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Networks of Invasion: A Synthesis of Concepts [electronic resource]

  • Bohan, David A. , Dumbrell, Alex J. , Massol, Fran占퐋is
  • Academic Press
  • 2017
Networks of Invasion: A Synthesis of Concepts [electronic resource]

Table of Content

Chapter One: Impacts of Invasive Species on Food Webs: A Review of Empirical Data

Abstract
1 Introduction
2 Definitions and Limits
3 Local Effects: Effect of Invaders at One or Two Steps of Distance
4 Global Effects: Invasions at Food Web Scale
5 How Does a Network Perspective Influence the Management of Invasive Species?
6 Conclusion
Acknowledgements
Chapter Two: The Effects of Invasive Species on the Decline in Species Richness: A Global Meta-Analysis

Abstract
1 Introduction
2 Methods
3 Results
4 Discussion
Acknowledgements
Chapter Three: Invasions Toolkit: Current Methods for Tracking the Spread and Impact of Invasive Species

Abstract
1 Introduction
2 Detecting and Monitoring Spatiotemporal Changes of Invaders and Invaded Communities at Different Scales
3 Identifying and Monitoring Ecological Interactions of and With Invasive Species
4 Measuring the Impact of Biological Invasions on Ecosystem Functions
5 Using Empirical Data for Improving Our Predictive Capability Through Modelling and Machine-Learning Approaches
6 Perspectives and Challenges Ahead
Acknowledgements
Chapter Four: Island Biogeography of Food Webs

Abstract
1 Introduction
2 Island Biogeography of Food Webs
3 Effects of Mainland Food Web Properties on Community Assembly
4 Discussion
Acknowledgements
Appendix Breadth-First Directing of the Links in the Generated Network
Chapter Five: Robustness Trade-Offs in Model Food Webs: Invasion Probability Decreases While Invasion Consequences Increase With Connectance

Abstract
1 Introduction
2 Methods
3 Results
4 Discussion
Acknowledgements
Chapter Six: 14 Questions for Invasion in Ecological Networks

Abstract
1 Introduction
2 Structural Considerations for Invasion in Ecological Networks
3 Functional Considerations for Invasion in Ecological Networks
4 Evolutionary Considerations for Invasion in Ecological Networks
5 Dynamical Considerations for Invasion in Ecological Networks
6 Future Directions for Research in Invasion Networks
7 Conclusion