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Consensual predictions of potential distributional areas for invasive species: a case study of Argentine ants in the Iberian Peninsula
(Springer Science+Business Media B.V., 2009)
Invasive species are known to influence the structure and function of invaded ecological communities, and preventive measures appear to be the most efficient means of controlling these effects. However, management of ...
Taxonomic homogenization in ungulates: patterns and mechanisms at local and global scales
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2008)
Aim The aim of this paper is to examine taxonomic homogenization in ungulates globally and at the local scale in South Africa. Specifically, we aim to examine the roles of distance, scale, time, extinctions vs. ...
Residence time and potential range: crucial considerations in modelling plant invasions
A prime aim of invasion biology is to predict which species will become invasive, but retrospective analyses have so far failed to develop robust generalizations. This is because many biological, environmental, and ...