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Examining the colonization process of exotic species varying in competitive abilities using a cellular automaton model

Ken Arii, Lael Parrott
2006 Ecological Modelling  
Using a two-species cellular automaton model, we demonstrate that 1) there is a threshold level of competitive ability that is required for the exotic species to successfully establish in a new landscape  ...  In our study, we take a step back from focusing on these high-impact invasive species, and examine the general colonization (invasion) process of exotic species that have various "competitive abilities  ...  Acknowledgements Funding for this research was provided by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) operational grant awarded to Lael Parrott and Groupe de recherche en écologie  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2006.05.032 fatcat:rdnevcidijh7doqfl5na2422ay

Invasion in a heterogeneous world: resistance, coexistence or hostile takeover?

Brett A. Melbourne, Howard V. Cornell, Kendi F. Davies, Christopher J. Dugaw, Sarah Elmendorf, Amy L. Freestone, Richard J Hall, Susan Harrison, Alan Hastings, Matt Holland, Marcel Holyoak, John Lambrinos (+2 others)
2006 Ecology Letters  
, and the impacts on the community following invasion.  ...  For each of three major kinds of environmental heterogeneity (temporal, spatial and invader-driven), we find evidence that heterogeneity is critical to the invasibility of the community, the rate of spread  ...  Not surprisingly, competition can slow down the rate of spread of a competitor, and competitive models can have nonlinear spread rates (Hosono 1998) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2006.00987.x pmid:17204119 fatcat:vdsoq6ivy5ap3fo2oaafv5nye4

Darwin's naturalization conundrum: dissecting taxonomic patterns of species invasions

Jeffrey M. Diez, Jon J. Sullivan, Philip E. Hulme, Grant Edwards, Richard P. Duncan
2008 Ecology Letters  
Using data on the naturalization and abundance of exotic plants in the Auckland region, we show how different expectations can be accommodated through attention to scale, assumptions about niche overlap  ...  Letter Taxonomic patterns of species invasions 675 Ó 2008 Blackwell Publishing  ...  It is intuitive that interactions between exotic and resident native species may influence the outcome of species invasions.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2008.01178.x pmid:18400019 fatcat:xf4djwn5ozalbmnlcksomejgyy

A conceptual ecological model to facilitate understanding the role of invasive species in large-scale ecosystem restoration

Robert F. Doren, Jennifer H. Richards, John C. Volin
2009 Ecological Indicators  
We wish to thank the individual scientists who participated in our workshops and in discussions that provided ideas and insights to the development of this model.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Greg May, the Executive Director of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force, and Rock Salt, Co-chair of the Science Coordination Group, for their support  ...  interactions change because the presence of the invasive species alters ecosystem patterns and processes on a large-scale.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2008.06.007 fatcat:hbkwzyg5tjanpfihzur6quveeq

Management of plant invasions mediated by frugivore interactions

2006 Journal of Applied Ecology  
the native frugivore, especially where other threats such as habitat destruction have reduced populations of native fruit species. 6. Synthesis and applications .  ...  Development of functional groups of frugivore-dispersed invasive plants and dispersers will enable us to develop predictions for novel dispersal interactions at both population and community scales.  ...  Thanks to Don Butler, Wendy Neilan and Cath Moran for helpful discussions and comments and the organisers of the Fourth International Symposium on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2006.01210.x fatcat:4lrgjciwfvhmrexg7i4s32oxge

Habitat filtering by landscape and local forest composition in native and exotic New Zealand birds

Jean-Yves Barnagaud, Luc Barbaro, Julien Papaïx, Marc Deconchat, Eckehard G. Brockerhoff
2014 Ecology  
We built a Bayesian hierarchical model, contrasting the abundance variations of 10 native and 11 exotic species in 501 point counts spread along landscape and local-scale gradients of forest structure  ...  Untangling the relative influences of environmental filtering and biotic interactions on species coexistence at various spatial scales is a long-held issue in community ecology.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We sincerely thank Olivier Gimenez, Marc Ke´ry, Jens-Christian Svenning, and three anonymous referees for comments on earlier versions of the manuscript; Barbara Hock and Thomas Paul for  ... 
doi:10.1890/13-0791.1 pmid:24649648 fatcat:htqkgrzbnvd2xmiwkmxyomzhqm

Biotic resistance to exotic invasions: its role in forest ecosystems, confounding artifacts, and future directions

Gabriela C. Nunez-Mir, Andrew M. Liebhold, Qinfeng Guo, Eckehard G. Brockerhoff, Insu Jo, Kimberly Ordonez, Songlin Fei
2017 Biological Invasions  
Biotic resistance, the ability of communities to resist exotic invasions, has long attracted interest in the research and management communities.  ...  In this paper, we provide a brief review of the history and mechanisms of the biotic resistance hypothesis, and summarize the central topics and ation of key ecological processes, the attention to various  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the two anonymous reviewers whose comments improved our original manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10530-017-1413-5 fatcat:3tnm4ohlmjad7mbp2tfk6i5nby

Assessing the Risk of Invasive Spread in Fragmented Landscapes

Kimberly A. With
2004 Risk Analysis  
of exotic species.  ...  Assessing the risk of invasive spread in fragmented landscapes ultimately requires understanding the relative effects of landscape structure on processes that contribute to invasive spread-dispersal (successful  ...  Most population models ignore the effect of landscape structure on demography, despite the fact that edge effects (a consequence of landscape fragmentation) may alter species interactions in ways that  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0272-4332.2004.00480.x pmid:15357801 fatcat:sjmdzzqdgngqll4oawqw2g3dnq

