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Herbivores, but not other insects, are scarce on alien plants
(Ecological Society of Australia, 2008)
Understanding how the landscape-scale replacement of indigenous plants with alien plants influences ecosystem structure and functioning is critical in a world characterized by increasing biotic homogenization. An important ...
Spatially-explicit sensitivity analysis for conservation management: exploring the influence of decisions in invasive alien plant management
Aim Decision-support models have considerable potential for guiding management strategies when problems are complex. The robustness of such decision-making processes is rarely evaluated, and the influence of decision criteria ...
Using counterfactuals to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of controlling biological invasions
(Ecological Society of America, 2016)
Prioritizing limited conservation funds for controlling biological invasions requires accurate estimates of the effectiveness of interventions to remove invasive species and their cost-effectiveness (cost per unit area ...