Downscaling Pest Risk Analyses: Identifying Current and Future Potentially Suitable Habitats for Parthenium hysterophorus with Particular Reference to Europe and North Africa

@inproceedings{Kriticos2015DownscalingPR,
  title={Downscaling Pest Risk Analyses: Identifying Current and Future Potentially Suitable Habitats for Parthenium hysterophorus with Particular Reference to Europe and North Africa},
  author={Darren J. Kriticos and Sarah Brunel and Noboru Ota and Guillaume Fried and Alfons Oude Lansink and F. Dane Panetta and T. V. Ramachandra Prasad and Asad Shabbir and Tuvia Yaacoby and Ben Bond-Lamberty},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Pest Risk Assessments (PRAs) routinely employ climatic niche models to identify endangered areas. Typically, these models consider only climatic factors, ignoring the 'Swiss Cheese' nature of species ranges due to the interplay of climatic and habitat factors. As part of a PRA conducted for the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization, we developed a climatic niche model for Parthenium hysterophorus, explicitly including the effects of irrigation where it was known to be… CONTINUE READING

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