Bravo-Monasterio P, A Pauchard & A Fajardo. 2016. Pinus contorta invasion into treeless steppe reduces species richness and alters species traits of the local community. Biol Invasions 18:1883–1894 PDF


Pauchard A, A Escudero, RA García, M de la Cruz, B Langdon, LA Cavieres & J Esquivel. 2016. Pine invasions in treeless environments: dispersal overruns microsite heterogeneity. Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1877 PDF




Barney JN, Tekiela DR, Barrios-Garcia MN, Dimarco RD, Hufbauer RA, Leipzig-Scott P, Nuñez MA, Pauchard A, Pyšek P, Vítková M, Maxwell BD. 2015. Global Invader Impact Network (GIIN): Toward standardized evaluation of the ecological impacts of invasive plants. Ecology and Evolution, 5(14): 2878-2889. PDF


Pauchard A, García R, Zalba S, Sarasola M, Zenni R, Ziller S & Nuñez MA. 2015. Pine Invasions in South America: Reducing Their Ecological Impacts Through Active Management. De Gruyter Open p 318–342 PDF


Pauchard A, R García, S Zalba, M Sarasola, R Zenni, S Ziller & MA Nuñez. 2015. Pine Invasions in South America: Reducing Their Ecological Impacts Through Active Management. En: João Canning-Clode (Ed.) Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems Vectors, Ecological Impacts, Management and Predictions. p 318 - 342. De Gruyter Open, Berlin. (solicitar PDF)


Pauchard A, A Milbau, A Albihn, J Alexander, T Burgess, C Daehler, G Englund, F Essl, B Evengard, GB Greenwood, S Haider, J Lenoir, K McDougall, E Muths, MA Nuñez, J Olofsson, L Pellissier, W Rabitsch, LJ Rew, M Robertson, N Sanders & C Kueffer. 2015. 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. Biol Invasions. DOI 10.1007/s10530-015-1025-x PDF


K Taylor, BD Maxwell, A Pauchard, MA Nuñez, DA Peltzer, A Terwei & LJ Rew. 2015. Drivers of plant invasion vary globally: evidence from pine invasions within six ecoregions. Global Ecol. Biogeogr. DOI 10.1111/geb.12391 PDF


Seebens H, F Essl, W Dawsons, N Fuentes, D Moser, J Pergl, P Pysek, M van Kleunens, E Weber, M Winter & B Blasius. 2015. Global trade will accelerate plant invasions in emerging economies under climate change. Global Change Biology doi: 10.1111/gcb.13021 PDF


van Kleunen M, Dawson W, Essl F, Pergl J, Winter M, Weber E, Kreft H, Weigelt P, Kartesz J, Nishino M, Antonova LA, Barcelona JF, Cabezas FJ, Cárdenas D, Cárdenas-Toro J, Castaño N, Chacón E, Chatelain C, Ebel AL, Figueiredo E, Fuentes N, Groom QJ, Henderson L, Inderjit, Kupriyanov A, Masciadri S, Meerman J, Morozova O, Moser D, Nickrent DL, Patzelt A, Pelser PB, Baptiste MP, Poopath M, Schulze M, Seebens H, Wen-sheng Shu, Thomas J, Velayos M, Wieringa JJ & Pysek P. 2015. Global exchange and accumulation of non-native plants. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature14910 PDF


Heinrichs S & Pauchard A. 2015. Struggling to maintain native plant diversity in a peri-urban reserve surrounded by a highly anthropogenic matrix. Biodivers Conserv DOI 10.1007/s10531-015-0964-y PDF


Aguilera N, Sanhueza C, Guedes LM, Becerra J, Carrasco S & Hernández V. 2015. Does Acacia dealbata express shade tolerance in Mediterranean forest ecosystems of South America?. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.1606 PDF


Aguilera N, Becerra J, Villaseñor-Parada C, Lorenzo P, González L & Hernández V. 2015. Effects and identification of chemical compounds released from the invasive Acacia dealbata Link. Chemistry and Ecology. DOI:10.1080/02757540.2015.1050004 PDF


Hulme PE, Pauchard A, Pyšek P, Vilà M, Alba C, Blackburn TM, Bullock JM, Chytry M, Dawson W, Dunn AM, Essl F, Genovesi P, Maskell LC, Meyerson LA, Nuñez MA, Pergi J, Pescott OL, Pocock M, Richardson DM, Roy HE, Smart SM, Stajerová K, Stohlgren T, van Kleunen M & Winter M. 2015. Challenging the view that invasive non-native plants are not a significant threat to the floristic diversity of Great BritainPNAS 112 (23), E2988-E2989 PDF


