W.M. Lonsdale
W.M. Lonsdale
Honorary Professor at the Fenner School of Environment and Society, ANU, Canberra, Australia
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei anu.edu.au
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Biotic invasions: causes, epidemiology, global consequences, and control
RN Mack, D Simberloff, W Mark Lonsdale, H Evans, M Clout, FA Bazzaz
Ecological applications 10 (3), 689-710, 2000
71732000
Global patterns of plant invasions and the concept of invasibility
WM Lonsdale
Ecology 80 (5), 1522-1536, 1999
23441999
Impact: toward a framework for understanding the ecological effects of invaders
IM Parker, D Simberloff, WM Lonsdale, K Goodell, M Wonham, ...
Biological invasions 1 (1), 3-19, 1999
20321999
The IPBES Conceptual Framework—connecting nature and people
S Díaz, S Demissew, J Carabias, C Joly, M Lonsdale, N Ash, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 14, 1-16, 2015
12802015
Assessing nature's contributions to people
S Díaz, U Pascual, M Stenseke, B Martín-López, RT Watson, Z Molnár, ...
Science 359 (6373), 270-272, 2018
8522018
Directing research to reduce the impacts of nonindigenous species
JE Byers, S Reichard, JM Randall, IM Parker, CS Smith, WM Lonsdale, ...
Conservation Biology 16 (3), 630-640, 2002
5642002
Humans as global plant dispersers: getting more than we bargained for: current introductions of species for aesthetic purposes present the largest single challenge for …
RN Mack, WM Lonsdale
BioScience 51 (2), 95-102, 2001
4312001
Inviting trouble: introduced pasture species in northern Australia
WM Lonsdale
Australian Journal of Ecology 19 (3), 345-354, 1994
3651994
Alien vegetation and native biota in tropical Australia: the impact of Mimosa pigra
RW Braithwaite, WM Lonsdale, JA Estbergs
Biological Conservation 48 (3), 189-210, 1989
3331989
The self‐thinning rule: dead or alive?
WM Lonsdale
Ecology 71 (4), 1373-1388, 1990
2951990
Tourist vehicles as vectors of weed seeds in Kakadu National Park, Northern Australia
WM Lonsdale, AM Lane
Biological Conservation 69 (3), 277-283, 1994
2811994
Rates of spread of an invading species--Mimosa pigra in northern Australia
WM Lonsdale
Journal of Ecology 81, 513-521, 1993
2551993
When to ignore advice: invasion predictions and decision theory
CS Smith, WM Lonsdale, J Fortune
Biological Invasions 1 (1), 89-96, 1999
2351999
A Rosetta Stone for nature’s benefits to people
S Díaz, S Demissew, C Joly, WM Lonsdale, A Larigauderie
PLoS Biol 13 (1), e1002040, 2015
2042015
Jumping the garden fence: invasive garden plants in Australia and their environmental and agricultural impacts
RH Groves, R Boden, WM Lonsdale
Ultimo, NSW, WWF-Australia, 2005
1732005
Eradicating invasive plants: hard-won lessons for islands
RN Mack, WM Lonsdale
Turning the tide: the eradication of invasive species, 164-172, 2002
1622002
The species–area relationship does not have an asymptote!
M Williamson, KJ Gaston, WM Lonsdale
Journal of Biogeography 28 (7), 827-830, 2001
1502001
Recurrence of Kills of Atlantic Herring (Clupea harengus harengus) Caused by Dinoflagellate Toxins Transferred Through Herbivorous Zooplankton
AW White
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 37 (12), 2262-2265, 1980
1391980
Modelling integrated weed management of an invasive shrub in tropical Australia
YM Buckley, M Rees, Q Paynter, M Lonsdale
Journal of Applied Ecology 41 (3), 547-560, 2004
1382004
Plant geometry and self-thinning
WM Lonsdale, AR Watkinson
The Journal of Ecology, 285-297, 1983
1301983
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