• Non-native and native organisms moving into high elevation and high latitude ecosystems in an era of climate change: new challenges for ecology and conservation 

      Pauchard, A.; Milbau, A.; Albihn, A.; Alexander, J.; Burgess, T.; Daehler, C.; Englund, G.; Essl, F.; Evengard, B.; Greenwood, G.B.; Haider, S.; Lenoir, J.; McDougall, K.; Muths, E.; Nunez, M.A.; Olofsson, J.; Pellissier, L.; Rabitsch, W.; Rew, L.J.; Robertson, M.; Sanders, N.; Kueffer, C. (Springer, 2016)
      Cold environments at high elevation and high latitude are often viewed as resistant to biological invasions. However, climate warming, land use change and associated increased connectivity all increase the risk of biological ...
    • A standardized set of metrics to assess and monitor tree invasions 

      Wilson, J.R.U.; Caplat, P.; Dickie, I.A.; Hui, C.; Maxwell, B.D.; Nunez, M.A.; Pauchard, A.; Rejmanek, M.; Richardson, D.M.; Robertson, M.P.; Spear, D.; Webber, B.L.; van Wilgen, B.W.; Zenni, R.D. (Springer, 2014-03)
      Scientists, managers, and policy-makers need functional and effective metrics to improve our understanding and management of biological invasions. Such metrics would help to assess progress towards management goals, ...