Hayward J, Horton TR, Pauchard A & Nuñez MA. 2015. A single ectomycorrhizal fungal species can enable a Pinus invasion. Ecology 96 (5), 1438-1444 PDF


Driscoll D, Catford J, Barney J, Hulme P, Inderjitg, Martina T, Pauchard A, Pysek P, Richardson D, Riley S & Visser V. 2015. Reply to Proença et al.: Sown biodiverse pastures are not a universal solution to invasion risk. doi/10.1073/pnas.1500548112 PDF


Cóbar-Carranza A, García R, Pauchard A & Peña E. 2015. Effects of high temperatures in the germination and seed survival of the invasive species Pinus contorta and two native species of South Chile. BOSQUE 36(1): 53-60, 2015 PDF


García R, Engler M, Peña E, Pollnac F & Pauchard A. 2015. Fuel Characteristics of the invasive shrub Teline monspessulana (L.) K. Koch. International Journal of Wildland Fire PDF


Badano E, Bustamante R, Villarroel E, Marquet P & Cavieres L. 2015. Facilitation by nurse plants regulates community invasibility in harsh environments. Journal of Vegetation Science. Doi: 10.1111/jvs.12274 PDF





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 PDF


Moreira D, de la Barrera F & Bustamante R. 2014. Distance to suburban/wildland border interacts with habitat type for structuring exotic plant communities in a natural area surrounding a metropolitan area in central Chile. Plant Ecology & Diversity, 2014 PDF


Fuentes N, Saldaña A, Kühn I & Klotz S. 2014. Climatic and socio-economic factors determine the level of invasion by alien plants in Chile. Plant Ecology & Diversity, DOI 10.1080/17550874.2014.984003 PDF


Driscoll DA, Catford JA, Barney JN, Hulme PE, Inderjit, Martina TG, Pauchard A, Pyšek P, Richardson DM, Riley S & Visser V. 2014. New pasture plants intensify invasive species risk. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1409347111PDF (Supporting Information)


Kueffer C, Daehler C, Dietz H, McDougall K, Parks C, Pauchard A & Rew L. 2014. The Mountain Invasion Research Network (MIREN). Linking Local and Global Scales for Addressing an Ecological Consequence of Global Change. GAIA 23/3 (2014): 263 – 265 PDF


Pauchard A, García R, Langdon B & Nuñez M. 2014. Invasiones de plantas en ecosistemas forestales: bosques y praderas invadidas. En: Ecología Forestal: Bases para el Manejo Sustentable y Conservación de los Bosques Nativos de Chile. Donoso C, Gonzalez M & & Lara A (ed). pp 673-691. Ediciones Universidad Austral de Chile. (Ask PDF)


Pauchard A, Langdon B, Jiménez A, Cavieres L, Peña E & Núnez M. 2014. Pináceas Invasoras en el Sur de Sudamérica: Patrones, Mecanismos e Impactos. En: Invasiones Biológicas en Chile. Jaksic F, Castro S. pp. 283-308. Editorial Universidad Católica. (Ask PDF)


Cóbar-Carranza A, García R, Pauchard A & Peña E. 2014. Effect of Pinus contorta invasion on forest fuel properties and its potential implications on the fire regime of Araucaria araucana and Nothofagus antarctica forests. Biol Invasions DOI 10.1007/s10530-014-0663-8 PDF


Gundale M, Pauchard A, Langdon B, Peltzer DA, Maxwell BD & Nuñez MA. 2014. Can model species be used to advance the field of invasion ecology?. Biological Invasions. Volume 16, Issue 3, pp 591-607 PDF


Visser V, Langdon B, Pauchard A & Richardson DM. 2014. Unlocking the potential of Google Earth as a tool in invasion science. Biological Invasions. Volume 16, Issue 3, pp 513-534 PDF

Wilson J, Caplat P, Dickie IA, Hui C, Maxwell B, Nuñez MA, Pauchard A, Rejmánek M, Richardson DM, Robertson MP, Spear D, Webber BL, van Wilgen B & Zenni RD. 2014. A standardized set of metrics to assess and monitor tree invasions. Biological Invasions. Volume 16, Issue 3, pp 535-551 PDF


