• The changing role of ornamental horticulture in alien plant invasions 

      van Kleunen, M.; Essl, F.; Pergl, J.; Brundi, G.; Carboni, M.; Dullinger, S.; Early, R.; Gonzalez-Moreno, P.; Groom, Q.J.; Hulme, P.E.; Kueffer, C.; Kuhn, I.; Maguas, C.; Maurel, N.; Novoa, A.; Parepa, M.; Pysek, P.; Seebens, H.; Tanner, R.; Touza, J.; Verbrugge, L.; Weber, E.; Dawson, W.; Kreft, H.; Weigelt, P.; Winter, M.; Klonner, G.; Talluto, M.W.; Dehnen-Schmutz, K. (Cambridge Philosophical Society, 2018)
      The number of alien plants escaping from cultivation into native ecosystems is increasing steadily. We provide an overview of the historical, contemporary and potential future roles of ornamental horticulture in plant ...
    • Disentangling the abundance–impact relationship for invasive species 

      Bradley, B.A.; Laginhas, B.B.; Whitlock, R.; Allen, J.M.; Bates, A.E.; Bernatchez, G.; Diez, J.M.; Early, R.; Lenoir, J.; Vilà, M.; Sorte, C.J.B. (2019)
      To predict the threat of biological invasions to native species, it is critical that we understand how increasing abundance of invasive alien species (IAS) affects native populations and communities. The form of this ...
    • Intergrating invasive species policies across ornamental horticulture supply chains to prevent plant invasions. 

      Hulme, P.E.; Brundu, G.; Carboni, M.; Dehnen-Schmutz, K.; Dullinger, S.; Early, R.; Essl, F.; Gonzalez-Moreno, P.; Groom, Q.J.; Kueffer, C.; Kuhn, I.; Maurel, N.; Novoa, A.; Pergl, J.; Pysek, P.; Seebens, H.; Tanner, R.; Touza, J.M.; van Kleunen, M.; Vergrugge, L.N.H. (British Ecological Society, 2017)
      1. Ornamental horticulture is the primary pathway for invasive alien plant introductions. We critically appraise published evidence on the effectiveness of four policy instruments that tackle invasions along the horticulture ...
    • Managed relocation: Integrating the scientific, regulatory, and ethical challenges 

      Schwartz, M.W.; Hellmann, J.J.; McClachlan, J.M.; Sax, D.F.; Borevitz, J.O.; Brennan, J.; Camacho, A.E.; Ceballos, G.; Clark, J.R.; Doremus, H.; Early, R.; Etterson, J.R.; Fielder, D.; Gill, J.L.; Gonzalez, P.; Green, N.; Hannah, L.; Jamieson, D.W.; Javeline, D.; Minteer, B.A.; Odenbaugh, J.; Polasky, S.; Richardson, D.M.; Root, T.L.; Safford, H.D.; Sala, O.; Schneider, S.H.; Thompson, A.R.; Williams, J.W.; Vellend, M.; Vitt, P.; Zellmer, S. (American Institute of Biological Sciences, 2012)
      Managed relocation is defined as the movement of species, populations, or genotypes to places outside the areas of their historical distributions to maintain biological diversity or ecosystem functioning with changing ...
    • Multidimensional evaluation of managed relocation 

      Richardson, D.M.; Hellmann, J.J.; McLachlan, J.S.; Sax, D.F.; Schwartz, M.W.; Gonzalez, P.; Brennan, E.J.; Camacho, A.; Root, T.L.; Sala, O.E.; Schneider, S.H.; Ashe, D.M.; Clark, J.R.; Early, R.; Etterson, J.R.; Fielder, E.D.; Gill, J.L.; Minteer, B.A.; Polasky, S.; Safford, H.D.; Thompson, A.R.; Vellend, M. (National Academy of Sciences, 2009-06-16)
      Managed relocation (MR) has rapidly emerged as a potential intervention strategy in the toolbox of biodiversity management under climate change. Previous authors have suggested that MR (also referred to as assisted ...