Recently published journal articles:
- "Effect of soil flooding on photosynthesis, carbohydrate partitioning and nutrient uptake in the invasive exotic Lepidium latifolium" by Hongjun Chen, Robert G. Qualls, and Robert R. Blank. Aquatic Botany. 82(4), pp. 250-268. (perennial pepperweed)
- "Allee effects in biological invasions" by Caz M. Taylor and Alan Hastings. Ecology Letters. 8(8), pp. 895+.
- "Historical land-use legacy and Cortaderia selloana invasion in the Mediterranean region" by Roser Domènech, Montserrat Vilà, Joan Pino, and Josep Gesti. Global Change Biology. 11(7), pp. 1054+. (pampas grass)
- "INVASIBILITY AND ABIOTIC GRADIENTS: THE POSITIVE CORRELATION BETWEEN NATIVE AND EXOTIC PLANT DIVERSITY" by Benjamin Gilbert and Martin J. Lechowicz. Ecology. 86(7), pp. 1848-1855.
- "EXOTIC EUROPEAN EARTHWORM INVASION DYNAMICS IN NORTHERN HARDWOOD FORESTS OF MINNESOTA, USA" by Cindy M. Hale, Lee E. Frelich, and Peter B. Reich. Ecological Applications. 15(3), pp. 848-860.
- "DISRUPTION OF WEED BIOLOGICAL CONTROL BY AN OPPORTUNISTIC MIRID PREDATOR" by Tamaru R. Hunt-Joshi,a Richard B. Root,a and Bernd Blossey. Ecological Applications. 15(3), pp. 861-870. (good news for purple loosestrife, bad news for Galerucella beetles)
- "The enemy release and EICA hypothesis revisited: incorporating the fundamental difference between specialist and generalist herbivores" by J. Joshi and K. Vrieling. Ecology Letters. 8(7), pp. 704+. (EICA = Evolution of Increased Ability)
- "Studying invasion: have we missed the boat?" by Linda M. Puth and David M. Post. Ecology Letters. 8(7), pp. 715+.
- "Importance of large colony size for successful invasion by Argentine ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): Evidence for biotic resistance by native ants" by A. C. WALTERS AND D. A. MACKAY. Austral Ecology. 30(4), pp. 395+.