Center for Research on Invasive Species and Small Populations
The Center for Research on Invasive Species and Small Populations (CRISSP) is a cross-disciplinary group of scientists and educators addressing natural and agricultural resource problems. Their emphasis is on ecological issues confronting small or declining populations of native flora and fauna and the spread of invasive species, with special emphasis on understanding the lineages between these threats to native and managed ecosystems in the region.
- Research on the biology of invasive plants, animals and microbes
- Research on small or threatened populations of plants and animals
- Central clearing house for information on small or threatened populations, and invasive species in our region
- Public education and workshops on conservation management of invasive species and small populations