• Trait positions for elevated invasiveness in adaptive ecological networks 

      Hui, Cang; Richardson, David M.; Landi, Pietro; Minoarivelo, Henintsoa O.; Roy, Helen E.; Latombe, Guillaume; Jing, Xin; CaraDonna, Paul J.; Gravel, Dominique; Beckage, Brian; Molofsky, Jane (Springer, 2021)
      Our ability to predict the outcome of invasion declines rapidly as non-native species progress through intertwined ecological barriers to establish and spread in recipient ecosystems. This is largely due to the lack of ...
    • A review of fire management practices in African savanna-protected areas 

      Nieman, Willem A.; Van Wilgen, Brian W.; Leslie, Alison J. (AOSIS, 2021)
      The level of understanding of the ecological effects of fires has improved over the past century, but comprehensive information on the practical application of fire remains restricted to a few well-studied areas, and ...
    • The relationship between bite force, morphology, and diet in southern African agamids 

      Tan, W. C.; Measey, J.; Vanhooydonck, B.; Herrel, A. (BioMed Central, 2021)
      Background: Many animals display morphological and behavioural adaptations to the habitats in which they live and the resources they exploit. Bite force is an important whole-organism performance trait that allows an ...