Life after establishment: factors structuring the success of a mountain invader away from disturbed roadsides

@article{Pollnac2013LifeAE,
  title={Life after establishment: factors structuring the success of a mountain invader away from disturbed roadsides},
  author={Fredric W. Pollnac and Lisa J. Rew},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2013},
  volume={16},
  pages={1689-1698}
}
Climate change and increased anthropogenic activity may both alter the current ranges of non-native plant species in mountainous areas, and could result in increased success of such species at higher elevations in the future. However, the course that management should take is often unclear due to a lack of information about the dynamics of how successful mountain invaders spread away from roadsides. The goals of this study were to determine if patterns of growth of a successful mountain invader… CONTINUE READING