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dr bradley rewrite - Emily Leung Guest Lecture #1 October...

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Emily Leung Guest Lecture #1 October 26 th , 2010 The guest lecturer, Dr. Bethany Bradley, gave an exceptional talk on climate changes and invasive species. The lecture was well presented and very organized. I would definitely recommend the lecture to friends and family because I believe that Dr. Bradley was great at explaining the material, used great examples and visuals, and managed to get class participation. During the lecture, I thought that the material covered was detailed and to the point. An example is within the first couple of slides in the slide show; Dr. Bradley asked, “What is an invasive species?” Following that question were four detailed bullet points explaining that invasive species are non-native, produce negative ecological and economical effects, become naturalized, and spread away from the initial establishment site. Providing short and concise bullet points about the main subject was very useful in terms of understanding this material. Then she stated that around $40 billion dollars is spent each year in controlling invasive species.
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