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- Kristiansen, Paul, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Biological invasions 2019 v.21 no.3 pp. 993-1005
- Stellaria media; biodiversity; control methods; early development; ecological invasion; fecundity; funding; introduced plants; islands; reproductive performance; seed longevity; weeds
- ... Eradication of alien plants is notoriously challenging, however eradication projects reap great biodiversity benefits, particularly on islands. To date only individual plants or small restricted populations have been successfully eradicated from the Southern Ocean Islands (SOI). The next phase in conservation for the region is tackling more widespread, abundant alien plant species. Several on-goin ...
- Kristiansen, Paul, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Biological invasions 2016 v.18 no.7 pp. 2093-2106
- Poa annua; altitude; animals; ecological invasion; invasive species; lawns and turf; population dynamics; seeds; soil depth; soil water; viability; weeds; Europe
- ... A native to Europe, Poa annua now has a cosmopolitan distribution and is invasive in the sub-Antarctic. As a major weed in temperate turf, there has been considerable investment in research of the species, but little is known about its ecology in the sub-Antarctic, particularly its reproductive ecology and population dynamics. We characterised the seed bank of this invasive species in the sub-Anta ...