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Can riparian seed banks initiate restoration after alien plant invasion? Evidence from the Western Cape, South Africa
(Elsevier B.V, 2008)
Riparian zones are complex disturbance-mediated systems that are highly susceptible to invasion by alien plants. They are prioritized in most alien-plant management initiatives in South Africa. The current practice for the ...
Stakeholder perceptions of an ecosystem services approach to clearing invasive alien plants on private land
Incentivizing private landowners and other stakeholders is central to the effective conservation of ecosystem services in working landscapes. To better understand how to design effective incentives, the perceptions of ...
Restoration of invaded Cape Floristic Region riparian systems leads to a recovery in foliage-active arthropod alpha- and beta-diversity
The Cape Floristic Region of South Africa is a global biodiversity hotspot threatened by invasive alien plants (IAPs). We assessed the effect of plant invasions, and their subsequent clearing, on riparian arthropod diversity. ...
Exploring integrative research in the context of invasive alien plant management
(Creative Commons Attribution License, 2019)
Addressing complex challenges facing social-ecological systems (SES) requires the integration of knowledge from a diversity of disciplines and stakeholders. This requirement has resulted in the establishment of many ...