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Human impact, climate and dispersal strategies determine plant invasion on islands

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Biological invasions are likely determined by species dispersal strategies as well as environmental characteristics of a recipient region, especially climate and human impact. However, the contribution of climatic factors, human impact, and dispersal strategies in driving invasion processes is still controversial and not well embedded in the existing theoretical considerations. Here, we study how climate, species dispersal strategies, and human impact determine plant invasion processes on islands distrib-uted in all major oceans in the context of directional ecological filtering.Location: Six mountainous, tropical, and subtropical islands in three major oceans: Island of Hawai'i and Maui (Pacific), Tenerife and La Palma (Atlantic), and La Réunion and Socotra (Indian Ocean)
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hal-04330476 , version 1 (02-02-2024)

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Severin D. H. Irl, Andreas H. Schweiger, Manuel J. Steinbauer, Claudine Ah-Peng, José Ramón Arévalo, et al.. Human impact, climate and dispersal strategies determine plant invasion on islands. Journal of Biogeography, 2021, 48 (8), pp.1889-1903. ⟨10.1111/jbi.14119⟩. ⟨hal-04330476⟩
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