Martin A. Nunez

Universidad Nacional del Comahue 
Biological invasions
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Roy HE, Pauchard A, Stoett PJ, et al. (2024) Curbing the major and growing threats from invasive alien species is urgent and achievable. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Haubrock PJ, Soto I, Ahmed DA, et al. (2024) Biological invasions are a population-level rather than a species-level phenomenon. Global Change Biology. 30: e17312
Nuñez MA, August T, Bacher S, et al. (2024) Including a diverse set of voices to address biological invasions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Soto I, Balzani P, Carneiro L, et al. (2024) Taming the terminological tempest in invasion science. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Torres A, Kuebbing SE, Stuble KL, et al. (2024) Inverse priority effects: A role for historical contingency during species losses. Ecology Letters
Hussain K, Ahmad R, Nuñez MA, et al. (2023) Plant invasion shifts soil microbiome and physico-chemical attributes along an elevational gradient in Kashmir Himalaya. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International
Moyano J, Zamora-Nasca LB, Caplat P, et al. (2022) Predicting the impact of invasive trees from different measures of abundance. Journal of Environmental Management. 325: 116480
Haider S, Lembrechts JJ, McDougall K, et al. (2022) Think globally, measure locally: The MIREN standardized protocol for monitoring plant species distributions along elevation gradients. Ecology and Evolution. 12: e8590
García-Díaz P, Montti L, Powell PA, et al. (2021) Identifying Priorities, Targets, and Actions for the Long-term Social and Ecological Management of Invasive Non-Native Species. Environmental Management
Nuñez MA, Chiuffo MC, Pauchard A, et al. (2021) Making ecology really global. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
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