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Matching invasive species to invaded environments using, climate, habitat and phylogeny
(Lincoln University, 2016-11-28)
Biological invasions have noticeably accelerated with increases in global trade, and international travel. While many non-native species cause changes in both managed and natural ecosystems, and pose a major threat to ...
Climatic limitation of alien weeds in New Zealand: enhancing species distribution models with field data
(Lincoln University, 2016)
Correlative species distribution models (SDMs) are often used to quantify the potential ranges of alien species. Despite rising popularity, there is ongoing debate surrounding whether SDMs can predict non-equilibrium ...