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Cover for Invasive species and global climate change.

This book is part of the "CABI Invasive Series", which addresses all topics relating to invasive species, including biosecurity surveillance, mapping and modelling, economics of invasive species and species interactions in plant invasions. Aimed at researchers, upper-level students and policy...

Author(s)
Ziska, L. H.; Dukes, J. S.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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CABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for Introduction.

This book, divided into four parts, aims to provide a means for understanding the consequences of invasive species (such as weeds) and climate change, not in isolation but in a synergistic context. The first part of the book outlines the dimensions of the problem. The second part of the book...

Author(s)
Dukes, J. S.; Ziska, L. H.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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Cover for Invasive plants in a rapidly changing climate: an Australian perspective.

Invasive plants in Australia are currently among the greatest threats to native biological diversity and a significant cost to agriculture. The impact of climate change is projected to be particularly significant for Australia and will add to and change the impact of invasive plants on natural and...

Author(s)
Webber, B. L.; Klinken, R. D. van; Scott, J. K.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
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Cover for Invasive species of China and their responses to climate change.

China is a rapidly developing country with the largest share of the world's population. The extent of human activity, combined with diverse climates and landscapes, may allow for greater risk of biological invasions. To date, at least 529 invasive species have been identified, including 270 species ...

Author(s)
Li Bo; Wei ShuJuan; Li Hui; Yang Qiang; Lu Meng
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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Cover for Identifying climate change as a factor in the establishment and persistence of invasive weeds in agricultural crops.

Climate change may lead to extensive shifts in invasive weed distributions by impacting their colonization and persistence in new habitats. These alterations will require an enhanced capacity to predict the future range of these species and the implementation of effective management strategies....

Author(s)
DiTommaso, A.; Zhong Qin; Clements, D. R.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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Cover for Communicating the dynamic complexities of climate and ecology: species invasion and resource changes.

As the population reaches beyond 7 billion, the impact of human activities on the global environment will begin to alter substantially the complex biological systems necessary to support life. Of particular concern are anthropogenic changes in atmospheric composition that are altering the climatic...

Author(s)
Thompson, J. P.; Ziska, L. H.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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Cover for Climate change and plant pathogen invasions.

Climate has an important effect on plant disease and the probability of plant pathogen invasions, through effects on hosts and pathogen vectors as well as on the pathogens themselves. Aerially dispersed pathogens are an important group of plant pathogens, and their dispersal and invasion may be...

Author(s)
Garrett, K. A.; Thomas-Sharma, S.; Forbes, G. A.; Nopsa, J. H.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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Cover for Climate change, plant traits and invasion in natural and agricultural ecosystems.

Invasive plant species often thrive in new and resource-rich environments and may therefore benefit from global changes that create such environments. Global change effects on invasion risk will depend both on the environment in which competition between invasive and resident plant species occurs...

Author(s)
Blumenthal, D. M.; Kray, J. A.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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Cover for Non-native species in Antarctic terrestrial environments: the impacts of climate change and human activity.

Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity is simple compared to other regions of the Earth, with many higher taxonomic groups not represented, due to the continent's isolation, the severe climatic conditions and the relative scarcity of suitable habitats. So far, Antarctic biodiversity has been little...

Author(s)
Hughes, K. A.; Convey, P.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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Cover for Synergies between climate change and species invasions: evidence from marine systems.

The hypothesis that climate change will facilitate species invasions has recently received increasing focus in studies of marine systems. Over the past decade, approaches to testing this hypothesis have shifted from time-series observations of concomitant increases in both processes to experimental ...

Author(s)
Sorte, C. J. B.
ISBN
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780641645)
Type
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