Data from: Ecological impacts of invasive alien species along temperature gradients: testing the role of environmental matching

Josephine C. Iacarella, Jaimie T. A. Dick, Mhairi E. Alexander & Anthony Ricciardi
Invasive alien species (IAS) can cause substantive ecological impacts, and the role of temperature in mediating these impacts may become increasingly significant in a changing climate. Habitat conditions and physiological optima offer predictive information for IAS impacts in novel environments. Here, using meta-analysis and laboratory experiments, we tested the hypothesis that the impacts of IAS in the field are inversely correlated with the difference in their ambient and optimal temperatures. A meta-analysis of 29 studies...
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