Climatic Suitability, Life-History Traits, Introduction Effort, and the Establishment and Spread of Introduced Mammals in Australia

Major progress in understanding biological invasions has recently been made by quantitatively comparing successful and unsuccessful invasions. We used such an approach to test hypotheses about the role of climatic suitability, life history, and historical factors in the establishment and subsequent spread of 40 species of mammal that have been introduced to mainland Australia.

Author Forsyth, D. M., Duncan, R. P., Bomford, M. and Moore, G.
Year 2004
Secondary title Conservation Biology
Volume 18
Number 2
Publisher Blackwell Publishing
Pages 557-569
Region Australia - national
Links https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/bsc/cbi/2004/00000018/00000002/art00033