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Predicted range expansion of Chinese tallow tree (Triadica sebifera) in forestlands of the southern United StatesAuthor(s): Hsiao-Hsuan Wang; William Grant; Todd Swannack; Jianbang Gan; William Rogers; Tomasz Koralewski; James Miller; John W. Taylor Jr.
Source: Diversity and Distributions 17:552-565
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionWe present an integrated approach for predicting future range expansion of an invasive species (Chinese tallow tree) that incorporates statistical forecasting and analytical techniques within a spatially explicit, agent-based, simulation framework.
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CitationWang, H.; Grant, W.E.; Swannack, T.M.; Gan, J. Rogers, W.E.; Koralewski, T.E.; Miller, J.E.; Taylor Jr., J.W. 2011. Predicted range expansion of Chinese tallow tree (Triadica sebifera) in forestlands of the southern United States. Diversity and Distributions 17:552-565.
KeywordsAgent-based simulation model, biological invasions, dispersal model, habitat quality, invasive species, spatial-temporal dynamics.
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