Suitability of Laurentian Great Lakes for Invasive Species Based on Global Species Distribution Models and Local Habitat

Suitability of Laurentian Great Lakes for Invasive Species Based on Global Species Distribution Models and Local Habitat

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Kramer, A. M., Annis, G., Wittmann, M. E., Chadderton, W. L., Rutherford, E. S., Lodge, D. M. 2017. Suitability of Laurentian Great Lakes for Invasive Species Based on Global Species Distribution Models and Local Habitat. Ecosphere. 8, 7.

Analysis, Assessment, Fresh water, Habitat, Invasive wildlife, Invertebrates, Lakes, Macro-invertebrates, Management, Modeling, Monitoring, Shellfish, Aquatic community, Biodiversity, Wildlife, Aquatic ecosystems, Biology, Mapping

This study used a species distribution model to predict the amount of suitable habitat in the Laurentian Great Lakes (U.S.) for three potential invasive species (the golden mussel, northern snakehead, and killer shrimp). The assessment approach highlights the importance of collecting high-resolution freshwater habitat data to supplement models that predict invasive species success by incorporating multiple sources of data.

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