Invasive Weeds Threaten Ireland’s Waterways as Warming Temperatures Set Stage for More Growth

Nature World: Rising global temperatures threaten to cause a resurgence of invasive water weeds that will threaten biodiversity and hamper tourism in Europe, according to a new study. Queen's University Belfast researchers report that a number of invasive weeds which have previously been killed off due to lower winter temperatures will thrive as global temperature increases. Writing in the journal Diversity and Distributions, the researchers predict that over the next 70 years these invasive water weeds......

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