3 edition of ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa found in the catalog.
ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa
National Synthesis Symposium on the Ecology of Biological Invasions (1985 Stellenbosch, South Africa)
|Statement||edited by I.A.W. Macdonald, F.J. Kruger, A.A. Ferrar.|
|Contributions||Macdonald, I. A. W., Kruger, F. J. 1944-, Ferrar, Antony A.|
|LC Classifications||QH353 .N37 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||87176476|
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This paper was presented at a symposium on the ecology and management of biological invasions in Southern Africa held at Stellenbosch, S. Africa Nov. Physical and floral descriptions of Namibia and N. Cape Province are given, together with bioecographic origins and incidence of invasive aliens. Cattle and game ranching are the primary form of land use in N. Namibia, in the central Cited by: The ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa. In Proc. of the National Synthesis Symposium on the ecology of biological invasions. Cape .
The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) in collaboration with the University of Venda, will be hosting the 45th Annual Research Symposium on the Management of Biological Invasions in southern Africa. The research symposium will be held from the July at the University of Venda, Main Campus, Thohoyandou (Limpopo). Summary. Vertebrate invasive species are important ecologically, socially, and scientifically throughout much of the globe. However, the interdiction and options for management of invasive species are driven by localized regulation at the country or even state level and thus the management of species must be framed within that context.
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The chapters in this book comprise papers presented at the National Synthesis Symposium on the ecology of Biological Invasions held at Stellenbosch on Nov. Chapters are grouped under the headings: historical perspectives (3 chapters), faunal invasions and their control (2 chapters), the invasion of southern Africa's biomes (5 chapters), towards understanding the ecology of.
National Synthesis Symposium on the Ecology of Biological Invasions ( Stellenbosch, South Africa) Ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa. Cape Town ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.
Macdonald IAW, Kruger FJ, Ferrar A (eds) () The ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa. Oxford University Press, Cape Town Google Scholar Marean CW () The transition to foraging for dense and predictable resources and its impact on the evolution of modern by: In book: Biological Invasions in South Africa (pp) Project: The status of biological invasions and their management in South Africa David Mark Richardson.
In book: Biological Invasions in South Africa, pp ing to address the ecology, economics, management and social impacts of biol enhancements based on non-native ﬁ shes in southern. Brooke RK, Lloyd PH, de Villiers AL () Alien and translocated terrestrial vertebrates in South Africa.
In: Macdonald AW, Kruger FJ, Ferrar AA (eds) The ecology and management of biological invasions in Southern Africa. Oxford University Press, Cape Town, pp 63–74 Google ScholarCited by: Vegetation of Southern Africa, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Milton, S. Effects of harvesting on four species of forest ferns in South Africa. Biological Conservation Milton S. Growth of seven-weeks fern (Rumohra adiantiformis) in the southern Cape forests: implications for management.
“This is a book worth reading, but also to come back to for reference on several occasions. It could well become one of those core references for the introductory sentences of many papers and proposals on biological invasions stating the impacts of IAS before setting out the more specific research questions.” (Katharina Dehnen-Schmutz, Basic and Applied Ecology, May, )Format: Hardcover.
Biological Conservation 44 () The Ecology of Biological Invasions into Nature Reserves: An Introduction M. Usher Department of Biology, University of York, York YO1 5DD, Great Britain F.
Kruger South African Forestry Research Institute, PO BoxPretoriaRepublic of South Africa I. Macdonald Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology, University of Cape Cited by: Ecology of Biological Invasions of North America and Hawaii The southern extremity of peninsular Florida is a limestone platform that barely emerges above sea level.
In some places it is covered with a veneer of sand, marl, or peat; elsewhere the limestone itself is the substrate for plant (EXCLUOINO AFRICA) lcol« File Size: 7MB.
Furthermore, range expan- David Lodge is at the Dept of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, INUSA. Elsevier Science Publishers Ltd (UKI Biological Invasions: Lessons for Ecology David M. Lodge sions are inextricably related to global environmental and economic issues of increasing importance climate change Cited by: Exotic insect pests worldwide are many.
They are accidental biotic contaminants. Classical biological control (CBC) agents can be considered as deliberately introduced biotic contaminants that, when successful, reduce the overall biomass of contamination and often bring considerable self-sustaining economic relief to farming communites.
The spread of many invasive plants is facilitated through seed dispersal by frugivorous animals. The effectiveness of various frugivores as dispersers of the seeds of Melia azedarach, a highly invasive alien tree species, was evaluated in South Africa in savanna and bushveld h of observation, seven bird species and one bat species were recorded foraging on fruiting trees Cited by: Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems: Ecological, Management, and Geographic Perspectives Dr.
Gil Rilov, Dr. Jeffrey A. Crooks (auth.), Dr. Gil Rilov, Dr. Jeffrey A. Crooks (eds.) Biological invasions are considered to be one of the greatest threats to the integrity of most ecosystems on earth.
Blogging all things ecology and evolution. There has been much soul-searching in invasion biology, with attacks, and subsequent rebuttals, on the very nature of why we study, manage and attempt prevent the spread of exotic species (Davis et al.
) (AlyokhinLockwood et al.Simberloff ).What is needed at this juncture is a thoughtful and balanced perspective on the nature of. In this selection of papers from the Literature and Ecology Colloquium, held in Grahamstown, South Africa, the complexities of forging imaginative and pragmatic senses of belonging in Southern Africa are explored from a variety of disciplinary persepectives: philosophical, historical, botanical, and anthropological as well as : Dan Wylie.
This pioneering encyclopedia illuminates a topic at the forefront of global ecology--biological invasions, or organisms that come to live in the wrong place. Written by leading scientists from around the world, Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions addresses all aspects of this subject at a global level--including invasions by animals, plants, fungi, and bacteria--in succinct, alphabetically.
Central Chile: how do introduced plants and animals fit into the landscape. Fuentes; 5. Historical background of invasions in the mediterranean region of southern Africa H. Deacon; 6. A short history of biological invasions of Australia R. Groves; Part III.
Biogeography of Taxa: IIIa. Higher Plants: 7. Saasveld Forestry Research Centre, Private Bag X, GeorgeSouth Africa. Conference paper; The ecology and management of biological invasions in Southern Africa. Proceedings of the National Synthesis Symposium on the ecology of biological invasions.
; ISBN; ; Publisher information; Oxford University Press Cape Town. South Africa is arguably both a world leader in invasion science and at the forefront in pioneering new approaches towards managing invasions. A great deal has been spent on research of many aspects pertaining to the ecology, impacts, and management of biological invasions in South Africa.
National Synthesis Symposium on the Ecology of Biological Invasions (, Stellenbosch, South Africa). The ecology and management of biological invasions in southern Africa: proceedings of the National Synthesis Symposium on the Ecology of Biological Invasions.
Edited by I. .In the United States, invasions of nonnative plants, animals, or microbes cause major environmental damage. The second edition of Biological Invasions: Economic and Environmental Costs of Alien Plant, Animal, and Microbe Species represents the most current, single-source reference containing scientific and economic information on this timely.It is a framework for understanding the complex causal interactions between human behavior and natural processes, and for finding institutional and behavioral solutions to seemingly intractable environmental problems.
Biological invasions threaten societies in sometimes critical ways; for example, the spread of HIV infection in southern by: