Using effect size benchmarks to assess when alien impacts are actually alien

Abstract

Alien predators have on average twice the impact on native prey populations than do native predators, and are a severe threat to wildlife globally. Manipulation experiments can be used to quantify the impact of an alien predator on its prey population/s, but unless the results are compared to benchmarks, it is unclear whether this impact is indeed greater… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep38627

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@inproceedings{Smith2017UsingES, title={Using effect size benchmarks to assess when alien impacts are actually alien}, author={Helen M Smith and Chris R. Dickman and Peter B Banks}, booktitle={Scientific reports}, year={2017} }