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- 1Biological invasions
- 1Cercopagis pengoi
Effect of fluctuating temperature and propagule flow on invasibility of global marine habitats and species distributionDownload
Invasive colonizers propagated through human-mediated vectors are bio-homogenizing the world’s oceans and impacting the ecological structures and functions. Where do they come from, and where do they go? What bio-physical mechanisms drive them to do what they do? Can we control the human-mediated...
Aim Predictions of spread of non-indigenous species allow for greater efficiency in managing invasions by targeting areas for preventative measures. The invasion sequence is a useful concept in predictions of spread, as it allows us to test hypotheses about the transport and establishment of...
The process of nonindigenous species (NIS) arrival has received limited theoretical consideration despite importance in predicting and preventing the establishment of NIS. We formulate a mechanistically based hierarchical model of NIS arrival and demonstrate simplifications leading to a marginal...