Pattern , Process , and Prediction in Marine Invasion Ecology

@inproceedings{Carlton2006PatternP,
  title={Pattern , Process , and Prediction in Marine Invasion Ecology},
  author={James T Carlton},
  year={2006}
}
Invasions frequently continue long after dispersal corridors have been well established. Six interrelated processes (changes in donor regions, new donor regions, changes in recipient region, invasion windows, stochastic inoculation events, and dispersal vector changes) are examined to explain this phenomenon. The combination of these processes makes it difficult to forge a list of species from potential donor regions that will never become successful invaders and, by extension, to thus define… CONTINUE READING
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