Rieks van Klinken
Rieks van Klinken
CSIRO Biosecurity Flagship
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Classical biological control for the protection of natural ecosystems
RG Van Driesche, RI Carruthers, T Center, MS Hoddle, ...
Biological control 54, S2-S33, 2010
Do invasive species perform better in their new ranges?
JD Parker, ME Torchin, RA Hufbauer, NP Lemoine, C Alba, ...
Ecology 94 (5), 985-994, 2013
Scientific advances in the analysis of direct risks of weed biological control agents to nontarget plants
AW Sheppard, RD Van Klinken, TA Heard
Biological control 35 (3), 215-226, 2005
Is host‐specificity of weed biological control agents likely to evolve rapidly following establishment?
RD Van Klinken, OR Edwards
Ecology Letters 5 (4), 590-596, 2002
What are the key drivers of spread in invasive plants: dispersal, demography or landscape: and how can we use this knowledge to aid management?
SR Coutts, RD van Klinken, H Yokomizo, YM Buckley
Biological invasions 13, 1649-1661, 2011
Considering the social dimension of invasive species: the case of buffel grass
NA Marshall, M Friedel, RD van Klinken, AC Grice
Environmental science & policy 14 (3), 327-338, 2011
Effects of clonal integration and light availability on the growth and physiology of two invasive herbs
CY Xu, SS Schooler, RD Van Klinken
Journal of Ecology 98 (4), 833-844, 2010
Host specificity testing: why do we do it and how we can do it better
RD Van Klinken
Host specificity testing of exotic arthropod biological control agents: the …, 1999
Maximising the contribution of native‐range studies towards the identification and prioritisation of weed biocontrol agents
JA Goolsby, RD Van Klinken, WA Palmer
Australian Journal of Entomology 45 (4), 276-286, 2006
Targeting biological control across diverse landscapes: the release, establishment, and early success of two insects on mesquite (Prosopis spp.) insects in Australian rangelands
RD van Klinken, G Fichera, H Cordo
Biological Control 26 (1), 8-20, 2003
A scientific approach to agent selection
RD Van Klinken, S Raghu
Australian Journal of Entomology 45 (4), 253-258, 2006
The relative importance of genetic diversity and phenotypic plasticity in determining invasion success of a clonal weed in the USA and China
Y Geng, RD van Klinken, A Sosa, B Li, J Chen, CY Xu
Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 213, 2016
Consumer trust in food and the food system: a critical review
W Wu, A Zhang, RD van Klinken, P Schrobback, JM Muller
Foods 10 (10), 2490, 2021
Predicting population dynamics of weed biological control agents: science or gazing into crystal balls?
MP Zalucki, RD Van Klinken
Australian Journal of Entomology 45 (4), 331-344, 2006
Phenotypic plasticity influences the size, shape and dynamics of the geographic distribution of an invasive plant
JB Pichancourt, RD Van Klinken
PloS one 7 (2), e32323, 2012
Phenotypic divergence during the invasion of Phyla canescens in Australia and France: evidence for selection‐driven evolution
CY Xu, MH Julien, M Fatemi, C Girod, RD Van Klinken, CL Gross, ...
Ecology letters 13 (1), 32-44, 2010
The invertebrates of Macquarie island
P Greenslade, R Van Klinken
Australian Antarctic Division, 2006
Spatial and temporal rates and patterns of mesquite (Prosopis species) invasion in Western Australia
TP Robinson, RD Van Klinken, G Metternicht
Journal of Arid Environments 72 (3), 175-188, 2008
Testing the discrimination and detection limits of WorldView-2 imagery on a challenging invasive plant target
TP Robinson, GW Wardell-Johnson, G Pracilio, C Brown, R Corner, ...
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 44, 23-30, 2016
Buffel grass and climate change: a framework for projecting invasive species distributions when data are scarce
TG Martin, H Murphy, A Liedloff, C Thomas, I Chadès, G Cook, ...
Biological Invasions 17, 3197-3210, 2015
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