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Katelyn Faulkner
Katelyn Faulkner
South African National Biodiversity Institute, University of Pretoria
Verified email at zoology.up.ac.za
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The status of biological invasions and their management in South Africa 2019
B Van Wilgen
SANBI, 2021
1012021
How do invasive species travel to and through urban environments?
AL Padayachee, UM Irlich, KT Faulkner, M Gaertner, Ş Procheş, ...
Biological invasions 19 (12), 3557-3570, 2017
902017
A simple, rapid methodology for developing invasive species watch lists
KT Faulkner, MP Robertson, M Rouget, JRU Wilson
Biological Conservation 179, 25-32, 2014
732014
Understanding and managing the introduction pathways of alien taxa: South Africa as a case study
KT Faulkner, MP Robertson, M Rouget, JRU Wilson
Biological Invasions 18 (1), 73-87, 2016
622016
Indicators for monitoring biological invasions at a national level
JRU Wilson, KT Faulkner, SJ Rahlao, DM Richardson, TA Zengeya, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (6), 2612-2620, 2018
582018
The balance of trade in alien species between South Africa and the rest of Africa
BP Hurley, MP Robertson, M Rouget, JRU Wilson, KT Faulkner
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 47 (2), 1-16, 2017
40*2017
Stronger regional biosecurity is essential to prevent hundreds of harmful biological invasions
KT Faulkner, MP Robertson, JRU Wilson
Global Change Biology 26 (4), 2449-2462, 2020
362020
South Africa’s pathways of introduction and dispersal and how they have changed over time
KT Faulkner, A Burness, MJ Byrne, S Kumschick, K Peters, MP Robertson, ...
Biological Invasions in South Africa, 313-354, 2020
312020
Lack of coherence in the warming responses of marine crustaceans
KT Faulkner, S Clusella‐Trullas, LS Peck, SL Chown
Functional Ecology 28 (4), 895-903, 2014
292014
Fine-scale ontogenetic shifts in settlement behaviour of mussels: changing responses to biofilm and conspecific settler presence in Mytilus galloprovincialis and Perna perna
CEO Von der Meden, F Porri, CD McQuaid, K Faulkner, J Robey
Marine Ecology Progress Series 411, 161-171, 2010
292010
Prioritising surveillance for alien organisms transported as stowaways on ships travelling to South Africa
KT Faulkner, MP Robertson, M Rouget, JRU Wilson
PloS one 12 (4), e0173340, 2017
252017
Classifying the introduction pathways of alien species: are we moving in the right direction?
KT Faulkner, PE Hulme, S Pagad, JRU Wilson, MP Robertson
222020
An assessment of the information content of South African alien species databases
KT Faulkner, D Spear, MP Robertson, M Rouget, JRU Wilson
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 45 (1), 1-11, 2015
142015
The threats posed by the pet trade in alien terrestrial invertebrates in South Africa
T Nelufule, MP Robertson, JRU Wilson, KT Faulkner, C Sole, ...
Journal for Nature Conservation 55, 125831, 2020
112020
Border control for stowaway alien species should be prioritised based on variations in establishment debt
KT Faulkner, MP Robertson, M Rouget, JRU Wilson
Journal of environmental management 180, 301-309, 2016
92016
Effects of temperature on heat-shock responses and survival of two species of marine invertebrates from sub-Antarctic Marion Island
S Clusella-Trullas, L Boardman, KT Faulkner, LS Peck, SL Chown
Antarctic Science 26 (2), 145-152, 2014
92014
Stronger regional biosecurity is essential to prevent hundreds of harmful biological invasions. Global Change Biology26 (4): 2449-2462
KT Faulkner, MP Robertson, JR Wilson
62020
The status of biological invasions and their management in South Africa
V Wilgen, W Brian, KT Faulkner, O Chauke, J Fill, T Forsyth, L Foxcroft, ...
South African National Biodiversity Institute, 2018
32018
The wheat curl mite (Aceria tosichella, Prostigmata: Eriophyidae) could establish in South Africa
TS Venter, MP Robertson, DL Saccaggi, KT Faulkner
African Zoology 56 (1), 17-24, 2021
12021
Native-alien populations—an apparent oxymoron that requires specific conservation attention
T Nelufule, MP Robertson, JRU Wilson, KT Faulkner
NeoBiota 74, 57-74, 2022
2022
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