Data from: Propagule pressure in the presence of uncertainty: extending the utility of proxy variables with hierarchical models

D. Andrew R. Drake, Oscar Casas-Monroy, Marten A. Koops & Sarah A. Bailey
1. Species invasions depend on the abundance and rate at which organisms are introduced to new localities, known as propagule pressure. Due to the challenges of measuring propagule pressure, proxy variables are often used; however, untested proxy variables may obscure the role of propagule pressure vs. ecological factors that facilitate invasion, leading to uncertainty about the invasion process and confounding management response. 2. To generate absolute estimates of propagule pressure and facilitate meaningful comparison among...
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