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Increasing functional modularity with residence time in the co-distribution of native and introduced vascular plants
(Nature Publishing Group, 2013-09)
Species gain membership of regional assemblages by passing through multiple ecological and environmental filters. To capture the potential trajectory of structural changes in regional meta-communities driven by biological ...
Drivers of species turnover vary with species commonness for native and alien plants with different residence times
(Ecological Society of America, 2018)
Communities comprising alien species with different residence times are natural experiments allowing the assessment of drivers of community assembly over time. Stochastic processes (such as dispersal and fluctuating ...
Trait positions for elevated invasiveness in adaptive ecological networks
Our ability to predict the outcome of invasion declines rapidly as non-native species progress through intertwined ecological barriers to establish and spread in recipient ecosystems. This is largely due to the lack of ...