Long term pre-invasion records provide an essential baseline for understanding invasive species effects, which can have profound consequences for ecosystems and society. In a key example, the spiny water flea invaded Lake Mendota, leading to massive declines in water quality and a loss in ecosystem services valued at $140 million.
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