Niche based distribution modelling of an invasive alien plant: effects of population status, propagule pressure and invasion history

@article{Dullinger2009NicheBD,
  title={Niche based distribution modelling of an invasive alien plant: effects of population status, propagule pressure and invasion history},
  author={Stefan Dullinger and Ingrid Kleinbauer and Johannes Peterseil and Manfred Smolik and Franz Essl},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2009},
  volume={11},
  pages={2401-2414}
}
Forecasting the spatial spread of invasive species is important to inform management planning. Niche-based species distribution models offer a well-developed framework for assessing the potential range of species. However, these models assume equilibrium between the species’ distribution and its ecological requirements. During range expansion, invasive species are not in such equilibrium due to both dispersal limitation and frequent casual occurrence in sites unsuitable to persistent… CONTINUE READING
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