Plant range shifts and reduced enemy impact imply exotic invasion potential due to climate warming

T. Engelkes, W.E. Morriën, J.A. Harvey, T.M. Bezemer, K.J.F. Verhoeven, A. Biere, W.L.M. Tamis, W.H. van der Putten

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEURECO - GFOE 2008, "Biodiversity in an Ecosystem Context", 15 - 19 September, 2008, Leipzig, Germany
EditorsJ Stadler, F Schoeppe, M Frenzel
Place of PublicationLeipzig, Duitsland
PublisherEURECO-GFOE
Pages375
ISBN (Print)9783000255229
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventBiodiversity in an Ecosystem Context -
Duration: 15 Sep 200819 Sep 2008

Conference

ConferenceBiodiversity in an Ecosystem Context
Period15/09/0819/09/08

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Engelkes, T., Morriën, W. E., Harvey, J. A., Bezemer, T. M., Verhoeven, K. J. F., Biere, A., Tamis, W. L. M., & van der Putten, W. H. (2008). Plant range shifts and reduced enemy impact imply exotic invasion potential due to climate warming. In J. Stadler, F. Schoeppe, & M. Frenzel (Eds.), EURECO - GFOE 2008, "Biodiversity in an Ecosystem Context", 15 - 19 September, 2008, Leipzig, Germany (pp. 375). EURECO-GFOE. https://edepot.wur.nl/32759