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Data used for these analyses were published in one of these documents (as indicated by superscripted numbers):
1Gordon, D.R. and C.A. Gantz. 2008. Potential impacts on the horticultural industry of screening new plants for invasiveness. Conservation Letters 1: 227-235.
2Gordon, D.R., D.A. Onderdonk, A.M. Fox, R.K. Stocker, and C. Gantz. 2008. Predicting Invasive Plants in Florida using the Australian Weed Risk Assessment. Invasive Plant Science and Management 1: 178-195.
3Gordon, D.R., K.J. Tancig, D.A. Onderdonk and C.A. Gantz. In press (as of October 2010). Assessing the invasive potential of biofuel species proposed for Florida and the U.S. using the Australian weed risk assessment. Biomass and Bioenergy. doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2010.08.029
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