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Forecasting the potential distribution and measuring spread of freshwater invasive species
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Year of Award2007
Department, School or CentreSchool of Biological Sciences
CourseDoctor of Philosophy
FacultyFaculty of Science
Biological invasions Mathematical modelsPopulation forecasting Mathematical modelsPopulation biology Mathematical modelsGenetic algorithmsNoxious weeds Geographical distribution Mathematical modelsNoxious weeds Dispersal Mathematical modelsAquatic weeds Geographical distribution Mathematical modelsAquatic weeds Dispersal Mathematical modelsFreshwater snail populations Geographical distribution Mathematical modelsFreshwater snail populations Dispersal Mathematical modelsNew Zealand mudsnail Geographical distribution Mathematical modelsNew Zealand mudsnail Dispersal Mathematical modelsInvasive species.Freshwater invasive species.Freshwater invasions.Aquatic grasses.Reed sweet-grass.Glyceria maxima.Ecological modelling.Ecological modeling.Ecological models.Genetic algorithm for rule-set production models.GARP models.Spatial spread