Philip E. Hulme

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Publications of Philip E. Hulme (19 listed):

Biological Invasions (2021) 23, 351-366
A.J. Brandt, P.J. Bellingham, R.P. Duncan, T.R. Etherington, J.D. Fridley, C.J. Howell, P.E. Hulme, I. Jo, M.S. McGlone, S.J. Richardson, J.J. Sullivan, P.A. Williams and D.A. Peltzer (2021)
Naturalised plants transform the composition and function of the New Zealand flora

Biological Invasions (2020) 22, 1539-1562
Philip E. Hulme (2020)
Plant invasions in New Zealand: global lessons in prevention, eradication and control

Biological Invasions (2019) 21, 363-375
Makihiko Ikegami, Elizabeth Wandrag, Richard P. Duncan and Philip E. Hulme (2019)
Length of cultivation determines native and non-native weed richness in crop fields worldwide

Journal of Applied Ecology (2018) 55, 92-98
Philip E. Hulme, Giuseppe Brundu, Marta Carboni, Katharina Dehnen-Schmutz, Stefan Dullinger, Regan Early, Franz Essl, Pablo González-Moreno, Quentin J. Groom, Christoph Kueffer, Ingolf Kühn, Noëlie Maurel, Ana Novoa, Jan Pergl, Petr Pysek, Hanno Seebens, Rob Tanner, Julia M. Touza, Mark van Kleunen and Laura N.H. Verbrugge (2018)
Integrating invasive species policies across ornamental horticulture supply chains to prevent plant invasions

Biological Invasions (2018) 20, 2889-2897
Carolina Ocampo-Ariza, Jennifer L. Bufford, Philip E. Hulme, Paul D. Champion and William Godsoe (2018)
Strong fitness differences impede coexistence between an alien water fern (Azolla pinnata R. Br.) and its native congener (Azolla rubra R. Br.) in New Zealand

Journal of Applied Ecology (2018) 55, 516-525
Ross Meffin, Richard P. Duncan and Philip E. Hulme (2018)
Testing weed risk assessment paradigms: Intraspecific differences in performance and naturalisation risk outweigh interspecific differences in alien Brassica

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 2507-2517
Sonia Vanderhoeven, Etienne Branquart, Jim Casaer, Bram D'Hondt, Philip E. Hulme, Assaf Shwartz, Diederik Strubbe, Anne Turbé, Hugo Verreycken and Tim Adriaens (2017)
Beyond protocols: improving the reliability of expert-based risk analysis underpinning invasive species policies

Journal of Applied Ecology (2017) 54, 657-669
Wolf-Christian Saul, Helen E. Roy, Olaf Booy, Lucilla Carnevali, Hsuan-Ju Chen, Piero Genovesi, Colin A. Harrower, Philip E. Hulme, Shyama Pagad, Jan Pergl and Jonathan M. Jeschke (2017)
Assessing patterns in introduction pathways of alien species by linking major invasion data bases

New Phytologist (2016) 212, 657-667
Jennifer L. Bufford, Philip E. Hulme, Benjamin A. Sikes, Jerry A. Cooper, Peter R. Johnston and Richard P. Duncan (2016)
Taxonomic similarity, more than contact opportunity, explains novel plant–pathogen associations between native and alien taxa

Ecology Letters (2012) 15, 1475-1493
Brian Leung, Nuria Roura-Pascual, Sven Bacher, Jaakko Heikkilä, Lluis Brotons, Mark A. Burgman, Katharina Dehnen-Schmutz, Franz Essl, Philip E. Hulme, David M. Richardson, Daniel Sol and Montserrat Vilà (2012)
TEASIng apart alien species risk assessments: a framework for best practices

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 987-998
Kirsty F. McGregor, Michael S. Watt, Philip E. Hulme and Richard P. Duncan (2012)
How robust is the Australian Weed Risk Assessment protocol? A test using pine invasions in the Northern and Southern hemispheres

EPPO Bulletin (2012) 42, 21-27
M. Kenis, S. Bacher, R.H.A. Baker, E. Branquart, S. Brunel, J. Holt, P.E. Hulme, A. MacLeod, J. Pergl, F. Petter, P. Pysek, G. Schrader, A. Sissons, U. Starfinger and U. Schaffner (2012)
New protocols to assess the environmental impact of pests in the EPPO decision-support scheme for pest risk analysis

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 839-849
Hiroyuki Yokomizo, Hugh P. Possingham, Philip E. Hulme, Anthony C. Grice and Yvonne M. Buckley (2012)
Cost-benefit analysis for intentional plant introductions under uncertainty

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 2537-2548
Laurence Affre, Carey M. Suehs, Stéphane Charpentier, Montserrat Vilà, Giuseppe Brundu, Philip Lambdon, Anna Traveset and Philip E. Hulme (2010)
Consistency in the habitat degree of invasion for three invasive plant species across Mediterranean islands

Biological Invasions (2008) 10, 847-858
Anna Traveset, Giuseppe Brundu, Luisa Carta, Irene Mprezetou, Philip Lambdon, Manuela Manca, Frédéric Médail, Eva Moragues, Javier Rodríguez-Pérez, Akis-Stavros D. Siamantziouras, Carey M. Suehs, Andreas Y. Troumbis, M. Vilà and P.E. Hulme (2008)
Consistent performance of invasive plant species within and among islands of the Mediterranean basin

Journal of Applied Ecology (2006) 43, 43-50
Philip E. Hulme and Eleanor T. Bremner (2006)
Assessing the impact of Impatiens glandulifera on riparian habitats: partitioning diversity components following species removal

Molecular Ecology (2003) 12, 1747-1756
N.F. Walker, P.E. Hulme and A.R. Hoelzel (2003)
Population genetics of an invasive species, Heracleum mantegazzianum: implications for the role of life history, demographics and independent introductions

Journal of Applied Ecology (2000) 37, 28-38
R.A. Wadsworth, Y.C. Collingham, S.G. Willis, B. Huntley and P.E. Hulme (2000)
Simulating the spread and management of alien riparian weeds: are they out of control?

Journal of Applied Ecology (2000) 37, 13-27
Yvonne C. Collingham, Richard A. Wadsworth, Brian Huntley and Philip E. Hulme (2000)
Predicting the spatial distribution of non-indigenous riparian weeds: issues of spatial scale and extent