

Robert Colautti, Research Co-ordinator, North America  email Robert

Oliver Bossdorf, Research Coordinator, Europe  email Oliver

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