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Modeling potential invasion range of alien invasive species, Hyptis suaveolens (L.) Poit. in India: Comparison of MaxEnt and GARP
H Padalia, V Srivastava, SPS Kushwaha
Ecological informatics 22, 36-43, 2014
1492014
Species distribution models (SDM): applications, benefits and challenges in invasive species management
V Srivastava, V Lafond, VC Griess
CAB Rev 14 (10.1079), 2019
562019
Biosurveillance of forest insects: part I—integration and application of genomic tools to the surveillance of non-native forest insects
AD Roe, AS Torson, G Bilodeau, P Bilodeau, GS Blackburn, M Cui, ...
Journal of Pest Science 92 (1), 51-70, 2019
332019
Mapping invasion potential using ensemble modelling. A case study on Yushania maling in the Darjeeling Himalayas
V Srivastava, VC Griess, H Padalia
Ecological Modelling 385, 35-44, 2018
292018
How climate change might influence the potential distribution of weed, bushmint (Hyptis suaveolens)?
H Padalia, V Srivastava, SPS Kushwaha
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187 (4), 210, 2015
252015
Assessing the potential distribution of Asian gypsy moth in Canada: A comparison of two methodological approaches
V Srivastava, VC Griess, MA Keena
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
202020
Biosurveillance of forest insects: part II—adoption of genomic tools by end user communities and barriers to integration
P Bilodeau, AD Roe, G Bilodeau, GS Blackburn, M Cui, M Cusson, ...
Journal of Pest Science 92 (1), 71-82, 2019
192019
Oh the places they’ll go: improving species distribution modelling for invasive forest pests in an uncertain world
V Srivastava, AD Roe, MA Keena, RC Hamelin, VC Griess
Biological Invasions 23 (1), 297-349, 2021
142021
Assessing niche shifts and conservatism by comparing the native and post-invasion niches of major forest invasive species
V Srivastava, W Liang, MA Keena, AD Roe, RC Hamelin, VC Griess
Insects 11 (8), 479, 2020
32020
Potential differences and methods of determining gypsy moth female flight capabilities: implications for the establishment and spread in novel habitats
V Srivastava, MA Keena, GE Maennicke, RC Hamelin, VC Griess
Forests 12 (1), 103, 2021
22021
Mapping recreation and tourism use across grizzly bear recovery areas using social network data and maximum entropy modelling
TRH Goodbody, NC Coops, V Srivastava, B Parsons, SP Kearney, ...
Ecological Modelling 440, 109377, 2021
22021
Estimating Invasion Dynamics with Geopolitical Unit-Level Records: The Optimal Method Depends on Irregularity and Stochasticity of Spread
W Liang, T Liem, J Grant, V Srivastava
Sustainability 12 (20), 2020
22020
Challenges and opportunities in developing decision support systems for risk assessment and management of forest invasive alien species.
V Lafond, F Lingua, S Lumnitz, G Paradis, V Srivastava, VC Griess
Environmental Reviews, 2019
22019
Dynamic species distribution modelling to predict mountain pine beetle boreal invasion
AL Carroll, V Srivastava
2021
Species Structure, Diversity, and Tree Regeneration on Stumps in Second-Growth Temperate Rainforests of British Columbia, Canada
Q Wang, V Srivastava, L Super, T Wang, YA El-Kassaby
2020
Decision support systems for risk assessment and mitigation of forest invasive alien species: Challenges and opportunities
V Lafond, G Paradis, V Srivastava, S Lumnitz, V Griess
Entomology 2018, 2018
2018
Integrating species-specific genetic traits into predictions of forest invasive species distributions under changing climate
V Srivastava, S Fenet, V Griess
Entomology 2018, 2018
2018
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