Resource allocation for species management. The majority of respondents who managed for non-native species (NNS) allocated less than half their total resources (time, money, labor, etc.) to management and have seen minimal to no change in resource expenditure in the past 5–10 years. Nearly all respondents would increase non-native species management if more resources were available. Error bars represent 95% confidence intervals.

  Part of: Kuebbing SE, Simberloff D (2015) Missing the bandwagon: Nonnative species impacts still concern managers. NeoBiota 25: 73-86.