Richardson D, Hui C , Nuñez M & Pauchard A. 2014. Tree invasions: patterns, processes, challenges and opportunities. Biological Invasions. Volume 16, pp 473–481 PDF


García R,Pauchard A & Escudero A. 2014. French broom (Teline monspessulana) invasion in south-central Chile depends on factors operating at different spatial scales. Biological Invasions. Volume 16, Issue 1, pp 113-124 PDF




Pauchard A & Barbosa O. 2013. Regional Assessment of Latin America: Rapid Urban Development and Social Economic Inequity Threaten Biodiversity Hotspots. En: T. Elmqvist et al. (eds.), Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Challenges and Opportunities: A Global Assessment, pp. 589 - 608 (Ask PDF)


Pauchard A, Fuentes N, Jiménez A, Bustamante R & Marticorena A in L.C. Foxcroft et al. (eds.), Plant Invasions in Protected Areas: Patterns, Problems and Challenges, Invading Nature. 2013. Alien Plants Homogenise Protected Areas: Evidence from the Landscape and Regional Scales in South Central Chile. Springer Series in Invasion Ecology. pp 198 - 208 (Ask PDF)


Kueffer C, McDougall K, Alexander J, Daehler C, Edwards P, Haider S, Milbau A, Parks C, Pauchard A, Reshi ZA, Rew LJ, Schroder M & Seipel T. in L.C. Foxcroft et al. (eds.), Plant Invasions in Protected Areas: Patterns, Problems and Challenges, Invading Nature. 2013. Plant Invasions into Mountain Protected Areas: Assessment, Prevention and Control at Multiple Spatial Scales. Springer Series in Invasion Ecology. pp 83 - 113 (Ask PDF)


Urrutia J, Pauchard A & García R. 2013 Differences in plant composition in an Araucaria araucana (Molina) K.Koch and Nothofagus antarctica (G. Forst.) Oerst. forest in a Pinus contorta Douglas ex Loudon invasion gradient. Gayana Bot. 70(1): 92-100, 2013. PDF


Butterfield BJ, Cavieres LA, Cook BJ, Lortie CJ, Pugnaire FI , Xiao S, Anthelme F, Callaway RM, Kikvidze Z , Michalet R, Schob C, Zaitchek B, Dickinson K, Kanka R, Noroozi J, Phoenix GK, Ridenour W, Wipf S, Bjork RG, Gavil R, Maalouf JP, Parajuli V, Reid V, Rixen V, Zhao V & Brooker RW. 2013. Alpine cushion plants inhibit the loss of phylogenetic diversity in severe environments. Ecology Letters 16: 478–486 PDF


Urrutia J, Soto Y, García R & Pauchard A. 2013. Cambios florísticos asociados a un gradiente de invasión de Pinus contorta Douglas & Loudon en un área silvestre protegida del sur de Chile. Boletín RLEPI 3: 41-48. PDF


Arianoutsou M, Delipetrou P, Vilà M, Dimitrakopoulos PG, Celesti-Grapow L, Wardell-Johnson G, Henderson L, Fuentes N, Ugarte-Mendes E, Rundel PW. 2013. Comparative Patterns of Plant Invasions in the Mediterranean Biome. PLoS ONE 8(11): e79174. PDF


Jiménez A, Pauchard A, Marticorena A & Bustamante R. 2013. Distribution patterns of alien plants in protected natural areas and their adjacent areas of south-central Chile. Gayana Bot. 70(1): 87-97, 2013. PDF


Fuentes N, Pauchard A, Sánchez P, Esquivel J & Marticorena A. 2013. A new comprehensive database of alien plant species in Chile based on herbarium records. Biological Invasions.Volume 15, Issue 4, pp 847-858. PDF


Villaseñor-Parada C, Macaya E, Jara-Rojas L & Neill P. Variación espacial y temporal en la producción de gametangios en la macroalga exótica Codium fragile subsp. tomentosoides (Chlorophyta: Bryopsidales) en el submareal de Caldera, Chile. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía Vol. 48, Nº1: 213-218. PDF


Dawson W, Keser L, Winter M, Pyšek P, Kartesz J, Nishino M, Fuentes N, ChytrýM, Celesti-Grapow L, van Kleunen M. 2013. Correlations between global and regional measures of invasiveness vary with region size. NeoBiota 16: 59–80. doi: 10.3897/neobiota.16.4351 PDF


