More recently published journal articles:
- "Reduced competitive ability in an invasive plant." by Oliver Bossdorf, Daniel Prati, Harald Auge and Bernhard Schmid. Ecology Letters. 7(4), pp. 346+ (garlic mustard Alliaria petiolata from its native Europe outcompetes North American garlic mustard!)
- "Biogeographical variation in community response to root allelochemistry: novel weapons and exotic invasion." by Jorge M. Vivanco, Harsh P. Bais, Frank R. Stermitz, Giles C. Thelen and Ragan M. Callaway. Ecology Letters. 7(4), pp. 285+ (allelopathy of diffuse knapweed [Centaurea diffusa] and effect of soil microorganisms on invasion)
- "CONFLICTING MANAGEMENT GOALS: MANATEES AND INVASIVE COMPETITORS INHIBIT RESTORATION OF A NATIVE MACROPHYTE" by Jennifer Hauxwell, Craig W. Osenberg, and Thomas K. Frazer. Ecological Applications. 14(2), pp. 571-586.
- "ALIEN FISHES IN CALIFORNIA WATERSHEDS: CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL AND FAILED INVADERS." by Michael P. Marchetti, Peter B. Moyle, and Richard Levine. Ecological Applications. 14(2), pp. 587-596. (rare failed introduction data sets!)
- "HABITAT DISPLACEMENT OF NORTH AMERICAN LADYBIRDS BY AN INTRODUCED SPECIES." by Edward W. Evans. Ecology. 85(3), pp. 637-647. (non-native ladybugs are not the eco-friendly pest-eating beetles everyone hoped they would be)