The map shows the potential future alien plant invasion hotspots in Austria and Germany under climate change, based on 30 invasive alien vascular plant species and the SRES A2 and B2 emissions scenarios. Colours mark number of invasive alien species suitable in an area.
Kleinbauer, I., Dullinger, S., Peterseil, J. und Essl, F., 2010, 'Climate change might drive the invasive tree Robinia pseudacacia into nature reserves and endangered habitats', Biological Conservation, 143(2), S.382–390
Grid Cells of the Floristic Mapping Project of Central Europe
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Potential future alien plant invasion hotspots in Germany and Austria under climate change, based on 30 invasive alien vascular plant species. Colours mark number of invasive alien species suitable in an area.