• Biological invasions in World Heritage Sites: current status and a proposed monitoring and reporting framework 

      Shackleton, R.T.; Bertzky, B.; Wood, L.E.; Bunbury, N.; Jäger, H.; van Merm, R.; Sevilla, C.; Smith, K.; Wilson, J.R.U.; Witt, A.B.R.; Richardson, D.M. (2020)
      UNESCO World Heritage Sites (WHS) are areas of outstanding universal value and conservation importance. They are, however, threatened by a variety of global change drivers, including biological invasions. We assessed the ...
    • Soil biota in a megadiverse country: Current knowledge and future research directions in South Africa 

      Janion-Scheepers, C.; Measey, J.; Braschler, B.; Chown, S.L.; Coetzee, L.; Colville, J.F.; Dames, J.; Davies, A.B.; Davies, S.J.; Davis, A.L.V.; Dippenaar-Schoeman, A.S.; Duffy, G.A.; Fourie, D.; Griffiths, C.; Haddad, C.R.; Hamer, M.; Herbert, D.G.; Hugo-Coetzee, E.A.; Jacobs, A.; Jacobs, K.; Jansen van Rensburg, C.; Lamani, S.; Lotz, L.N.; vdM. Louw, S.; Lyle, R.; Malan, A.P.; Marias, M.; Neethling, J.-A.; Nxele, T.C.; Plisko, D.J.; Prendine, L.; Rink, A.N.; Swart, A.; Theron, P.; Truter, M.; Ueckermann, E.; Uys, V.M.; Villet, M.H.; Willows-Munro, S.; Wilson, J.R.U. (Elsevier GmbH, 2016)
      Soils are integral to agricultural productivity, biodiversity, and the maintenance of ecosystem services. However, soil ecosystem research depends on foundational biological knowledge that is often missing. In this review, ...