Ana Novoa
Ana Novoa
Institute of Botany of The Czech Academy of Sciences
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Introduced and invasive cactus species: a global review
A Novoa, JJ Le Roux, MP Robertson, JRU Wilson, DM Richardson
AoB Plants 7, 2015
Managing conflict-generating invasive species in South Africa: Challenges and trade-offs
T Zengeya, P Ivey, DJ Woodford, O Weyl, A Novoa, R Shackleton, ...
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 47 (2), 1-11, 2017
A framework for engaging stakeholders on the management of alien species
A Novoa, R Shackleton, S Canavan, C Cybele, SJ Davies, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 205, 286-297, 2018
Resolving a prickly situation: Involving stakeholders in invasive cactus management in South Africa
A Novoa, H Kaplan, JRU Wilson, DM Richardson
Environmental Management 57 (5), 998-1008, 2016
Soil quality: a key factor in understanding plant invasion? The case of Carpobrotus edulis (L.) NE Br
A Novoa, R Rodriguez, D Richardson, L Gonzalez
Biological invasions 16 (2), 429-443, 2014
Explaining people's perceptions of invasive alien species: a conceptual framework
RT Shackleton, DM Richardson, CM Shackleton, B Bennett, SL Crowley, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 229, 10-26, 2019
Constraints to native plant species establishment in coastal dune communities invaded by Carpobrotus edulis: implications for restoration
A Novoa, L González, L Moravcová, P Pyšek
Biological Conservation 164, 1-9, 2013
The changing role of ornamental horticulture in alien plant invasions
M Van Kleunen, F Essl, J Pergl, G Brundu, M Carboni, S Dullinger, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (3), 1421-1437, 2018
Effects of soil characteristics, allelopathy and frugivory on establishment of the invasive plant Carpobrotus edulis and a co-occuring native, Malcolmia littorea
A Novoa, L González, L Moravcova, P Pyšek
PLoS One 7 (12), 2012
Integrating invasive species policies across ornamental horticulture supply chains to prevent plant invasions
PE Hulme, G Brundu, M Carboni, K Dehnen‐Schmutz, S Dullinger, ...
Journal of applied ecology 55 (1), 92-98, 2018
Stakeholder engagement in the study and management of invasive alien species
RT Shackleton, T Adriaens, G Brundu, K Dehnen-Schmutz, RA Estévez, ...
Journal of environmental management 229, 88-101, 2019
Soft touch or heavy hand? Legislative approaches for preventing invasions: Insights from cacti in South Africa
A Novoa, H Kaplan, S Kumschick, JRU Wilson, DM Richardson
Invasive Plant Science and Management 8 (3), 307-316, 2015
Impacts of Carpobrotus edulis (L.) NE Br. on the germination, establishment and survival of native plants: a clue for assessing its competitive strength
A Novoa, L González
PLoS One 9 (9), 2014
Does public awareness increase support for invasive species management? Promising evidence across taxa and landscape types
A Novoa, K Dehnen-Schmutz, J Fried, G Vimercati
Biological Invasions 19 (12), 3691-3705, 2017
Soil biochemical alterations and microbial community responses under Acacia dealbata Link invasion
P Souza-Alonso, A Novoa, L González
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 79, 100-108, 2014
Division of labor brings greater benefits to clones of Carpobrotus edulis in the non-native range: evidence for rapid adaptive evolution
SR Roiloa, R Retuerto, JG Campoy, A Novoa, R Barreiro
Frontiers in plant science 7, 349, 2016
Native range size and growth form in Cactaceae predict invasiveness and impact
A Novoa, S Kumschick, DM Richardson, M Rouget, JRU Wilson
Neobiota 30, 75-90, 2016
A proposed national strategic framework for the management of Cactaceae in South Africa
H Kaplan, JRU Wilson, H Klein, L Henderson, HG Zimmermann, ...
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 47 (2), 1-12, 2017
Monographs of invasive plants in Europe: Carpobrotus
JG Campoy, ATR Acosta, L Affre, R Barreiro, G Brundu, E Buisson, ...
Botany Letters 165 (3-4), 440-475, 2018
Biodiversity assessments: Origin matters
A Pauchard, LA Meyerson, S Bacher, TM Blackburn, G Brundu, ...
PLoS biology 16 (11), 2018
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