Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve (GLBA) is located west of
the Alaska state capital, Juneau, and comprises 3.28 million acres
of Southeast Alaska. Invasive species are one of the greatest
threats to the pristine glory of Alaska's national parks. A focus
in 2011 and in future years will be to increase monitoring of
infestations in the most isolated and recently deglaciated
locations in the Park and enhance the control efforts in those
areas. The Alaska Exotic Plant Management Team (EPMT) in GLBA has
been working to prevent the introduction and spread of invasive
plant species and to monitor the presence of invasive animal
species as well. These efforts are detailed in this work.
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