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A widespread contaminant enhances invasion success of a marine invader.

Published online: 01 Aug 2012

Authors: McKenzie, L. A. & Brooks, R. C. & Johnston, E. L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The global transfer of species by human vectors is continuing despite the use of managerial controls such as antifouling biocides and pesticide applic...

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Community-based approach to sustainable stingless beekeeping in Sorsogon, Philippines.

Published online: 12 Jun 2019

Authors: Jovillano-Mostoles, M. D.

Content type: Bulletin

Stingless beekeeping technology as an alternative livelihood in the Bicol region involves hunters, beekeepers, and assemblers of bee products. However...

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Trade, transport and trouble: managing invasive species pathways in an era of globalization.

Published online: 04 Mar 2009

Authors: Hulme, P. E.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Humans have traded and transported alien species for millennia with two notable step-changes: the end of the Middle Ages and beginning of the Industri...

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Road age and its importance in earthworm invasion of northern boreal forests.

Published online: 04 Mar 2009

Authors: Cameron, E. K. & Bayne, E. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Roads are an important conduit for the spread of invasive species. Road age is a key factor that could influence the susceptibility of roads to invasi...

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Effects of experimental soil disturbance on revegetation by natives and exotics in coastal Californian meadows.

Published online: 23 Jul 1997

Authors: Kotanen, P. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Disturbance is widely believed to facilitate invasions by exotic plants, but is also important for the persistence of many native species. The results...

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Predictors of recruitment for willows invading riparian environments in south-east Australia: implications for weed management.

Published online: 11 Oct 2006

Authors: Stokes, K. E. & Cunningham, S. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Predicting geographical areas susceptible to weed invasion is a primary target for land managers. Willows (Salix spp.) invading riparian environments ...

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Functional form and interactions of the drivers of understory non-native plant invasions in northern US forests.

Published online: 22 Jul 2020

Authors: Golivets, M. & Woodall, C. W. & Wallin, K. F.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The number and rate of non-native plant invasions in forests have been steadily increasing over the last century with profound consequences for the co...

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Past and present management influences the seed bank and seed rain in a rural landscape mosaic.

Published online: 12 Oct 2011

Authors: Auffret, A. G. & Cousins, S. A. O.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Seed bank and seed rain represent dispersal in time and space. They can be important sources of diversity in the rural landscape, where fragmented hab...

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Combining efficient methods to detect spread of woody invaders in urban-rural matrix landscapes: an exploration using two species of Oleaceae.

Published online: 18 Apr 2012

Authors: Aslan, C. E. & Rejmánek, M. & Klinger, R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Early detection of biological invasions can reduce the costs of control and increase its efficacy. Although much research focuses on the appearance or...

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Shade provided by riparian plants and biotic resistance by macrophytes reduce the establishment of an invasive Poaceae.

Published online: 26 Jul 2017

Authors: Evangelista, H. B. & Michelan, T. S. & Gomes, L. C. & Thomaz, S. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Riparian corridors are habitats that are prone to invasion by non-native plants, but the shade provided by trees that grow in riparian zones may limit...

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