|Integrating economic costs into conservation planning|
R Naidoo, A Balmford, PJ Ferraro, S Polasky, TH Ricketts, M Rouget
Trends in ecology & evolution 21 (12), 681-687, 2006
|Niche‐based modelling as a tool for predicting the risk of alien plant invasions at a global scale|
W Thuiller, DM Richardson, P Pyšek, GF Midgley, GO Hughes, M Rouget
Global change biology 11 (12), 2234-2250, 2005
|Preserving the evolutionary potential of floras in biodiversity hotspots|
F Forest, R Grenyer, M Rouget, TJ Davies, RM Cowling, DP Faith, ...
Nature 445 (7129), 757-760, 2007
|Knowing but not doing: selecting priority conservation areas and the research–implementation gap|
AT Knight, RM Cowling, M Rouget, A Balmford, AT Lombard, ...
Conservation biology 22 (3), 610-617, 2008
|An operational model for mainstreaming ecosystem services for implementation|
RM Cowling, B Egoh, AT Knight, PJ O'Farrell, B Reyers, M Rouget, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (28), 9483-9488, 2008
|Mapping ecosystem services for planning and management|
B Egoh, B Reyers, M Rouget, DM Richardson, DC Le Maitre, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 127 (1-2), 135-140, 2008
|A conservation plan for a global biodiversity hotspot—the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa|
RM Cowling, RL Pressey, M Rouget, AT Lombard
Biological conservation 112 (1-2), 191-216, 2003
|Integrating ecosystem services into conservation assessments: a review|
B Egoh, M Rouget, B Reyers, AT Knight, RM Cowling, AS van Jaarsveld, ...
Ecological Economics 63 (4), 714-721, 2007
|Formulating conservation targets for biodiversity pattern and process in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa|
RL Pressey, RM Cowling, M Rouget
Biological conservation 112 (1-2), 99-127, 2003
|Current patterns of habitat transformation and future threats to biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems of the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa|
M Rouget, DM Richardson, RM Cowling, JW Lloyd, AT Lombard
Biological conservation 112 (1-2), 63-85, 2003
|Inferring process from pattern in plant invasions: a semimechanistic model incorporating propagule pressure and environmental factors|
M Rouget, DM Richardson
The American Naturalist 162 (6), 713-724, 2003
|Residence time and potential range: crucial considerations in modelling plant invasions|
JRU Wilson, DM Richardson, M Rouget, Ş Procheş, MA Amis, ...
Diversity and Distributions 13 (1), 11-22, 2007
|Spatial congruence between biodiversity and ecosystem services in South Africa|
B Egoh, B Reyers, M Rouget, M Bode, DM Richardson
Biological conservation 142 (3), 553-562, 2009
|Designing large‐scale conservation corridors for pattern and process|
M Rouget, RM Cowling, AT Lombard, AT Knight, GIH Kerley
Conservation biology 20 (2), 549-561, 2006
|Interactions between environment, species traits, and human uses describe patterns of plant invasions|
W Thuiller, DM Richardson, M Rouget, Ş Procheş, JRU Wilson
Ecology 87 (7), 1755-1769, 2006
|A proposed classification of invasive alien plant species in South Africa: towards prioritizing species and areas for management action: working for water|
JL Nel, DM Richardson, M Rouget, TN Mgidi, N Mdzeke, DC Le Maitre, ...
South African Journal of Science 100 (1), 53-64, 2004
|Human‐mediated introductions of Australian acacias–a global experiment in biogeography|
DM Richardson, J Carruthers, C Hui, FAC Impson, JT Miller, ...
Diversity and distributions 17 (5), 771-787, 2011
|Designing systematic conservation assessments that promote effective implementation: best practice from South Africa|
AT Knight, A Driver, RM Cowling, K Maze, PG Desmet, AT Lombard, ...
Conservation biology 20 (3), 739-750, 2006
|Mapping the potential ranges of major plant invaders in South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland using climatic suitability|
M Rouget, DM Richardson, JL Nel, DC Le Maitre, B Egoh, T Mgidi
Diversity and Distributions 10 (5‐6), 475-484, 2004
|National spatial biodiversity assessment 2004: priorities for biodiversity conservation in South Africa.|
A Driver, K Maze, M Rouget, AT Lombard, J Nel, JK Turpie, RM Cowling, ...