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Forecasting an invasive species’ distribution with global distribution data, local data, and physiological information

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Jarnevich, C. S., N. E. Young, M. Talbert, and C. Talbert. 2018. Forecasting an invasive species’ distribution with global distribution data, local data, and physiological information. Ecosphere 9(5):e02279. 10.1002/ecs2.2279

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Understanding invasive species distributions and potential invasions often requires broad‐scale information on the environmental tolerances of the species. Further, resource managers are often faced with knowing these broad‐scale relationships as well as nuanced environmental factors related to their landscape that influence where an invasive species occurs and potentially could occur. Using invasive buffelgrass (Cenchrus ciliaris), we developed global models and local models for Saguaro National Park, Arizona, USA, based on location records and literature on physiological tolerances to environmental factors to investigate whether environmental relationships of a species at a global scale are also important at local scales. In addition [...]

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