A rule-based model for mapping potential exotic plant distribution

Western North American Naturalist
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Wildland managers need a method to predict which portions of the lands under their stewardship are susceptible to invasion by exotic plants. We combined a database listing exotic plant species known to occur in major environmental types (habitat types) throughout the northern Rocky Mountains with a digital vegetation map of environmental types for a major national park in the region (Yellowstone National Park) to produce maps of areas potentially threatened by major exotic species. Such maps should be helpful to managers concerned with monitoring and controlling exotic plants.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title A rule-based model for mapping potential exotic plant distribution
Series title Western North American Naturalist
Volume 61
Issue 4
Year Published 2001
Language English
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Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Western North American Naturalist
First page 428
Last page 433
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