Potential spread of invasive species in NZ: modelling, mapping & art
Aguilar, Glenn; Blanchon, Dan; Foote, Hamish; Fraser, Diane
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Citation:Aguilar, G., Blanchon, D., Foote, H., & Fraser, D. (2018, August). Potential spread of invasive species in NZ: modelling, mapping & art. Paper presented at the 2018 New Zealand ESRI User Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.
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Invasive species Invasive species suitability mapping Model and map production Art and information production workflow Bractocera tryoni (Queensland fruitfly) Trachycarpus fortunei (Chinese Fan Palm, Chinese Windmill Palm) Halyomorpha halys (Brown marmorated stink bug) [BMSB] Environmental Variables: based on IPCC 5th Report Results: Chinese Windmill Palm Results: Brown marmorated stink bug Results: Queensland Fruitfly Centroid Movement NZ Territories BMSB presence prediction with climate change Story maps 3D Viewing Output from ArcGIS Pro Fly in the Ointment by Hamish Foote, 2015 Current and Future Work Summary and Conclusion Suitability mapping of invasive species provides knowledge and information products that supports decision making, planning and strategy formulation for risk management Presentation of map outputs in different formats ensures provisions for varied interpretations, provide the ability to cater to a diverse audience and allow for a variety of provocations when looking at invasive species through different lenses, including cultural, scientific and fiscal ones.