Mark Robertson
Mark Robertson
Centre for Invasion Biology, Department of Zoology & Entomology, University of Pretoria
Verified email at zoology.up.ac.za
TitleCited byYear
Human‐mediated introductions of Australian acacias–a global experiment in biogeography
DM Richardson, J Carruthers, C Hui, FAC Impson, JT Miller, ...
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 771-787, 2011
2202011
Ensemble models predict Important Bird Areas in southern Africa will become less effective for conserving endemic birds under climate change
BWT Coetzee, MP Robertson, BFN Erasmus, BJ Van Rensburg, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 18 (6), 701-710, 2009
1672009
A PCA‐based modelling technique for predicting environmental suitability for organisms from presence records
MP Robertson, N Caithness, MH Villet
Diversity and distributions 7 (1‐2), 15-27, 2001
1422001
Ecological niche and potential geographic distribution of the invasive fruit fly Bactrocera invadens (Diptera, Tephritidae)
M De Meyer, MP Robertson, MW Mansell, S Ekesi, K Tsuruta, W Mwaiko, ...
Bulletin of entomological research 100 (1), 35-48, 2010
1352010
Ecological niches and potential geographical distributions of Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata) and Natal fruit fly (Ceratitis rosa)
M De Meyer, MP Robertson, AT Peterson, MW Mansell
Journal of Biogeography 35 (2), 270-281, 2008
1272008
Comparing models for predicting species’ potential distributions: a case study using correlative and mechanistic predictive modelling techniques
MP Robertson, CI Peter, MH Villet, BS Ripley
Ecological Modelling 164 (2-3), 153-167, 2003
1232003
Getting the most out of atlas data
MP Robertson, GS Cumming, BFN Erasmus
Diversity and Distributions 16 (3), 363-375, 2010
1222010
A fuzzy classification technique for predicting species’ distributions: applications using invasive alien plants and indigenous insects
MP Robertson, MH Villet, AR Palmer
Diversity and Distributions 10 (5‐6), 461-474, 2004
1202004
Ecology and management of alien plant invasions in South African fynbos: accommodating key complexities in objective decision making
N Roura-Pascual, DM Richardson, RM Krug, A Brown, RA Chapman, ...
Biological Conservation 142 (8), 1595-1604, 2009
1092009
Dynamics of a small re-introduced population of wild dogs over 25 years: Allee effects and the implications of sociality for endangered species’ recovery
MJ Somers, JA Graf, M Szykman, R Slotow, M Gusset
Oecologia 158 (2), 239-247, 2008
822008
Biotic homogenization and alien bird species along an urban gradient in South Africa
BJ van Rensburg, DS Peacock, MP Robertson
Landscape and Urban Planning 92 (3-4), 233-241, 2009
812009
Climate matching techniques to narrow the search for biological control agents
MP Robertson, DJ Kriticos, C Zachariades
Biological control 46 (3), 442-452, 2008
792008
Introduced and invasive cactus species: a global review
A Novoa, JJ Le Roux, MP Robertson, JRU Wilson, DM Richardson
AoB Plants 7, 2015
782015
A proposed prioritization system for the management of invasive alien plants in South Africa: research in action
MP Robertson, L Henderson, SI Higgins, DHK Fairbanks, ...
South African Journal of Science 99 (1), 37-43, 2003
762003
Invasion trajectory of alien trees: the role of introduction pathway and planting history
JE Donaldson, C Hui, DM Richardson, MP Robertson, BL Webber, ...
Global Change Biology 20 (5), 1527-1537, 2014
752014
Invasion debt–Quantifying future biological invasions
M Rouget, MP Robertson, JRU Wilson, C Hui, F Essl, JL Renteria, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (4), 445-456, 2016
732016
Spatial variability and abiotic determinants of termite mounds throughout a savanna catchment
AB Davies, SR Levick, GP Asner, MP Robertson, BJ van Rensburg, ...
Ecography 37 (9), 852-862, 2014
682014
Non-native and native organisms moving into high elevation and high latitude ecosystems in an era of climate change: new challenges for ecology and conservation
A Pauchard, A Milbau, A Albihn, J Alexander, T Burgess, C Daehler, ...
Biological invasions 18 (2), 345-353, 2016
652016
Predicting the subspecific identity of invasive species using distribution models: Acacia saligna as an example
GD Thompson, MP Robertson, BL Webber, DM Richardson, JJ Le Roux, ...
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 1001-1014, 2011
622011
Macroecology meets invasion ecology: linking the native distributions of Australian acacias to invasiveness
C Hui, DM Richardson, MP Robertson, JRU Wilson, CJ Yates
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 872-883, 2011
542011
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