The role of bioclimatic origin, residence time and habitat context in shaping non-native plant distributions along an altitudinal gradient

@article{Haider2010TheRO,
  title={The role of bioclimatic origin, residence time and habitat context in shaping non-native plant distributions along an altitudinal gradient},
  author={Sylvia Haider and Jake M Alexander and Hansj{\"o}rg Dietz and Ludwig Trepl and Peter J. Edwards and Christoph Kueffer},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={4003-4018}
}
An important factor influencing whether or not a non-native plant species becomes invasive is the climate in the area of introduction. To become naturalised in the new range, a species must either be climatically pre-adapted (climate matching), have a high phenotypic plasticity, or be able to adapt genetically, which in the latter case may take many generations. Furthermore, patterns of successful establishment across species might vary with habitat context. To address the interaction of these… CONTINUE READING
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