- Measuring the impact of tree invasions and developing repeatable methods for continued evaluation
- Mapping invasive trees and burn areas using remotely sensed data
- Seeds of success for invasive species management
- Development and testing of indicators for biological invasions in the South African landscape
- Using citizen-science to understand drivers of urban biological invasions
- Validating the Influence of Chemical Application for Invasive Alien Plant Control on Biodiversity Recruitment and Ecosystem Services
- Invasion and management of pompom weed, Campuloclinium macrocephalum (Less.) DC (Asteraceae) in South Africa
- Genomics and defence mechanisms of Opuntia engelmannii Salm-Dyck (Cactaceae: Opuntioideae) lineages in Africa, as the basis for host-selection by potential biocontrol agents.
- A Systems Approach to Understanding the Social-Ecological Dynamics of Wattles in Rangeland Ecosystems
- Detection and mapping of three prevalent invasive alien plants (IAP) using freely available remote sensing imagery
- Long term change in kelp forest ecosystems on the west and south-west coasts of South Africa
- Invasive plant species in South Africa and their impacts on threatened native species
- Whole animal performance and physiology through genomics of African clawed frogs in their native and invasive ranges
- Seasonal endocrine correlates, behaviour, diet and diversity in rodents across transformed and pristine ecosystems in the Magaliesberg
- Quantifying the extent of the problem: a case for future biological control of Paterson’s Curse (Echium plantagineum) within South Africa
- The invasive alien tree fern Sphaeropteris cooperi in South Africa and on Reunion Island
- The invasion ecology of Melaleuca (Myrtaceae; bottlebrushes, paperbarks, and tea trees) in South Africa, with a special focus on Melaleuca viminalis.
- Using isotope sequencing to determine the diet of the invasive House mouse (Mus musculus domesticus) on Marion Island
- Where Are They Now? Developing a Protocol for Declaring Alien Species Absent from South Africa
- Do urban areas provide thermal refugia to invasive species?
- Belowground success: Collembola as indicators of restoration progress following active and passive restoration