John R.U. Wilson

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Publications of John R.U. Wilson (15 listed):

Biological Invasions (2019) 21, 37-58
Susan Canavan, Laura A. Meyerson, Jasmin G. Packer, Petr Pysek, Noëlie Maurel, Vanessa Lozano, David M. Richardson, Giuseppe Brundu, Kim Canavan, Angela Cicatelli, Jan Cuda, Wayne Dawson, Franz Essl, Francesco Guarino, Wen-Yong Guo, Mark van Kleunen, Holger Kreft, Carla Lambertini, Jan Pergl, Hana Skálová, Robert J. Soreng, Vernon Visser, Maria S. Vorontsova, Patrick Weigelt, Marten Winter and John R.U. Wilson (2019)
Tall-statured grasses: a useful functional group for invasion science

Journal of Applied Ecology (2018) 55, 2612-2620
John R.U. Wilson, Katelyn T. Faulkner, Sebataolo J. Rahlao, David M. Richardson, Tsungai A. Zengeya and Brian W. van Wilgen (2018)
Indicators for monitoring biological invasions at a national level

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 3541-3555
Phil McLean, Laure Gallien, John R.U. Wilson, Mirijam Gaertner and David M. Richardson (2017)
Small urban centres as launching sites for plant invasions in natural areas: insights from South Africa

PLoS ONE (2017) 12 (4 - e0173340)
Katelyn T. Faulkner, Mark P. Robertson, Mathieu Rouget and John R.U. Wilson (2017)
Prioritising surveillance for alien organisms transported as stowaways on ships travelling to South Africa

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1057-1075
Davina L. Saccaggi, Minette Karsten, Mark P. Robertson, Sabrina Kumschick, Michael J. Somers, John R.U. Wilson and John S. Terblanche (2016)
Methods and approaches for the management of arthropod border incursions

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 73-87
Katelyn T. Faulkner, Mark P. Robertson, Mathieu Rouget and John R.U. Wilson (2016)
Understanding and managing the introduction pathways of alien taxa: South Africa as a case study

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3119-3126
Sjirk Geerts, Bongani V. Mashele, Vernon Visser and John R.U. Wilson (2016)
Lack of human-assisted dispersal means Pueraria montana var. lobata (kudzu vine) could still be eradicated from South Africa

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1077-1088
Sabrina Kumschick, Adam Devenish, Marc Kenis, Wolfgang Rabitsch, David M. Richardson and John R.U. Wilson (2016)
Intentionally introduced terrestrial invertebrates: patterns, risks, and options for management

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 609-633
Luke J. Potgieter, David M. Richardson and John R.U. Wilson (2014)
Casuarina: biogeography and ecology of an important tree genus in a changing world

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 535-551
John R.U. Wilson, Paul Caplat, Ian A. Dickie, Cang Hui, Bruce D. Maxwell, Martin A. Nuñez, Aníbal Pauchard, Marcel Rejmánek, David M. Richardson, Mark P. Robertson, Dian Spear, Bruce L. Webber, Brian W. van Wilgen and Rafael D. Zenni (2014)
A standardized set of metrics to assess and monitor tree invasions

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 553-563
Jason E. Donaldson, David M. Richardson and John R.U. Wilson (2014)
Scale-area curves: a tool for understanding the ecology and distribution of invasive tree species

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 691-703
Haylee Kaplan, Adriaan van Niekerk, Johannes J. Le Roux, David M. Richardson and John R.U. Wilson (2014)
Incorporating risk mapping at multiple spatial scales into eradication management plans

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 3989-4002
J.J. Le Roux, S. Geerts, P. Ivey, S. Krauss, D.M. Richardson, J. Suda and J.R.U. Wilson (2010)
Molecular systematics and ecology of invasive Kangaroo Paws in South Africa: management implications for a horticulturally important genus

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2006) 96, 145-152
J.R.U. Wilson, M. Rees and O. Ajuonu (2006)
Population regulation of a classical biological control agent: larval density dependence in Neochetina eichhorniae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a biological control agent of water hyacinth Eichhornia crassipes

Australian Journal of Entomology (2006) 45, 308-316
S. Raghu, John R. Wilson and K. Dhileepan (2006)
Refining the process of agent selection through understanding plant demography and plant response to herbivory