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Predicting invasion winners and losers under climate change

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Invasive plant species are human-introduced, nonnative, and damaging. They can restructure natural habitats, change community composition, disrupt food webs, and degrade ecosystem services. Global climatic changes are often thought to exacerbate invasions (1), but no consensus exists over the generality of this phenomenon (2). As a consequence, anticipating areas of high invasion risk or decreased impact in the future is still uncertain. By combining experimental biogeography with demographic models, Merow et al. (3) develop climate driven process-based models to predict population growth or decline under current and future climate scenarios for two established and damaging invasive plant species in New England, United States. They find that one invasive species will likely perform better, whereas the other will do worse in areas that are currently occupied.

作 者:Buckley Yvonne M.,Csergo, Anna M.
期刊名称: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
期卷页: 04/18/2017 第114卷 第16期 4040~4041页
学科领域:生命科学 » 生态学 » 全球变化生态学
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原文链接:http://www.pnas.org/content/114/16/4040
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1703510114
ISBN: 0027-8424
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