6 results for Tamarix sp. (tamarisk)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4446 Tamarix sp. Competition Anecdotal N/A Tamarix overgrows and replaces native vegetation in the American west. 10024
4447 Tamarix sp. Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A Tamarix overgrows and replaces native vegetation in the American west. 10024
4464 Tamarix sp. Competition Anecdotal N/A Tamarix overgrows and replaces native vegetation in Colorado. 10514
4465 Tamarix sp. Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A Tamarix overgrows and replaces native vegetation in Colorado. 10514
4466 Tamarix sp. Aquaculture/Agriculture Anecdotal N/A It is noted that historically, early in its introduction to the United States, Tamarix... 36372
4467 Tamarix sp. Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A Tamarix species are substantial water consumers, known to remove significant amounts of water to... 36374

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