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Note: this data release has been superseded by version 2.0, available here: https://doi.org/10.5066/P9V54H5K We developed habitat suitability models for invasive plant species selected by Department of Interior land management agencies. We applied the modeling workflow developed in Young et al. 2020 to species not included in the original case studies. Our methodology balanced trade-offs between developing highly customized models for a few species versus fitting non-specific and generic models for numerous species. We developed a national library of environmental variables known to physiologically limit plant distributions and relied on human input based on natural history knowledge to further narrow the variable...
Tamarisk spatial data containing 9 rasters. Each of the rasters represent the following: 1) X1st_random - ensemble of 5 models with random background data and 1st percentile threshold 2) X10th_random - ensemble of 5 models with random background data and 10th percentile threshold 3) MaxSS_random - ensemble of 5 models with random background data and MaxSS threshold 4) X1st_Salix_1st - ensemble of 5 models with random background data and 1st percentile threshold 5) X10th_Salix - ensemble of 5 models with random background data and 10th percentile threshold 6) MaxSS_Salix - ensemble of 5 models with random background data and MaxSS threshold 7) X1st_combined - ensemble of 10 models with random and Salix background...
Natural resource managers consistently identify invasive species as one of the biggest challenges for ecological adaptation to climate change. Yet climate change is often not considered during their management decision making. Given the many ways that invasive species and climate change will interact, such as changing fire regimes and facilitating the migration of high priority species, it is more critical than ever to integrate climate adaptation science and natural resource management. The coupling of climate adaptation and invasive species management remains limited by a lack of information, personnel, and funding. Those working on ecological adaptation to climate change have reported that information is not...
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Data associated with Sofaer and Jarnevich 'Accounting for sampling patterns reverses the relative importance of trade and climate for the global sharing of exotic plants'
These data were analyzed for the publication 'Accounting for sampling patterns reverses the relative importance of trade and climate for the global sharing of exotic plants': Aim: Exotic species’ distributions reflect patterns of human-mediated dispersal, species’ climatic tolerances, and a suite of other biotic and abiotic factors. The relative importance of each of these factors will shape how the spread of exotic species is affected by ongoing economic globalization and climate change. However, patterns of trade may be correlated with variation in scientific sampling effort globally, potentially confounding studies that do not account for sampling patterns. Location: Global. Methods: We used data from the Global...
Categories: Data; Types: Citation; Tags: Global, USGS Science Data Catalog (SDC), ecology, macroecology, nonindigenous species,