Martin A. Nuñez
Martin A. Nuñez
Grupo de Ecologia de Invasiones, INIBIOMA, CONICET CRUB Comahue Bariloche Argentina
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Lack of belowground mutualisms hinders Pinaceae invasions
MA NUnez, TR Horton, D Simberloff
Ecology 90 (9), 2352-2359, 2009
2712009
Spread and impact of introduced conifers in South America: lessons from other southern hemisphere regions
D Simberloff, MA Nuñez, NJ Ledgard, A Pauchard, DM Richardson, ...
Austral Ecology 35 (5), 489-504, 2010
2442010
Conflicting values: ecosystem services and invasive tree management
IA Dickie, BM Bennett, LE Burrows, MA Nunez, DA Peltzer, A Porté, ...
Biological invasions 16 (3), 705-719, 2014
1992014
Biological invasions in developing and developed countries: does one model fit all?
MA Nunez, A Pauchard
Biological invasions 12 (4), 707-714, 2010
1742010
The elephant in the room: the role of failed invasions in understanding invasion biology
RD Zenni, MA Nuñez
Oikos 122 (6), 801-815, 2013
1602013
The natives are restless, but not often and mostly when disturbed
D Simberloff, L Souza, MA Nuñez, MN Barrios-Garcia, W Bunn
Ecology 93 (3), 598-607, 2012
1482012
Current mismatch between research and conservation efforts: the need to study co-occurring invasive plant species
SE Kuebbing, MA Nuñez, D Simberloff
Biological Conservation 160, 121-129, 2013
1222013
Introduced deer reduce native plant cover and facilitate invasion of non-native tree species: evidence for invasional meltdown
MA Relva, MA Nunez, D Simberloff
Biological Invasions 12 (2), 303-311, 2010
1192010
Tree invasions: patterns, processes, challenges and opportunities
DM Richardson, C Hui, MA Nunez, A Pauchard
Biological invasions 16 (3), 473-481, 2014
1182014
Gringos en el bosque: introduced tree invasion in a native Nothofagus/Austrocedrus forest
D Simberloff, MA Relva, M Nuñez
Biological Invasions 4 (1-2), 35-53, 2002
1152002
Invasive belowground mutualists of woody plants
MA Nuñez, IA Dickie
Biological Invasions 16 (3), 645-661, 2014
1132014
Alien conifer invasions in South America: short fuse burning?
DM Richardson, BW van Wilgen, MA Nunez
Biological invasions 10 (4), 573-577, 2008
1102008
Biocultural ethics: from biocultural homogenization toward biocultural conservation
R Rozzi
Linking ecology and ethics for a changing World, 9-32, 2013
1012013
Lags in the response of mountain plant communities to climate change
JM Alexander, L Chalmandrier, J Lenoir, TI Burgess, F Essl, S Haider, ...
Global change biology 24 (2), 563-579, 2018
992018
Invasive species: to eat or not to eat, that is the question
MA Nuñez, S Kuebbing, RD Dimarco, D Simberloff
Conservation Letters 5 (5), 334-341, 2012
952012
Negative, neutral, and positive interactions among nonnative plants: patterns, processes, and management implications
SE Kuebbing, MA Nuñez
Global Change Biology 21 (2), 926-934, 2015
922015
Non-native and native organisms moving into high elevation and high latitude ecosystems in an era of climate change: new challenges for ecology and conservation
A Pauchard, A Milbau, A Albihn, J Alexander, T Burgess, C Daehler, ...
Biological invasions 18 (2), 345-353, 2016
912016
The emerging science of linked plant–fungal invasions
IA Dickie, JL Bufford, RC Cobb, ML Desprez‐Loustau, G Grelet, PE Hulme, ...
New Phytologist 215 (4), 1314-1332, 2017
842017
Revisiting the potential conservation value of non-native species
JRS Vitule, CA Freire, DP Vazquez, MA Nuñez, D SIMBERLOFFS
Conservation biology 26 (6), 1153-1155, 2012
832012
A single ectomycorrhizal fungal species can enable a Pinus invasion
J Hayward, TR Horton, A Pauchard, MA Nuñez
Ecology 96 (5), 1438-1444, 2015
812015
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