Susan Canavan
Susan Canavan
Univeristy of Galway
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A framework for engaging stakeholders on the management of alien species
A Novoa, R Shackleton, S Canavan, C Cybele, SJ Davies, ...
Journal of environmental management 205, 286-297, 2018
The global distribution of bamboos: assessing correlates of introduction and invasion
S Canavan, DM Richardson, V Visser, JJ Le Roux, MS Vorontsova, ...
AoB Plants, plw078, 2017
Invasion syndromes: a systematic approach for predicting biological invasions and facilitating effective management
A Novoa, DM Richardson, P Pyšek, LA Meyerson, S Bacher, S Canavan, ...
Biological Invasions 22 (5), 1801-1820, 2020
Global guidelines for the sustainable use of non-native trees to prevent tree invasions and mitigate their negative impacts
G Brundu, A Pauchard, P Pyšek, J Pergl, AM Bindewald, A Brunori, ...
NeoBiota 61, 65-116, 2020
A four‐component classification of uncertainties in biological invasions: implications for management
G Latombe, S Canavan, H Hirsch, C Hui, S Kumschick, MM Nsikani, ...
Ecosphere 10 (4), e02669, 2019
Global networks for invasion science: benefits, challenges and guidelines
JG Packer, LA Meyerson, DM Richardson, G Brundu, WJ Allen, ...
Biological Invasions 19, 1081-1096, 2017
Tall-statured grasses: a useful functional group for invasion science
S Canavan, LA Meyerson, JG Packer, P Pyšek, N Maurel, V Lozano, ...
Biological Invasions 21 (1), 37-58, 2019
Eucalyptus camaldulensis in South Africa – past, present, future
H Hirsch, MH Allsopp, S Canavan, M Cheek, S Geerts, CJ Geldenhuys, ...
Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 75 (1), 1-22, 2020
Grasses as invasive plants in South Africa revisited: Patterns, pathways and management
V Visser, D Maitre, JRU Wilson, I Nšnni, K Canavan, S Canavan, L Fish, ...
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 47 (2), 1-29, 2017
Does origin determine environmental impacts? Not for bamboos
S Canavan, S Kumschick, JJ Le Roux, DM Richardson, JRU Wilson
Plants, people, planet 1 (2), 119-128, 2019
Global guidelines for the sustainable use of non-native trees to prevent tree invasions and mitigate their negative impacts. NeoBiota 61: 65–116
G Brundu, A Pauchard, P Pyšek, J Pergl, AM Bindewald, A Brunori, ...
Alien bamboos in South Africa: a socio-historical perspective
S Canavan, DM Richardson, JJ Le Roux, JRU Wilson
Human Ecology 47, 121-133, 2019
Scanning the horizon for invasive plant threats using a data-driven approach
AE Kendig, S Canavan, PJ Anderson, SL Flory, LA Gettys, DR Gordon, ...
NeoBiota 74, 129-154, 2022
Understanding the risks of an emerging global market for cultivating bamboo: considerations for a more responsible dissemination of alien bamboos
S Canavan, DM Richardson
The World Bamboo Organization, 2015
The status of alien bamboos in South Africa
S Canavan, DM Richardson, JJ Le Roux, SA Kelchner, JRU Wilson
South African Journal of Botany 138, 33-40, 2021
The potential for biological control on cryptic plant invasions
K Canavan, S Canavan, NE Harms, C Lambertini, ID Paterson, R Thum
Biological Control 144, 104243, 2020
The alien plants that threaten South Africa’s mountain ecosystems
K Canavan, S Canavan, VR Clark, O Gwate, DM Richardson, GF Sutton, ...
Land 10 (12), 1393, 2021
Potential effects of domestication on non-native plant invasion risk
T Petri, S Canavan, DR Gordon, D Lieurance, SL Flory
Plant Ecology 222 (5), 549-559, 2021
Cannabis de-domestication and invasion risk
S Canavan, ZT Brym, G Brundu, K Dehnen-Schmutz, D Lieurance, T Petri, ...
Biological Conservation 274, 109709, 2022
Overcoming biodiversity blindness: Secondary data in primary citizen science observations
N Pernat, S Canavan, M Golivets, J Hillaert, Y Itescu, I Jarić, HMR Mann, ...
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 5 (1), e12295, 2024
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