• Climate mediates the effects of disturbance on ant assemblage structure 

      Gibb, H.; Sanders, N.J.; Dunn, R.R.; Watson, S.; Photakis, M.; Abril, S.; Andersen, A.N.; Angulo, E.; Armbrecht, I.; Arnan, X.; Baccaro, F.B.; Bishop, T.R.; Boulay, R.; Castracani, C.; Del Toro, I.; Delsinne, T.; Diaz, M.; Donoso, D.A.; Enriquez, M.L.; Fayle, T.M.; Feener Jr, D.H.; Fitzpatrick, M.C.; Gomez, C.; Grasso, D.A.; Groc, S.; Heterick, B.; Hoffmann, B.D.; Lach, L.; Lattke, J.; Leponce, M.; Lessard, J.P.; Longino, J.; Lucky, A.; Majer, J.; Menke, S.B.; Mezger, D.; Mori, A.; Munyai, T.C.; Paknia, O.; Pearce-Duvet, J.; Pfeiffer, M.; Philpott, S.M.; de Souza, J.L.P.; Tista, M.; Vasconcelos, H.L.; Vonshak, M.; Parr, C.L. (The Royal Society Publishing, 2015)
      Many studies have focused on the impacts of climate change on biological assemblages, yet little is known about how climate interacts with other major anthropogenic influences on biodiversity, such as habitat disturbance. ...
    • Dominance–diversity relationships in ant communities differ with invasion 

      Arnan, X.; Andersen, A.N.; Gibb, H.; Parr, C.L.; Sanders, N.J.; Dunn, R.R.; Angulo, E.; Baccaro, F.B.; Bishop, T.R.; Boulay, R.; Castracani, C.; Cerda, X.; Del Toro, I.; Delsinne, T.; Donoso, D.A.; Elten, E.K.; Fayle, T.M.; Fitzpatrick, M.C.; Gomez, C.; Grasso, D.A.; Grossman, B.F.; Guenard, B.; Gunawardene, N.; Heterick, B.; Hoffmann, B.D.; Janda, M.; Jenkins, C.N.; Klimes, P.; Lach, L.; Laeger, T.; Leponce, M.; Lucky, A.; Majer, J.; Menke, S.; Mezger, D.; Mori, A.; Moses, J.; Munyai, T.C.; Paknia, O.; Pfeiffer, M.; Philpott, S.M.; Souza, J.L.P.; Tista, M.; Vasconcelos, H.L.; Retana, J. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2018)
      The relationship between levels of dominance and species richness is highly contentious, especially in ant communities. The dominance-impoverishment rule states that high levels of dominance only occur in species-poor ...
    • Managing the whole landscape: historical, hybrid, and novel ecosystems 

      Hobbs, R.J.; Higgs, E.; Hall, C.M.; Bridgewater, P.; Chapin III, F.S.; Ellis, E.C.; Ewel, J.J.; Hallett, L.M.; Harris, J.; Hulvey, K.B.; Jackson, S.T.; Kennedy, P.L.; Kueffer, C.; Lach, L.; Lantz, T.C.; Lugo, A.E.; Mascaro, J.; Murphy, S.D.; Nelson, C.R.; Perring, M.P.; Richardson, D.M.; Seastedt, T.R.; Standish, R.J.; Starzomski, B.M.; Suding, K.N.; Tognetti, P.M.; Yakob, L.; Yung, L. (The Ecological Society of America, 2014)
      The reality confronting ecosystem managers today is one of heterogeneous, rapidly transforming landscapes, particularly in the areas more affected by urban and agricultural development. A landscape management framework ...
    • Options for reducing uncertainty in impact classification for alien species 

      Clarke, D.A.; Palmer, D.J.; McGrannachan, C.; Burgess, T.I.; Chown, S.L.; Clarke, R.H.; Kumschick, S.; Lach, L.; Liebhold, A.M.; Roy, H.E.; Saunders, M.E.; Yeates, D.K.; Zalucki, M.P.; McGeoch, M.A. (2021)
      Abstract Impact assessment is an important and cost-effective tool for assisting in the identification and prioritization of invasive alien species. With the number of alien and invasive alien species expected to increase, ...