Brian W. van Wilgen
Brian W. van Wilgen
Professor, Centre for Invasion Biology, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
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Fire and plants
WJ Bond, BW Van Wilgen
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Invasive alien species: a toolkit of best prevention and management practices
R Wittenberg, MJW Cock
Cabi Publishing, 2001
What limits fire? An examination of drivers of burnt area in Southern Africa
S Archibald, DP Roy, BW van Wilgen, RJ Scholes
Global Change Biology 15 (3), 613-630, 2009
Invasive alien plants in South Africa: how well do we understand the ecological impacts?: working for water
DM Richardson, BW Van Wilgen
South African Journal of Science 100 (1), 45-52, 2004
The effect of fire season, fire frequency, rainfall and management on fire intensity in savanna vegetation in South Africa
N Govender, WSW Trollope, BW Van Wilgen
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (4), 748-758, 2006
Invasive alien trees and water resources in South Africa: case studies of the costs and benefits of management
DC Le Maitre, BW van Wilgen, CM Gelderblom, C Bailey, RA Chapman, ...
Forest Ecology and management 160 (1-3), 143-159, 2002
Wildfire management in Mediterranean-type regions: paradigm change needed
F Moreira, D Ascoli, H Safford, MA Adams, JM Moreno, JMC Pereira, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (1), 011001, 2020
An assessment of the effectiveness of a large, national-scale invasive alien plant control strategy in South Africa
BW van Wilgen, GG Forsyth, DC Le Maitre, A Wannenburgh, JDF Kotzé, ...
Biological Conservation 148 (1), 28-38, 2012
The economic consequences of alien plant invasions: examples of impacts and approaches to sustainable management in South Africa
BW van Wilgen, DM Richardson, DC Le Maitre, C Marais, D Magadlela
Environment, development and sustainability 3, 145-168, 2001
Spread and impact of introduced conifers in South America: lessons from other southern hemisphere regions
D Simberloff, MA Nuñez, NJ Ledgard, A Pauchard, DM Richardson, ...
Austral Ecology 35 (5), 489-504, 2010
Conflicting values: ecosystem services and invasive tree management
IA Dickie, BM Bennett, LE Burrows, MA Nuñez, DA Peltzer, A Porté, ...
Biological invasions 16, 705-719, 2014
Invasive plants and water resources in the Western Cape Province, South Africa: modelling the consequences of a lack of management
DC Le Maitre, BW Van Wilgen, RA Chapman, DH McKelly
Journal of applied ecology, 161-172, 1996
Conflicts of interest in environmental management: estimating the costs and benefits of a tree invasion
MP De Wit, DJ Crookes, BW Van Wilgen
Biological invasions 3, 167-178, 2001
Response of savanna fire regimes to changing fire‐management policies in a large African national park
BW Van Wilgen, N Govender, HC Biggs, D Ntsala, XN Funda
Conservation Biology 18 (6), 1533-1540, 2004
A proposed classification of invasive alien plant species in South Africa: towards prioritizing species and areas for management action: working for water
JL Nel, DM Richardson, M Rouget, TN Mgidi, N Mdzeke, DC Le Maitre, ...
South African Journal of Science 100 (1), 53-64, 2004
A biome-scale assessment of the impact of invasive alien plants on ecosystem services in South Africa
BW van Wilgen, B Reyers, DC Le Maitre, DM Richardson, L Schonegevel
Journal of environmental management 89 (4), 336-349, 2008
Ecosystem services, efficiency, sustainability and equity: South Africa's Working for Water programme
BW Van Wilgen, DC Le Maitre, RM Cowling
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 13 (9), 378, 1998
The effects of alien shrub invasions on vegetation structure and fire behaviour in South African fynbos shrublands: a simulation study
BW Van Wilgen, DM Richardson
Journal of applied Ecology, 955-966, 1985
Trends in woody vegetation cover in the Kruger National Park, South Africa, between 1940 and 1998
HC Eckhardt, BW Van Wilgen, HC Biggs
African Journal of Ecology 38 (2), 108-115, 2000
Valuation of ecosystem services
BW Van Wilgen, RM Cowling, CJ Burgers
BioScience 46 (3), 184-189, 1996
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