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Predicting potential hybridization between native and non-native Rhodeus ocellatus subspecies: the implications for conservation of a pure native population in northern Kyushu, Japan

Norio Onikura, Takuya Miyake, Jun Nakajima, Shinji Fukuda, Tomonori Kawamato, Koichi Kawamura
2013 Aquatic Invasions  
Here, we developed a prediction model for intersubspecific hybridization, based on distribution and genetic data.  ...  First, we developed generalized linear models (GLMs) for the species habitat requirements by using presence/absence data and environmental variables.  ...  The cost of publication was supported in part by the Research Grant for Young Investigators of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University.  ... 
doi:10.3391/ai.2013.8.2.09 fatcat:4oegsvut5jdsrhx7xlz5y4xg2a

Anthropogenic habitat loss accelerates the range expansion of a global invader

Xuyu Wang, Tao Yi, Wenhao Li, Chunxia Xu, Supen Wang, Yanping Wang, Yiming Li, Xuan Liu
2021 Diversity and Distributions: A journal of biological invasions and biodiversity  
Aim: Understanding the patterns and correlates of the range expansion of established alien species is crucial for predicting invasion impacts and developing effective control strategies.  ...  The time lag between range expansion and habitat loss is the golden window for preventing the spread of established alien species in disturbed habitats.  ...  for different years using GIS spatial analyses based on satellite image interpretation and found that the area of suitable habitat decreased every year with intensive anthropogenetic pressures.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ddi.13359 fatcat:elskctxzuvcqjffsy2ih3lik2e

A GIS Modeling Study of the Distribution of Viviparous Invasive Alien Fish Species in Eastern Europe in Terms of Global Climate Change, as Exemplified by Poecilia reticulata Peters, 1859 and Gambusia holbrooki Girarg, 1859

Oksana Nekrasova, Volodymyr Tytar, Mihails Pupins, Andris Čeirāns, Oleksii Marushchak, Arturs Skute
2021 Diversity  
After GIS modeling of our own data and findings listed in the GBIF databases (2278 points for G. holbrooki and 1410 points for P. reticulata) using the Maxent package and 'ntbox' package in R, 18 uncorrelated  ...  The potential distribution of tropical fish species in Eastern Europe—Gambusia holbrooki (introduced for biological control) and Poecilia reticulata (aquarium species, found in waste waters of big cities  ...  Acknowledgments: Special thanks are due to Alex Volkov, freelance translator, for editing the manuscript. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/d13080385 fatcat:2ne466au2bce5ogvz4ivudjuly

Predicting Potential Habitat Changes of Two Invasive Alien Fish Species with Climate Change at a Regional Scale

Seungbum Hong, Inyoung Jang, Daegeun Kim, Suhwan Kim, Hyun Su Park, Kyungeun Lee
2022 Sustainability  
An ensemble system with multiple species distribution models was used for the prediction, and gridded water portion data from the linear-structure information on river channels inputted as habitat characteristics  ...  This study aimed to predict future changes in the habitat distributions of two major invasive alien fish species, Micropterus salmoides and Lepomis macrochirus, in South Korea.  ...  SDMs are geographical information system (GIS)-based models that can be used to predict potential species habitats using species presence/absence data and environmental information.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14106093 fatcat:giktwokzhvh7peve7tk3kuvrpa

GIS-based habitat model to predict potential areas for the upcoming occurrences of an alien invasive plant, Mimosa pigra L

Thai Son Le, Pham Thi Kim Thoa, Nguyen Van Tuan
2019 Metsanduslikud Uurimused  
In this study, a habitat model was developed to predict potential areas for the upcoming occurrences of the plant.  ...  These identified high risk areas would make an important contribution to the local alien invasive species management.  ...  habitat model to predict potential areas for the upcoming occurrences of an alien invasive plant, Mimosa pigra L.  ... 
doi:10.2478/fsmu-2019-0003 fatcat:wf3caoxlrvdlxatsotzftnsduq

Invasive alien plants in China: role of clonality and geographical origin

Jian Liu, Ming Dong, Shi Li Miao, Zhen Yu Li, Ming Hua Song, Ren Qing Wang
2006 Biological Invasions  
These species were categorized into three groups (I, II, III) based on their invasiveness in terms of current spatial occupation and the degree of damage to invaded habitats.  ...  Biological invasions have become a significant threat to the global environment. Unfortunately, to date there is no consensus on invasion mechanisms and predictive models.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank anonymous referees for their valuable comments on the manuscript. The article was supported financially by ''National Science  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10530-005-5838-x fatcat:yoaduzzam5a3xiarafiodwjp6u

Species richness of alien plants in South Africa: Environmental correlates and the relationship with indigenous plant species richness

David M. Richardson, Mathieu Rouget, Samantha J. Ralston, Richard M. Cowling, Berndt J. Van Rensburg, Wilfried Thuiller
2005 Ecoscience  
The main source of data for species richness of indigenous and alien plant species was a national database based on herbarium specimens.  ...  Map of residuals between actual (from atlas data) and predicted species richness for a) alien plant species and b) invasive alien plant species richness predicted from indigenous species richness at the  ...  Henderson for supplying the SAPIA data and the South African National Biodiversity Institute for the use of data from the National Herbarium (PRE) Computerized Information System (PRECIS). D. M.  ... 
doi:10.2980/i1195-6860-12-3-391.1 fatcat:daqez3hfw5bnxlcxme3fqjlxbq

Spatial mismatch analysis among hotspots of alien plant species, road and railway networks in Germany and Austria

