US Long-Term Ecological Research Network
Species invasions and deletions: community effects and responses to climate and habitat change
Abstract
A review of current generalizations about invasions in terrestrial and aquatic habitats is presented, including models of invasion and their accuracy (notably verbal and statistical models), the percentage of colonists which become invaders, the cause of failure of colonists, the percentage of colonists which have an impact on a native community, the accuracy of components of the verbal model and the ability of models to predict the success and impact of invasions. An alternative perspective on invasions is also discussed and aquatic case studies (notably fishes in northern temperate lakes, the North American great lakes and crayfish dispersal in lakes) are presented.
Year of Publication
1993
Number of Pages
376-387
Publisher
Sinauer Associates, Inc.
Place Published
Sunderland, Massachusetts
ISBN Number
730000TL1631
Citation Key
bibcite_1069
URL
https://www.cabdirect.org/cabdirect/abstract/19932340065