A long-term experimental case study of the ecological effectiveness and cost effectiveness of Invasive plant management in achieving conservation goals: Bitou bush control in Booderee National Park in Eastern Australia
Invasive plant management is often justified in terms of conservation goals, yet progress is rarely assessed against these broader goals, instead focussing on short-term reductions of the invader as a measure of success. Key questions commonly remain unanswered including whether invader removal reverses invader impacts and whether management itself has negative ecosystem impacts. We addressed these knowledge gaps using a seven year experimental investigation of Bitou Bush, Chrysanthemoides...[Show more]
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