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2007Rivers in peril inside and outside protected areas: a systematic approach to conservation assessment of river ecosystems.Nel, J L; Roux, D J; Maree, G; Kleynhans, C J; Moolman, J; Reyers, B; Rouget, M; Cowling, R M
2007Developing products for conservation decision-making: lessons from a spatial biodiversity assessment for South Africa.Reyers, B; Rouget, M; Jonas, Z; Cowling, R M; Driver, A; Maze, K; Desmet, P
2007Residence time and potential range: crucial considerations in modelling plant invasions.Wilson, J R U; Richardson, D M; Rouget, M; Proches, S; Amis, M A; Henderson, L; Thuiller, W
2006Using niche-based modelling to assess the impact of climate change on tree functional diversity in Europe.Thuiller, W; Lavorel, S; Sykes, M T; Araújo, M B
2011Reproductive biology of Australian acacias: important mediator of invasiveness?Gibson, M R; Richardson, D M; Marchante, E; Marchante, H; Rodger, J; Stone, G; Byrne, M; Fuentes-Ramírez, A; George, N; Harris, C; Johnson, S D; Le Roux, J J; Miller, J T; Murphy, D J; Pauw, A; Prescott, M N; Wandrag, E M; Wilson, J R U
2011Human-mediated introductions of Australian acacias—a global experiment in biogeography.Richardson, D M; Carruthers, J; Hui, C; Impson, F A C; Miller, J T; Robertson, M P; Rouget, M; Le Roux, J J; Wilson, J R U
2015-06Historical legacies accumulate to shape future biodiversity in an era of rapid global changeEssl, F.; Dullinger, S.; Rabitsch, W.; Hulme, P.E.; Pyšek, P.; Wilson (SANBI), John R.U.; Richardson, D.M.
2011Creating novel food webs on introduced Australian acacias: indirect effects of galling biological control agents.Veldtman, R; Lado, T F; Botes, A; Proches, S; Timm, A E; Geertsema, H; Chown, S L
2011Predicting the subspecific identity of invasive species using distribution models: Acacia saligna as an example.Thompson, G D; Robertson, M P; Webber, B L; Richardson, D M; Le Roux, J J; Wilson, J R U
2011Modelling horses for novel climate courses: insights from projecting potential distributions of native and alien Australian acacias with correlative and mechanistic models.Webber, B L; Yates, C J; Le Maitre, D C; Scott, J K; Kriticos, D J; Ota, N; Mcneill, A; Le Roux, J J; Midgley, G F