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Emerald Ash Borers

Emerald Ash Borers

Klepeis, Alicia Z.

Series: Invasive Species
Library Bound

Learn why emerald ash borers are considered an invasive species, how they have established themselves in and impacted new ecosystems, and what scientists are doing to combat the problem. An infographic aids understanding, and an activity offers readers an opportunity to extend discovery.

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Copyright: 2023
Size: 9 x 7.5
Pages: 24
Interest Grade: 2-5
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Classification: Nonfiction
GRL: L
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Dewey: 595.76
Language: English
Penworthy Release: 09-2022
ISBN: 9781636907925
Item #: 52429
Onhand Quantity : 93
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Price: $18.95

Key words: Animals, Insects, Beetle, Invasive, Economic Impact, Environment, Activities, Infographics, Glossary, Pogo STEM
Science, Reader, Nonfiction, Jump! Inc.


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