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Characteristics of selected non-woody invasive alien plants in South Africa and an evaluation of their potential for electricity generation
(University of Cape Town, Energy Research Centre, 2017)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Alien invasive plants (AIPs) pose a threat to the existence of plant and animal biodiversity in the ecosystems they invade. They need to be cleared, monitored and eventually eradicated from the landscape. ...
A preliminary assessment of utilizable biomass in invading Acacia stands on the Cape coastal plains
(Academy of Science for South Africa, 2004)
The biomass (woody material and foliage) of invasive Australian wattles (Acacia cyclops, A. saligna and A. mearnsii) was estimated in stands where crown cover exceeded 50% on the west coast, Agulhas and Eastern Cape coastal ...