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Opportunities and constraints in the restoration of riparian ecosystems invaded by alien trees: insights from the Western Cape, South Africa
Invasive alien species are widely considered to be the second most significant threat to biodiversity globally following direct habitat destruction. The invasion of riparian systems worldwide by alien plants has contributed ...
Barriers to ecosystem restoration after clearing invasive Acacia species in the South African fynbos: soil legacy effects, secondary invaders and weedy native species
A significant proportion of the world’s ecosystems are invaded by alien N2-fixing woody species such as Australian acacias. Invasive alien N2-fixing woody species often transform ecosystems through their negative impacts ...