Nuisance Neonatives Guidelines for Assessing Range-Shifting Species

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Abstract

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 type Report
Publication Subtype Other Report
Title Nuisance Neonatives Guidelines for Assessing Range-Shifting Species
DOI 10.7275/8n20-kk32
Year Published 2020
Language English
Publisher Northeast RISCC Management
Contributing office(s) Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center
Description 2 p.
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