Karen Esler
Karen Esler
Professor, Conservation Ecology & Centre for Invasion Biology, Stellenbosch University
Verified email at sun.ac.za
TitleCited byYear
Riparian vegetation: degradation, alien plant invasions, and restoration prospects
DM Richardson, PM Holmes, KJ Esler, SM Galatowitsch, JC Stromberg, ...
Diversity and distributions 13 (1), 126-139, 2007
7062007
Are Socioeconomic Benefits of Restoration Adequately Quantified? A Meta‐analysis of Recent Papers (2000–2008) in Restoration Ecology and 12 Other Scientific …
J Aronson, JN Blignaut, SJ Milton, D Le Maitre, KJ Esler, A Limouzin, ...
Restoration Ecology 18 (2), 143-154, 2010
2102010
Namaqualand, South Africa–an overview of a unique winter-rainfall desert ecosystem
RM Cowling, KJ Esler, PW Rundel
Plant Ecology 142 (1-2), 3-21, 1999
2071999
Xylem density, biomechanics and anatomical traits correlate with water stress in 17 evergreen shrub species of the Mediterranean‐type climate region of South Africa
AL Jacobsen, L Agenbag, KJ Esler, RB Pratt, FW Ewers, SD Davis
Journal of Ecology 95 (1), 171-183, 2007
1432007
Adoption, use and perception of Australian acacias around the world
CA Kull, CM Shackleton, PJ Cunningham, C Ducatillon, JM Dufour‐Dror, ...
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 822-836, 2011
1292011
Extraordinary high regional-scale plant diversity in southern African arid lands: subcontinental and global comparisons
RM Cowling, PW Rundel, PG Desmet, KJ Esler
Diversity and Distributions, 27-36, 1998
1151998
Plant functional diversity, species diversity and climate in arid and semi-arid southern Africa
RM Cowling, KJ Esler, GF Midgley, MA Honig
Journal of Arid Environments 27 (2), 141-158, 1994
1151994
Smoke-induced germination of succulents (Mesembryanthemaceae) from fire-prone and fire-free habitats in South Africa
SM Pierce, K Esler, RM Cowling
Oecologia 102 (4), 520-522, 1995
1121995
Karoo veld ecology and management
KJ Esler, SJ Milton, WRJ Dean
Briza, 2006
1082006
The dynamics of a succulent karoo vegetation
RI Yeaton, KJ Esler
Vegetatio 88 (2), 103-113, 1990
1051990
A decision-making framework for restoring riparian zones degraded by invasive alien plants in South Africa
PM Holmes, DM Richardson, KJ Esler, ETF Witkowski, S Fourie
South African Journal of Science 101 (11-12), 553-564, 2005
1002005
Succulent karoo biome
L Mucina, N Jürgens, A Le Roux, MC Rutherford, U Schmiedel, KJ Esler, ...
the vegetation of south Africa, lesotho and swaziland. strelitzia 19, 221-299, 2006
962006
Spatial pattern analysis in Namaqualand desert plant communities: evidence for general positive interactions
NS Eccles, KJ Esler, RM Cowling
Plant Ecology 142 (1-2), 71-85, 1999
961999
Guidelines for improved management of riparian zones invaded by alien plants in South Africa
PM Holmes, KJ Esler, DM Richardson, ETF Witkowski
South African Journal of Botany 74 (3), 538-552, 2008
822008
Are ecosystem services adequately quantified?
A Boerema, AJ Rebelo, MB Bodi, KJ Esler, P Meire
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (2), 358-370, 2017
802017
How wide is the “knowing-doing” gap in invasion biology?
KJ Esler, H Prozesky, GP Sharma, M McGeoch
Biological Invasions 12 (12), 4065-4075, 2010
772010
Ecophysiological traits associated with the competitive ability of invasive Australian acacias
TL Morris, KJ Esler, NN Barger, SM Jacobs, MD Cramer
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 898-910, 2011
672011
Can riparian seed banks initiate restoration after alien plant invasion? Evidence from the Western Cape, South Africa
S Vosse, KJ Esler, DM Richardson, PM Holmes
South African Journal of Botany 74 (3), 432-444, 2008
652008
Bioassessment of the ecological integrity of river ecosystems using aquatic macroinvertebrates: an overview with a focus on South Africa
DJ Ollis, HF Dallas, KJ Esler, C Boucher
African Journal of Aquatic Science 31 (2), 205-227, 2006
582006
An index to measure the conservation attitudes of landowners towards Overberg Coastal Renosterveld, a critically endangered vegetation type in the Cape Floral Kingdom, South Africa
SJ Winter, KJ Esler, M Kidd
Biological Conservation 126 (3), 383-394, 2005
582005
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