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  • Knight, AT; Smith, RS; Cowling, RM; Desmet, PG; Faith, DP; Ferrier, S; Gelderblom, CM; Grantham, H; Lombard, AT; Maze, K; Nel, JL; Parrish, JD; Pence, JQK; Possingham, HP; Reyers, B; Rouget, M; Roux, D; Wilson, KA (American Institute of Biological Sciences, 2007-03)
    The key biodiversity areas (KBA) approach aims to identify globally important areas for species conservation. Although a similar methodology has been used successfully to identify important Bird Areas, the authors have ...
  • Van Wilgen, BW; Nel, JL; Rouget, M (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2007)
    Parallel initiatives in South Africa have been addressing the prioritisation and management of invasive alien plant species, the prioritisation of rivers for the conservation of biodiversity, and broad-scale planning for ...
  • Rouget, M; Richardson, DM; Nel, JL; Le Maitre, David C; Egoh, Benis N; Mgidi, T (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2004-09)
    Most national or regional initiatives aimed at managing biological invasions lack objective protocols for prioritizing invasive species and areas based on likely future dimensions of spread. South Africa has one of the ...
  • van Wilgen, BW; Dyer, C; Hoffmann, JH; Ivey, P; Le Maitre, David C; Moore, JL; Richardson, DM; Rouget, M; Wannenburgh, A; Wilson, RU (Blackwell Publishing, 2011-09)
    A range of approaches and philosophies underpin national-level strategies for managing invasive alien plants. This study presents a strategy for the management of taxa that both have value and do harm. Insights were derived ...
  • Amis, MA; Rouget, M; Balmford, A; Thuiller, W; Kleynhans, CJ; Day, DJC; Nel, JL (Water Research Commission, 2007-04)
    Freshwater biodiversity is globally threatened due to human disturbances, but freshwater ecosystems have been accorded less protection than their terrestrial and marine counterparts. Few criteria exist for assessing the ...
  • Nel, JL; Richardson, DM; Rouget, M; Mgidi, TN; Mdzeke, N; Le Maitre, David C; Van Wilgen, BW; Schonegevel, L; Henderson, L; Neser, S (Acad Science South Africa, 2004-01)
    Many invasive alien plant species in South Africa are already well-established and cause substantial damage, while scores of others are at the early stages of invasion (only recently introduced and/or entering a phase of ...
  • Egoh, Benis N; Reyers, B; Carwardine, J; Bode, M; O'Farrell, PJ; Wilson, KA; Possingham, HP; Rouget, M; De Lange, Willem J; Cowling, RM (Society for Conservation Biology, 2010-02)
    Global declines in biodiversity and the widespread degradation of ecosystem services have led to urgent calls to safeguard both. Responses to this urgency include calls to integrate the needs of ecosystem services and ...
  • Jonas, Z; Rouget, M; Reyers, B; Mohamed, B; Rutherford, MC; Mucina, L; Powrie, LW (Fernwood Press, 2006)
    Humans have transformed almost half of the world's land surface area into agriculture and urban systems. The most severe biodiversity loss occurs when a natural ecosystem is converted to an artificial system. This does not ...