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See: http://fruitionnz.com/mdig/
See: http://fruitionnz.com/mdig/
== Geographic distribution and relative abundance of invasive species ==
See case study: [http://grasswiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Case_studies/GlobalChangeBiology assessing the invasiveness of exotic species using ecosystem models and GRASS GIS] by Luigi Ponti




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Modular Dispersal in GIS (or MDiG)

Modular Dispersal in GIS (or MDiG) is a framework for modelling the spread of a species' population distribution through time. The software is built upon the powerful open-source GIS platform GRASS and provides a simulation manager that can automate analysis across replicates and occupancy maps.

See: http://fruitionnz.com/mdig/

Geographic distribution and relative abundance of invasive species

See case study: assessing the invasiveness of exotic species using ecosystem models and GRASS GIS by Luigi Ponti