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2009From both sides: dire demographic consequences of carnivorous mice and longlining for the Critically Endangered Tristan albatrosses on Gough Island.Wanless, R M; Ryan, P G; Altwegg, R; Angel, A; Cooper, J; Cuthbert, R
2010Dying for conservation: eradicating invasive alien species in the face of opposition.Blackburn, D C; Pettorelli, N; Katzner, T; Gompper, M E; Mock, K; Garner, T W J; Altwegg, R
2010Alien invaders and reptile traders: what drives the live animal trade in South Africa?Van Wilgen, N J; Wilson, J R U; Elith, J; Wintle, B A; Richardson, D M
2010Can lizards beat the heat, or will they go extinct?Tolley, K A
2007Invasive alien plants infiltrate bird-mediated shrub nucleation processes in arid savanna.Milton, S J; Wilson, J R U; Richardson, D M; Seymour, C L; Dean, W R J; Iponga, D M; Proche?, ?
2012Integrating diverse scientific and practitioner knowledge in ecological risk analysis: A case study of biodiversity risk assessment in South Africa.Dana, G V; Kapuscinski, A R; Donaldson, J S
2012A spatial assessment of anthropogenic threats to frog breeding habitats in South Africa: implications for anuran conservation.Mokhatla, M U; Measey, G J; Chimimba, C T; Van Rensburg, B J
2013Do frugivorous birds concentrate their foraging activities on those alien plants with the most abundant and nutritious fruits in the South African Mediterranean-climate region?Mokotjomela, T M; Musil C F; Esler, K J
2013Frugivorous birds visit fruits of emerging alien shrub species more frequently than those of native shrub species in the South African Mediterranean climate region.Mokotjomela, T M; Musil, C F; Esler, K J