Modelling dispersal-limited species

Have a look at the latest Methods video! In issue 3.5, Martin Sullivan and colleagues published an article which deals with the problems of predicting non-native species distribution. They used dispersion weighting models to overcome this and then applied the method to a real case study, the distribution of common waxbill Estrilda astrild in the Iberian Peninsula. They then developed this accompanying video, which you can watch on our YouTube channel, or on our website.

Read the article: Using dispersal information to model the species–environment relationship of spreading non-native species

Watch the video: Modelling dispersal-limited species