• The effect of cross-boundary management on the trajectory to commonness in biological invasions 

      Latombe, G.; Essl, F.; McGeoch, M.A. (2020)
      The number of alien species introduced and undergoing range expansion in novel environments is steadily increasing, with important consequences for native ecosystems. The efficacy of management planning and decision making ...
    • 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 ...
    • Invasion science and the global spread of SARS-CoV-2 

      Nunez, M.A.; Pauchard, A.; Ricciardi, A. (2020)
      Emerging infectious diseases, such as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), are driven by ecological and socioeconomic factors, and their rapid spread and devastating impacts mirror those of invasive species. Collaborations ...
    • Tackling invasive alien species in Europe: the top 20 issues 

      Caffrey, J.M.; Baars, J.R.; Barbour, J.H.; Boets, P.; Boon, P.; Davenport, K.; Dick, J.T.A.; Early, J.; Edsman, L.; Gallagher, C.; Gross, J.; Heinimaa, P.; Horrill, C.; Hudin, S.; Hulme, P.E.; Hynes, S.; MacIsaac, H.J.; McLoone, P.; Millane, M.; Moen, T.L.; Moore, N.; Newman, J.; O'Conchuir, R.; O'Farrell, M.; O'Flynn, C.; Oidtmann, B.; Renals, T.; Ricciardi, A.; Roy, H.; Richard, Shaw; Weyl, O.; Williams, F.; Lucy, F.E. (Reabic, 2014)
      Globally, Invasive Alien Species (IAS) are considered to be one of the major threats to native biodiversity, with the World Conservation Union (IUCN) citing their impacts as ‘immense, insidious, and usually irreversible’. ...