Native species will need to shift their ranges northward and upslope to keep pace with climate change in the Northeast U.S. However, this may cause some range-shifting species to have undesirable consequences in their expanded range. We provide a framework to identify the likelihood that a range-shifting species will become problematic and offer suggestions to minimize impacts from these species in the recipient habitat.
|Publication Subtype||Other Report|
|Title||Nuisance Neonatives Guidelines for Assessing Range-Shifting Species|
|Publisher||Northeast RISCC Management|
|Contributing office(s)||Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center|
|Google Analytic Metrics||Metrics page|