Nicola van Wilgen
Nicola van Wilgen
South African National Parks
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Rising temperatures and changing rainfall patterns in South Africa's national parks
NJ van Wilgen, V Goodall, S Holness, SL Chown, MA McGeoch
International Journal of Climatology 36 (2), 706-721, 2016
The roles of climate, phylogenetic relatedness, introduction effort, and reproductive traits in the establishment of non‐native reptiles and amphibians
NJ Van Wilgen, DM Richardson
Conservation Biology 26 (2), 267-277, 2012
Invasive vertebrates of South Africa
BJ Van Rensburg, OLF Weyl, SJ Davies, NJ van Wilgen, D Spear, ...
Biological invasions: Economic and environmental costs of alien plant …, 2011
Alien invaders and reptile traders: what drives the live animal trade in South Africa?
NJ Van Wilgen, JRU Wilson, J Elith, BA Wintle, DM Richardson
Animal Conservation 13, 24-32, 2010
A quantitative climate-match score for risk-assessment screening of reptile and amphibian introductions
NJ van Wilgen, N Roura-Pascual, DM Richardson
Environmental Management 44 (3), 590-607, 2009
Ecological research and conservation management in the Cape Floristic Region between 1945 and 2015: History, current understanding and future challenges
BW Van Wilgen, KJ Esler, M Gaertner, GF Midgley, DM Richardson, ...
Transactions of the royal society of South Africa 71 (3), 207-303, 2016
Is phylogenetic relatedness to native species important for the establishment of reptiles introduced to California and Florida?
NJ Van Wilgen, DM Richardson
Diversity and Distributions 17 (1), 172-181, 2011
When is a species not a species? Uncoupled phenotypic, karyotypic and genotypic divergence in two species of South African laminate‐toothed rats (Murinae: Otomyini)
PJ Taylor, S Maree, J Van Sandwyk, R Baxter, RV Rambau
Journal of Zoology 277 (4), 317-332, 2009
Alien reptiles and amphibians in South Africa: towards a pragmatic management strategy
NJ Van Wilgen, DM Richardson, EHW Baard
South African Journal of Science 104 (1-2), 13-20, 2008
A taxonomically and geographically constrained information base limits non-native reptile and amphibian risk assessment: a systematic review
NJ Van Wilgen, MS Gillespie, DM Richardson, J Measey
PeerJ 6, e5850, 2018
No consistent association between changes in genetic diversity and adaptive responses of Australian acacias in novel ranges
CJ Harris, EE Dormontt, JJ Le Roux, A Lowe, MR Leishman
Evolutionary Ecology 26 (6), 1345-1360, 2012
Assessing the association between pathways of alien plant invaders and their impacts in protected areas
LC Foxcroft, D Spear, NJ van Wilgen, MA McGeoch
NeoBiota 43, 1, 2019
Biological invasions in South African National Parks
JA Baard, LC Foxcroft, NJ Van Wilgen, NS Cole
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 47 (2), 1-12, 2017
Experience and lessons from alien and invasive animal control projects in South Africa
SJ Davies, MS Jordaan, M Karsten, JS Terblanche, AA Turner, ...
Biological Invasions in South Africa, 629-663, 2020
Taking stock of parks in a changing world: The SANParks Global Environmental Change Assessment
NJ Van Wilgen, M Herbst
SANParks, Cape Town, 2017
Balancing effective conservation with sustainable resource use in protected areas: Precluded by knowledge gaps
NJ Van Wilgen, MA Mcgeoch
Environmental Conservation 42 (3), 246-255, 2015
The impact of data precision on the effectiveness of alien plant control programmes: a case study from a protected area
C Cheney, KJ Esler, LC Foxcroft, NJ van Wilgen, MA McGeoch
Biological Invasions 20 (11), 3227-3243, 2018
An inventory of natural resources harvested from national parks in South Africa
NJ Van Wilgen, M Dopolo, A Symonds, W Vermeulen, E Bester, K Smith, ...
koedoe 55 (1), 00-00, 2013
Biological invasions in South African National Parks. Bothalia 47 (2): a2158
LC Foxcroft, NJ Van Wilgen, J Baard, NS Cole
Scenarios for the management of invasive Acacia species in a protected area: Implications of clearing efficacy
C Cheney, KJ Esler, LC Foxcroft, NJ van Wilgen
Journal of environmental management 238, 274-282, 2019
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