The following “Andina-inspired” book will be published in August 2023:
Cousens R. and colleagues (2023) Effective Ecology: Seeking success in a hard science. CRC Press. https://www.routledge.com/Effective-Ecology-Seeking-Success-in-a-Hard-Science/Cousens/p/book/9781032322926
Here are some outputs from our previous workshops. Note that several are on the topic of weeds and invasive plants. This merely reflects the enthusiasm of attendees at particular meetings and does not reflect the much broader interests of Andina:
Alexander JM, Atwater DZ, Colautti RI, Hargreaves AL (2022) Effects of species interactions on the potential for evolution at species’ range limits. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 377: 20210020. doi:10.1098/rstb.2021.0020
Bang A & Courchamp F (2021) Industrial rearing of edible insects could be a major source of new biological invasions. Ecology Letters 24: 393-397. doi: 10.1111/ele.13646
Graham S & Bartel R (2020) Australian Academy of Science 2020 Fenner Conference on the environment – Managing wild and weedy Australia across boundaries and disciplines. Ecological Management & Restoration 21, 264-268.
Lee-Yaw J, Zenni, RD, Hodgins, KA, Larson, BMH, Cousens RD and Bruce L. Webber (2019) Range shifts and local adaptation: integrating data and theory towards a new understanding of species’ distributions in the Anthropocene. New Phytologist 221, 644-647.
Bagavathiannan, M., Graham, S., Ma, Z., Barney, J., Coutts, S., Caicedo, A., De Clerck-Floate, R., West, N., Blank, L., Metcalf, A., Lacoste, M., Moreno, C., Evans, J., Burke, I. & Beckie, H. (2019) Considering weed management as a social dilemma bridges individual and collective interests. Nature Plants 5, 343-351.
Graham, S. (2019) Coordinating invasive plant management among conservation and rural stakeholders. Land Use Policy 81, 247-255.
Graham, S., Metcalf, A., Gill, N., Niemiec, R., Moreno, C., Bach, T., Ikutegbe, V., Hallstrom,L., Ma, Z. & Lubeck, A. Opportunities for better use of collective action theory in research and governance for invasive species management. Conservation Biology 33, 275-287.
Neve et al. & 34 others (2018) Reviewing research priorities in weed ecology, evolution and management: A horizon scan. Weed Research 58, 250-258.
Cousens, R (2017) Do we argue enough in ecology? Bulletin of the British Ecological Society, 48(1), 58-61.
Müller-Stöver, D, Nybroe D, Baraibar B, Loddo D, Eizenberg H, French K, Sønderskov M, Neve P, Peltzer DA, Maczey N & Christensen S (2016) Contribution of the seed microbiome to weed management. Weed Research 56, 335–339.
Liebman M, Baraibar B, Buckley Y, Childs D, Christensen S, Cousens R, Eizenberg H, Heiting S, Loddo D, Merrotto A, Renton M & Riemans M. (2016) Ecologically sustainable weed management: How do we get from proof-of-concept to adoption? Ecological Applications 26, 1352–1369.
Jordan N, Schut M, Graham S, Barney J, Child D, Christensen S,Cousens R, Eizenberg H, Fernandez-Quintanilla C, Harrison L, Harsch M, Heijting S, Liebman M, Loddo D, Riemens M, Neve P, Peltzer D, Renton M, Williams M, Recasens J & Sønderskov M (2016) Transdisciplinary weed research: new leverage on challenging weed problems? Weed Research 56, 345-358.
Ward SM,Cousens RD, Bagavathiannan MV, Barney JN, Beckie HJ, Busi R, Davis AS, Dukes JS, Forcella F, Freckleton RP, Gallandt ER, Hall LM, Jasieniuk M, Lawton-Rauh A, Lehnhoff EA, Liebman M, Maxwell BD, Mesgaran MB, Murray JV, Neve P, Nuñez MA, Pauchard A, Queenborough SA & Webber BL (2014) Agricultural Weed Research: A Critique and Two Proposals. Weed Science 62, 672-678.
Murray, J.V. et al. (2012) ‘Raising the bar’: improving the standard and utility of weed and invasive plant research. New Phytologist 196: 678-680. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04343.x/pdf