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Hull fouling marine invasive species pose a very low, but plausible, risk of introduction to East Antarctica in climate change scenarios

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This dataset includes the data used for the XGBoost model building (tab 2) from the manuscript "Holland, Oakes, Shaw, Justine, Stark, Jonathan S., & Wilson, Kerrie A. (2021) Hull fouling marine invasive species pose a very low, but plausible, risk of introduction to East Antarctica in climate change scenarios. Diversity and Distributions, 27(6), pp. 973-988. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/209781/". 

It also includes the data used to make predictions about the ability of marine invasive species to survive in shallow coastal ecosystems adjacent to Australia's Antarctic research stations and Australia's subantarctic islands over different time periods (tabs 3 - 9). The final tab (tab 10) is the count of how many ports each species was matched with.  

There are two aggregations of variables: an annual aggregation and a seasonal aggregation. The annual aggregation is the minimum, average, and maximum for each year averaged over the time periods specified below. The seasonal aggregation is the minimum, average, and maximum for each season (Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring) for each year averaged over the time periods specified below. The seasons for future climate at the Antarctic and subantarctic sites are based on Southern Hemisphere seasons.

Access rights

This dataset is open access with appropriate citation to the original publication.

Geographical area of data collection

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Global dataset for making predictions around Australia's Antarctic research stations: Casey (66°17'S, 110°32'E); Davis (68°34'S, 77°58'E); and Mawson (66°36'S, 62°52'E) AND Australia's Antarctic subantarctic islands: Macquarie Island (54°37'S, 158°42'E) and the Heard and McDonald Island Group (53°06'S, 73°31'E).

Publications

Holland, Oakes, Shaw, Justine, Stark, Jonathan S., & Wilson, Kerrie A. (2021) Hull fouling marine invasive species pose a very low, but plausible, risk of introduction to East Antarctica in climate change scenarios. Diversity and Distributions, 27(6), pp. 973-988. http://dx.doi.org/https://eprints.qut.edu.au/209781/

Research areas

Invasive Species Ecology
Subantarctic
machine learning
XGBoost
East Antarctica
Northern Pacific Sea Star
Climate change
Hull fouling
Invasion biology
Gradient boosting
Ports

Cite this collection

Holland, Oakes; Shaw, Justine; Stark, Jonathan; Wilson, Kerrie (2021), Hull fouling marine invasive species pose a very low, but plausible, risk of introduction to East Antarctica in climate change scenarios, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3ffbg79hf

Licence

This work is licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication license.

Copyright

© Oakes Holland, 2021.

Dates of data collection

From 2017 to 2019

Connections

Has association with
Kerrie Wilson  (Researcher)

Contacts

Name: Prof Kerrie Wilson
Phone: +61 7 3138 3355

Other

Date record created:
2021-04-22T10:17:48
Date record modified:
2021-06-11T15:14:12
Record status:
Published - Open Access