Biotic and Abiotic Effects of Human Settlements in the Wildland–Urban Interface

Avi Bar-Massada, Volker C. Radeloff, Susan I. Stewart
2014 BioScience  
The effects of WUI settlements on ecosystems are two tiered, starting with habitat modification and fragmentation and progressing to various diffusion processes in which direct and indirect effects of  ...  Although research on the WUI has been focused on wildfire risk to settlements, we argue here that there is a need to quantify the extent of areas in which human settlements interact with adjoining ecosystems  ...  Acknowledgments We gratefully acknowledge support by the US Forest Service Northern and Rocky Mountains Research Stations and thank Patricia Alexandre, Van Butsic, Sarah Carter, Roger Hammer, Dave Helmers  ... 
doi:10.1093/biosci/biu039 fatcat:wvii3gyxjrcwthweius6ctfhki

The Effect of Nitrogen Deposition on Plant Performance and Community Structure: Is It Life Stage Specific?

Elise M. Tulloss, Mary L. Cadenasso, Lucas C.R. Silva
2016 PLoS ONE  
In particular, if there is a pulse of N deposition during the early growth stage, the naturalized exotic may have a competitive advantage that could result in its spread.  ...  To determine the influence of N deposition on specific systems, however, it is crucial to understand the temporal and spatial patterns of deposition as well as the response to that deposition.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Steven Silva at the UC Davis greenhouse facility, staff at the research sites, and Cadenasso lab undergraduate interns for their help and expertise in setting up and carrying out  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0156685 pmid:27253718 pmcid:PMC4890792 fatcat:uof66rw355bpfakgutpounerny

Testing Basic Ecological, Evolutionary, and Biogeographical Principles Using Invasive Species

Cynthia D. Huebner
2006 Landscape Ecology  
The five chapters in the ecology section focus on species interactions, niche saturation, induced changes in ecosystem processes, extinction, and infectious diseases, emphasizing that invasive species  ...  The authors recognize the importance of the applied and single-species approaches that currently dominate invasion research, but state invasive species provide three unique characteristics that make them  ...  Likewise, Blackburn and Gaston's reminder that humans are perhaps the most detrimental of invaders is timely but focuses on the effects of one interaction (predation) on avian extinction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10980-006-9001-6 fatcat:shthczju6fdjvbhdrqejwxmspy

Effect of propagule pressure on recovery of a California grassland after an extreme disturbance

Loralee Larios, Rebecca J. Aicher, Katharine N. Suding, Andreas Prinzing
2013 Journal of Vegetation Science  
Questions: How is natural regeneration of a patchy landscape affected by within-patch species interactions and among-patch dispersal after an extreme disturbance?  ...  We followed recovery of native and exotic grassland species over time, starting in a record drought year prior to an intense fire, and then for 3 yr with more typical rainfall patterns after the fire.  ...  Hallett for early discussions that aided in development of this manuscript; and three anonymous reviewers for helpful comments on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jvs.12039 fatcat:bpdhuw6egreshmzilazvo5bkne

The Population Biology of Invasive Species

Ann K. Sakai, Fred W. Allendorf, Jodie S. Holt, David M. Lodge, Jane Molofsky, Kimberly A. With, Syndallas Baughman, Robert J. Cabin, Joel E. Cohen, Norman C. Ellstrand, David E. McCauley, Pamela O'Neil (+3 others)
2001 Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics  
Life history studies and demographic models may be valuable for examining the introduction of invasive species and identifying life history stages where management will be most effective.  ...  Evolutionary processes may be key features in determining whether invasive species establish and spread.  ...  Hence, the rate and extent of invasive fronts may depend on the degree and pattern of gene flow among populations of an invasive species as the species spreads from its initial sites of colonization.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.ecolsys.32.081501.114037 fatcat:qoc5sc2mffb2xicnc27luyzjre

Rapid Monitoring of the Abundance and Spread of Exotic Annual Grasses in the Western United States Using Remote Sensing and Machine Learning

Neal J. Pastick, Bruce K. Wylie, Matthew B. Rigge, Devendra Dahal, Stephen P. Boyte, Matthew O. Jones, Brady W. Allred, Sujan Parajuli, Zhuoting Wu
2021 AGU Advances  
Conflict of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest relevant to this study. Data Availability Statement Acknowledgments This research was funded by the U.S.  ...  Geological Survey's National Land Imaging and Land Change Science  ...  In arid and semi-arid landscapes of the western United States, the distribution of exotic annual grasses (primarily B. tectorum) has been shown to covary with precipitation patterns at plot and landscape  ... 
doi:10.1029/2020av000298 fatcat:yraonu6rhzbrpabbc45xl4uprm

Spatiotemporal Model of Barley and Cereal Yellow Dwarf Virus Transmission Dynamics with Seasonality and Plant Competition

S. M. Moore, C. A. Manore, V. A. Bokil, E. T. Borer, P. R. Hosseini
2011 Bulletin of Mathematical Biology  
The spatial structure of host populations can influence patterns of infection incidence (or disease outbreaks), and the effects of a generalist pathogen on host community dynamics in a spatially heterogeneous  ...  In this paper, we model the transmission of a generalist pathogen within a patch framework that incorporates the movement of vectors between discrete host patches to investigate the effects of local host  ...  Moore was provided, in part, by NSF-EID grants 10-42131 and 11-12014. E.T. Borer also received support from Oregon State University and University of Minnesota.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11538-011-9654-4 pmid:21505932 fatcat:ndjea5phwvajfosd3hft4spj6y
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