Invader Relative Impact Potential: a new metric to understand and predict the ecological impacts of existing, emerging and future invasive alien species.

Jaimie T. A Dick, Ciaran Laverty, Jack J. Lennon, Daniel Barrios-O'Neill, Paul J. Mensink, J. Robert Britton, Vincent Medoc, Pieter Boets, Mhairi E. Alexander, Nigel G. Taylor, Alison M. Dunn, Melanie J. Hatcher, Paula J. Rosewarne, Steven Crookes, Hugh J. MacIsaac, Meng Xu, Anthony Ricciardi, Ryan J. Wasserman, B.R. Ellender, O. L. F. WeylFrances E. Lucy, P. Banks, J.A. Dodd, Calum MacNeill, Marcin Penk, D.C. Aldridge, Joe Caffrey

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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of Applied Ecology
Early online date12 Jan 2017
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Publication statusEarly online date - 12 Jan 2017

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Dick, J. T. A., Laverty, C., Lennon, J. J., Barrios-O'Neill, D., Mensink, P. J., Britton, J. R., Medoc, V., Boets, P., Alexander, M. E., Taylor, N. G., Dunn, A. M., Hatcher, M. J., Rosewarne, P. J., Crookes, S., MacIsaac, H. J., Xu, M., Ricciardi, A., Wasserman, R. J., Ellender, B. R., ... Caffrey, J. (2017). Invader Relative Impact Potential: a new metric to understand and predict the ecological impacts of existing, emerging and future invasive alien species. Journal of Applied Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12849