Stohlgren T, Pyšek P, Kartesz J, Nishino M, Pauchard A, Winter M, Pino J, Richardson D, Wilson J, Murray B, Phillips M, Celesti-Grapow L, & Graham J. 2013. Globalization Effects on Common Plant Species. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, Volume 3, pp. 700-706. Waltham, MA: Academic Press. PDF




Domínguez E & Pauchard A. 2012. Ten Years of Exclusion from Grazing Increase Native Plant Diversity in the Austral Patagonian Steppe. pages 59-81. In: Grazing Ecology: Vegetation and Soil Impact. Arévalo J. 2012. Nova Science Publishers Inc. (Ask PDF)


Sagarin R & Pauchard A. 2012. Observation and Ecology, Broadening the Scope of Science to Understand a Complex World, Island Press, Washington DC. 232 pages.


García R, Fuentes-Ramírez A & Pauchard A. 2012. Effects of two nitrogen-fixing invasive plants species on soil chemical properties in south-central Chile, Gayana Bot. 69(1): 189-192. PDF


Seipel T, Kueffer C, Rew L.J, Daehler CC, Pauchard A, Naylor BJ, Alexander JM, Edwards PJ, Parks CG, Arevalo JR, Cavieres LA, Dietz H, Jakobs G, McDougall K, Otto R. & Walsh N. 2011. Processes at multiple scales affect richness and similarity of non-native plant species in mountains around the world. Global Ecology and Biogeography 21:236–246. PDF


Andonian K, Hierro J, Khetsuriani L, Becerra P, Janoyan G, Villareal D, Cavieres L, Fox L & Callaway R. 2011. Geographic mosaics of plant–soil microbe interactions in a global plant invasion. Journal of Biogeography 39:600-608 PDF




McDougall K, Khuroo A, Loope L, Parks C, Pauchard A, Reshi Z, Rushworth I & Kueffer Ch. 2011. Plant Invasions in Mountains: Global Lessons for Better Management. Mountain Research and Development, 31(4):380-387. PDF


Pauchard AGarcía RLangdon B & Fuentes N. 2011. The Invasion of Non-Native Plants in Chile and their Impacts on Biodiversity: History, Current Status, and Challenges for Management. In: Biodiversity Conservation in the Americas: Lessons and Policy Recommendations. Figueroa E. Editorial FEN-Universidad de Chile, Santiago Chile. pág 133-165. (Ask PDF)


Pauchard A, Quiroz C, García R, Anderson CH, Kalin Arroyo M. 2011. Invasiones biológicas en América Latina y el Caribe: tendencias en investigación para la conservación. En: Conservación bilógica: Perspectivas desde América Latina. Simonetti J, Dirzo R. Editorial Universitaria, Santiago Chile. pag 79- 94. (Ask PDF)


Andonian K, Hierro J, Khetsuriani L, Becerra P, Janoyan G, Villarreal D, Cavieres L, Fox L & Callaway R. 2011.Range-Expanding Populations of a Globally Introduced Weed Experience Negative Plant-Soil Feedbacks. PLoS ONE 6(5): e20117. PDF


Alexander J, Kueffer C, Daehler C, Edwards P, Pauchard A & Seipel T. and MIREN Consortium. 2011 "Assembly of nonnative floras along elevational gradients explained by directional ecological filtering and MIREN Consortium" PNAS online doi:10.1073/pnas.1013136108. PDF


Kull C, Shackleton Ch, Cunningham P, Ducatillon C, Dufour-Dror JM, Esler K, Friday J, Gouveia A, Griffin A, Marchante E, Midgley S, Pauchard A, Rangan H, Richardson D, Rinaudo T, Tassin J, Urgenson L, von Maltitz G, Zenni R & Zylstra M. 2011. Adoption, use and perception of Australian acacias around the world. Diversity and Distribution Volume 17, Issue 5, September 2011, Pages: 822–836 PDF


Le Maitre D, Gaertner M, Marchante E, Ens EJ, Holmes P, Pauchard A, O’Farrell P, Rogers A, Blanchard R, Blignaut J & Richardson D. 2011. Impacts of invasive Australian acacias: implications for management and restoration. Diversity and Distribution Volume 17, Issue 5, September 2011, Pages: 1015–1029 PDF


