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The availability of compatible mutualistic soil microbes could influence the invasion success of non-native plant species. Specifically, there may be ...Read more
Human activity has altered ecosystems in some places to a point where traditional restoration, ecosystem management and conservation interventions mig...Read more
Invaded landscapes and ecosystems are composed of multiple interacting networks and feed-back loops, sometimes leading to unexpected effects of manage...Read more
The ability to predict spatially explicit dispersal by non-indigenous species is a difficult but increasingly important undertaking as it allows manag...Read more
Plant invasions are predicted to accelerate in a world with increased anthropogenic disturbance. Non-native species pre-adapted to these disturbances ...Read more
Pervasive and accelerating changes to ecosystems due to human activities remain major sources of uncertainty in predicting the structure and dynamics ...Read more
Biological invasions by cryptic ecosystem engineers can alter the ecological and socio-economic values of ecosystems in ways that may take decades to ...Read more
Predicting how increasing rates of global trade will result in new establishments of potentially damaging invasive species is a question of critical i...Read more
Ecosystem invasibility is determined by combinations of environmental variables, invader attributes, disturbance regimes, competitive abilities of res...Read more
The number of individuals involved in an invasion event, or 'propagule size', has a strong theoretical basis for influencing invasion success. However...Read more