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Climate Impacts of Plant Invasion

PI: Bethany Bradley
Institution: Princeton University
I am using current climate to constrain the preferred climate conditions of plant invasion in the western U.S. I will then use future climate models to predict how the range of major plant invasions will shift under different climate change scenarios.
  • Bradley, B.A., Regional Analysis of the Impacts of Climate Change on Cheatgrass Invasion Shows Potential Risk and Opportunity. Global Change Biology. In press. Abstract. Edit.
  • Bradley, B.A., Assessing ecosystem threats from global and regional change: Hierarchical modeling of risk to sagebrush systems from climate change and invasive species in Nevada, USA. Ecography. Submitted. Abstract. Edit.
  • Bradley, B.A. and D.S. Wilcove, When Invasive Plants Disappear: Transformative Restoration Possibilities in the Western United States Resulting from Climate Change. Restoration Ecology. Accepted. Abstract. Edit.
  • Bradley, B.A., D.S. Wilcove and M. Oppenheimer, Climate Change and Plant Invasions: Restoration Opportunities Ahead?. Global Change Biology. Submitted. Abstract. Edit.

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