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Supplementary Data for Yletyinen et al. 'Invasion landscapes as social-ecological systems: role of social factors in invasive plant species control'

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SUPPLEMENTARY DATA FOR THE SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL PLANT INVASION MODEL (SEPIM).


SEPIM is an agent-based model for exploring how landowners’ social factors can influence the success of invasive plant species control, in terms of landowners’ collective ability to contain the invasive plant species spread or eradicate it at landscape level.


SEPIM is associated with the publication “Yletyinen, J., Perry, G.L.W., Burge, O., Mason, N., Stahlmann-Brown, P. 2021. Invasion landscapes as social-ecological systems: role of social factors in invasive plant species control. People and Nature (in press).”

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Funding

New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment through Winning Against Wildings research programme.

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Publisher

University of Auckland