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Interactions between habitat fragmentation and invasions: factors driving exotic plant invasions in native forest remnants, West Coast, New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2009)
Habitat fragmentation and biological invasions are widely considered to be the most significant threats to global biodiversity, and synergistic interactions between these processes have the potential to cause even greater ...
Riverscape-mediated effects of introduced trout on non-diadromous galaxiid fishes in New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2009)
The impact of invasive predators on native prey may depend on the availability and distribution of invader-free refugia across landscapes, if predators create demographic ‘sink’ populations in invaded patches, giving rise ...