• Climate warming drives invasion history of Ambrosia artemisiifolia in central Europe 

      Mang, T.; Essl, F.; Moser, D.; Dullinger, S. (Czech Botanical Society, 2018)
      It is thought that future climate change is likely to foster biological invasions, but effects of climate warming on invasions in recent decades are little explored. In this paper, we analyse the history of the spread of ...
    • An integrated, spatio-temporal modelling framework for analysing biological invasions 

      Mang, T.; Essl, F.; Moser, D.; Kleinbauer, I.; Dullinger, S. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2018)
      Aim: We develop a novel modelling framework for analysing the spatio-temporal spread of biological invasions. The framework integrates different invasion drivers and disentangles their roles in determining observed ...
    • Mycorrhizal status helps explain invasion success of alien plant species 

      Menzel, A.; Hempel, S.; Klotz, S.; Moora, M.; Pysek, P.; Rillig, M.C.; Zobel, M.; Kuhn, I. (Ecological Society of America, 2017)
      It is still debated whether alien plants benefit from being mycorrhizal, or if engaging in the symbiosis constrains their establishment and spread in new regions. We analyzed the association between mycorrhizal status of ...