Invasive alien plant species dynamics in the Himalayan region under climate change

@article{Lamsal2018InvasiveAP,
  title={Invasive alien plant species dynamics in the Himalayan region under climate change},
  author={Pramod Lamsal and Lalit Kumar and Achyut Aryal and Kishor Atreya},
  journal={Ambio},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={697-710}
}
Climate change will impact the dynamics of invasive alien plant species (IAPS). However, the ability of IAPS under changing climate to invade mountain ecosystems, particularly the Himalayan region, is less known. This study investigates the current and future habitat of five IAPS of the Himalayan region using MaxEnt and two representative concentration pathways (RCPs). Two invasive species, Ageratum conyzoides and Parthenium hysterophorus, will lose overall suitable area by 2070, while… CONTINUE READING
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