Representing uncertainty in a spatial invasion model that incorporates human-mediated dispersal

@inproceedings{Koch2013RepresentingUI,
  title={Representing uncertainty in a spatial invasion model that incorporates human-mediated dispersal},
  author={Frank H. Koch and Denys Yemshanov and Robert A. Haack},
  year={2013}
}
Most modes of human-mediated dispersal of invasive species are directional and vector-based. Classical spatial spread models usually depend on probabilistic dispersal kernels that emphasize distance over direction and have limited ability to depict rare but influential long-distance dispersal events. These aspects are problematic if such models are used to estimate invasion risk. Alternatively, a geographic network model may be better at estimating the typically low likelihoods associated with… CONTINUE READING
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