Yanina Benedetti, Federico Morelli, Francisco Moreira
2017 PLoS ONE  
Roadsides and railways may function as corridors for dispersal of alien species in fragmented landscapes.  ...  We performed a spatial mismatch analysis, based on a spatially explicit correlation test, to investigate whether alien plant species hotspots in Germany and Austria correspond to areas of high density  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Jacqui Shykoff for her valuable contribution and English revision of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0183691 pmid:28829818 pmcid:PMC5567654 fatcat:l3m6cv2hxfamplhn4lrebpotf4

Risks of Biological Invasion on the Belt and Road

Xuan Liu, Tim M. Blackburn, Tianjian Song, Xianping Li, Cong Huang, Yiming Li
2019 Current Biology  
Based on our results, we recommend the initiation of a project targeting early prevention, strict surveillance, rapid response, and effective control of alien species in BRI countries to ensure that this  ...  However, BRI's high expenditure on infrastructure construction, by accelerating trade and transportation, is likely to promote alien species invasions [5], one of the primary anthropogenic threats to global  ...  Habitat suitability predictions Study species and occurrence data The study species list is based on widely used databases (see Key Resources .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2018.12.036 pmid:30686739 fatcat:awvb4xf2dng57h3bl4jstijadq

Predicting the Potential Global Geographical Distribution of Two Icerya Species under Climate Change

Yang Liu, Juan Shi
2020 Forests  
However, the global habitats suitable for these two Icerya species are unclear.  ...  Using MaxEnt software, the potential risk maps of I. aegyptiaca and I. purchasi were created based on their occurrence data under different climatic conditions and topology factors.  ...  Therefore, our research on the prediction of the suitable area of species based on bioclimate variables can provide accurate prediction results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/f11060684 fatcat:f75nnojxivg4rdoxlf5he2hmye

Application Natura 2000 Data For The Invasive Plants Spread Prediction

J. Pěknicová, D. Petrus, K. Berchová-Bímová
2015 Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica  
Data suitability was evaluated for the construction of the model on local scale. Based on the data, the invaded habitat types were described and the optimal scale grid was evaluated.  ...  The species distribution models, a research tool for invasive plants spread prediction, involve the combination of environmental factors, occurrence data, and statistical approach.  ...  For the modelling, the potential distribution of species together with GIS has been used for long-term predictions (M o i s e n et al., 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.1515/sab-2015-0031 fatcat:ltbece6ucbc3fauurrqv6lvrfu

Predicting the influence of river network configuration, biological traits and habitat quality interactions on riverine fish invasions

Victoria Dominguez Almela, Stephen C. F. Palmer, Demetra Andreou, Phillipa K. Gillingham, Justin M. J. Travis, J. Robert Britton, April Blakeslee
2021 Diversity and Distributions: A journal of biological invasions and biodiversity  
Method: We developed an individual-based model (IBM) to predict how these different factors influenced the invasion dynamics and population growth rates (as abundances) of nine "virtual" alien fishes over  ...  Aim: The relationships between species and their landscape are important for understanding migration patterns.  ...  The predictions indicated that, in general, the location of the release is fundamentally important through its influence on the direction of dispersal required for the species to locate favourable habitat  ... 
doi:10.1111/ddi.13459 fatcat:ad5buvvwc5a4ndcluv5id5kxtm

Human-Induced Range Expansion of Wild Ungulates Causes Niche Overlap between Previously Allopatric Species: Red Deer and Iberian Ibex in Mountainous Regions of Southern Spain

Pelayo Acevedo, Jorge Cassinello
2009 Annales Zoologici Fennici  
The realized niche of the red deer was analyzed by means of habitat suitability modelling in the present study.  ...  Two populations inhabiting different geographic areas have been distinguished according to their origin, one is native to the study area and the other was translocated as a result of human hunting interests  ...  Hortal for his comments on a previous version of this manuscript, and J. Lobo, A. Jiménez-Valverde, R. Chefaoui and J. Hortal for providing GIS information. L.  ... 
doi:10.5735/086.046.0105 fatcat:r6q5bgto6zamvlfrhmjtb5tywq

Habitat distribution modeling for reintroduction and conservation of Aristolochia indica L. - a threatened medicinal plant in Assam, India

Bhaskar Sarma, Prantik Sharma Baruah, Bhaben Tanti
2018 Journal of Threatened Taxa  
For improving the conservation status of the species, potential area and habitat for its reintroduction were predicted using Maximum Entropy distribution modelling algorithm.  ...  environmental conditions for persistence of the species.  ...  The technique of ENM uses computer algorithms that predict species distribution in a geographic space based on the mathematical representation of the ecological niche of the species.  ... 
doi:10.11609/jott.3600.10.11.12531-12537 fatcat:3ihgszxql5bopm45n2dp4ku6ja

Areas of high conservation value in Georgia: present and future threats by invasive alien plants

Daniela Julia Klara Thalmann, David Kikodze, Manana Khutsishvili, David Kharazishvili, Antoine Guisan, Olivier Broennimann, Heinz Müller-Schärer
2014 Biological Invasions  
We used species distribution models based on 6 climate variables and then filtered the obtained distributions based on maps of soil and vegetation types, and on recorded occurrences, resulting into the  ...  Georgia is known for its extraordinary rich biodiversity of plants, which may now be threatened due to the spread of invasive alien plants (IAP).  ...  We also thank Info Flora for providing the occurrence data of the nine study species in Switzerland and two anonymous reviewers for the helpful and constructive comments on an earlier version of this manuscript  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10530-014-0774-2 fatcat:xzggz326wbdrdpere7ki7sz7rq
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