Modeling the relationship between propagule pressure and invasion risk to inform policy and management.

@article{Wonham2013ModelingTR,
  title={Modeling the relationship between propagule pressure and invasion risk to inform policy and management.},
  author={Marjorie J. Wonham and James E Byers and Edwin D Grosholz and Brian Leung},
  journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={23 7},
  pages={
          1691-706
        }
}
Predicting population establishment based on initial population size is a theoretically and empirically challenging problem whose resolution informs a multitude of applications. Indeed, it is a central problem in the management of introduced, endangered, harvested, and pathogenic organisms. We focus here on introduced species. We synthesize the current state of modeling in this predictive enterprise and outline future directions in the application of these models to developing regulations… CONTINUE READING

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