Modelling invasion for a habitat generalist and a specialist plant species

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  title={Modelling invasion for a habitat generalist and a specialist plant species},
  author={Paul Evangelista and Sunil Kumar and Thomas J. Stohlgren and Catherine S. Jarnevich and Alycia W. Crall and J. Blake Norman and David T. Barnett}
}
Predicting suitable habitat and the potential distribution of invasive species is a high priority for resource managers and systems ecologists. Most models are designed to identify habitat characteristics that define the ecological niche of a species with little consideration to individual species' traits. We tested five commonly used modelling methods on two invasive plant species, the habitat generalist Bromus tectorum and habitat specialist Tamarix chinensis , to compare model performances… CONTINUE READING
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