Integrated assessment of biological invasions.

  title={Integrated assessment of biological invasions.},
  author={In{\'e}s Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez and Jeffrey M. Diez and Luke P. Miller and Julian D. Olden and Cascade J B Sorte and Dana Michael Blumenthal and Bethany A. Bradley and Carla M. D'Antonio and Jeffrey S Dukes and R Early and Edwin D Grosholz and Joshua J. Lawler},
  journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America},
  volume={24 1},
As the main witnesses of the ecological and economic impacts of invasions on ecosystems around the world, ecologists seek to provide the relevant science that informs managers about the potential for invasion of specific organisms in their region(s) of interest. Yet, the assorted literature that could inform such forecasts is rarely integrated to do so, and further, the diverse nature of the data available complicates synthesis and quantitative prediction. Here we present a set of analytical… CONTINUE READING
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