Data from: Life table invasion models: spatial progression and species-specific partitioning

Zihua Zhao, Cang Hui, Richard E. Plant, Min Su, Tim Carpenter, Nikos Papadopoulos, Zhihong Li & James R. Carey
Biological invasions are increasingly being considered important spatial processes that drive global changes, threatening biodiversity, regional economies, and ecosystem functions. A unifying conceptual model of the invasion dynamics could serve as a useful tool for comparison and classification of invasion processes involving different species across large geographic ranges. By dividing these geographic ranges that are subject to invasions into discrete spatial units we here conceptualize the invasion process as the transition from pristine to invaded...
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