• Invasion Science: A horizon scan of emerging challenges and oppurtunities 

      Ricciardi, A.; Blackburn, T.M.; Carlton, J.T.; Dick, J.T.A.; Hulme, P.E.; Iacarella, J.C.; Jeschke, J.M.; Liebhold, A.M.; Lockwood, J.L.; MacIsaac, H.J.; Pyšek, P.; Richardson, D.M.; Ruiz, G.M.; Simberloff, D.; Sutherland, W.J.; Wardle, D.A.; Aldridge, D.C. (Elsevier Ltd., 2017)
      We identified emerging scientific, technological, and sociopolitical issues likely to affect how biological invasions are studied and managed over the next two decades. Issues were ranked according to their probability ...
    • Invasion Science: looking forward rather than revisiting old ground - a reply to Zenni et al. 

      Ricciardi, A.; Blackburn, T.M.; Carlton, J.T.; Dick, J.T.A.; Hulme, P.E.; Iacarella, J.C.; Jeschke, J.M.; Liebhold, A.M.; Lockwood, J.L.; MacIsaac, H.J.; Pyšek, P.; Richardson, D.M.; Ruiz, G.M.; Simberloff, D.; Sutherland, W.J.; Wardle, D.A.; Aldridge, D.C. (Cell Press Reviews, 2017)
    • A proposed unified framework for biological invasions 

      Blackburn, T.M.; Pysek, P.; Bacher, S.; Carlton, J.T.; Duncan, R.P.; Jarosik, V.; Wilson, J.R.U.; Richardson, D.M. (Elsevier Ltd., 2011-07)
      There has been a dramatic growth in research on biological invasions over the past 20 years, but a mature understanding of the field has been hampered because invasion biologists concerned with different taxa and different ...
    • Scientists' warning on invasive alien species 

      Pyšek, P.; Hulme, P.E.; Simberloff, D.; Bacher, S.; Blackburn, T.M.; Carlton, J.T.; Dawson, W.; Essl, F.; Foxcroft, L.C.; Genovesi, P.; Jeschke, J.M.; Kuhn, I.; Liebhold, A.M.; Mandrak, N.E.; Meyerson, L.A.; Pauchard, A.; Pergl, J.; Roy, H.E.; Seebens, H.; van Kleunen, M.; Vila, M.; Wingfield, M.J.; Richardson, D.M. (2020)
      Biological invasions are a global consequence of an increasingly connected world and the rise in human population size. The numbers of invasive alien species - the subset of alien species that spread widely in areas where ...
    • Supporting Spartina: Interdisciplinary perspective shows Spartina as a distinct solid genus 

      Bortolus, A.; Adam, P.; Adams, J.B.; Ainouche, M.L.; Ayres, D.; Bertness, M.D.; Bouma, T.J.; Bruno, J.F.; Cacador, I.; Carlton, J.T.; Castillo, J.M.; Costa, C.S.B.; Davy, A.J.; Deegan, L.; Duarte, B.; Figueroa, E.; Gerwein, J.; Gray, A.J.; Grosholz, E.D.; Hacker, S.D.; Hughes, A.R.; Mateos-Naranjo, E.; Mendelssohn, I.A.; Morris, J.T.; Munoz-Rodriguez, A.F.; Nieva, F.J.J.; Levin, L.A.; Li, B.; Liu, W.W.; Pennings, S.C.; Pickart, A.; Redondo-Gomez, S.; Richardson, D.M.; Salmon, A.; Schwindt, E.; Silliman, B.R.; Sotka, E.E.; Stace, C.; Sytsma, M.; Temmerman, S.; Turner, R.E.; Valiela, I.; Weinstein, M.P.; Weis, J.S. (2019)
      In 2014, a DNA-based phylogenetic study confirming the paraphyly of the grass subtribe Sporobolinae proposed the creation of a large monophyletic genus Sporobolus, including (among others) species previously included in ...