Cross-correlations and time lags between observations and predictions.
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Cross-correlations (r) and time lags (d, in brackets) between observations and predicted time series, for the different Invasion model experiments and years. Reported values refer to maximum cross-correlations in each case, which were always significant at the 5% level.