Stohlgren TJ, Pysek P, Kartesz J, Nishino M, Pauchard A, Winter M, Pino J, Richardson DM, Wilson JRU, Murray BR, Phillips ML, Ming-yang L, Celesti-Grapow L. & Font X. 2011. Widespread plant species: natives versus aliens in our changing world. Biological invasions 13:1931–1944 PDF


Fuentes N & Pauchard A. 2011. Documento Técnico sobre el Taller: Evaluación de Riesgo de especies de Plantas Introducidas (ERPI) en Chile: estableciendo prioridades para su manejo o control PDF


Godoy O, Saldaña A, Fuentes N, Valladares F & Gianoli E. 2011 "Forests are not immune to plant invasions: phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation allow Prunella vulgaris to colonize a temperate evergreen rainforest" Biological Invasions: Volume 13, Issue 7, Páginas 1615-1625 PDF


Fuentes N, Marticorena A & Saldaña A. Fallopia sachalinensis (F. Schmidt) Ronse Decr. (Polygonaceae): A new record for the alien flora of Chile Gayana Botánica 68(2) 338-340. PDF


Fuentes-Ramírez A, Pauchard A, Cavieres L & García R. 2011. Survival and growth of Acacia dealbata vs. native trees across an invasion front in south-central Chile Forest Ecology and Management 261:1003-1009 PDF


Gómez-González S, Torres-Díaz C, Valencia G, Torres-Morales P, Cavieres LA & Pausas G. 2011. Anthropogenic fires increase alien and native annual species in the Chilean coastal matorral. Diversity and Distribution 17: 58-67. PDF


Quiroz C, Cavieres LA & Pauchard A. 2011. Assessing the importance of disturbance, site conditions and the biotic barrier for dandelion invasion in an Alpine habitat. Biological Invasions (in press) doi: 10.1007/s10530-011-9971-4. PDF




Fuentes-Ramírez A, Pauchard A, Marticorena A y Sánchez P. 2010. Relación entre la invasión de Acacia dealbata Link (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) y la riqueza de especies vegetales en el centro-sur de Chile. Gayana Botánica 67: 188-197. PDF


McDougall K, Alexander J, Haider S, Pauchard A, Walsh N, & Kueffer C. 2010 "Alien flora of mountains: global comparisons for the development of local preventive measures against plant invasions" Diversity and Distributions, 17: 103–111 PDF


Richardson D, Daehler C, Leishman M, Pauchard A & Pysek P. 2010 "Plant invasions: theoretical and practical challenges" Biological Invasions (2010) 12:3907–3911. PDF


Pauchard A & Jiménez A. 2010. Invasiones de plantas exóticas en áreas protegidas: entendiendo un proceso. Revista Parques PDF


Pauchard A, Nuñez M, Raffaele E, Bustamante R, Legard N, Relva M & Simberloff D. 2010. "Introduced conifer invasions in South America: an update" One-day symposium at 6th Southern Connection Congress – Bariloche, Argentina, 16th February 2010. Frontiers of Biogeography 2.2. PDF


Garcia R, Pauchard A, Cavieres L, Peña E & Rodriguez MF. 2010. "El fuego favorece la invasión de Teline monspessulana (Fabaceae) al aumentar su germinación" Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 83: 443-452, 2010 PDF


Langdon B, Pauchard A & M Aguayo. 2010. Pinus contorta invasion in the Chilean Patagonia: local patterns in a global context. Biological Invasions 12:3961-3971 PDF


Pauchard A. 2010 "Urbanización, una amenaza "estéticamente amigable" para el bosque nativo". Bosque Nativo Nº 45 - Articulos tecnicos, página 28. PDF


Badano EI, Marquet PA & Cavieres LA. 2010. "Predicting effects of ecosystem engineering on species richness along primary productivity gradients". Acta Oecologica-International Journal of Ecology ;36: 46-54. PDF


Nuñez M & Pauchard A. 2010. Biological invasions in developing and developed countries: does one model fit all?. Biological Invasions 12: 707-714. PDF


Castro S, Badano E, Guzman D & Cavieres L. 2010. Biological invasion of a refuge habitat: Anthriscus caucalis (Apiaceae) decreases diversity, evenness, and survival of native herbs in the Chilean matorral. Biological Invasions. 12:1295–1303. PDF


Simberloff D, Nuñe, MA, Ledgard NJ, Pauchard A, Richardson DM, Sarasola M, van Wilgen, BW, Zalba SM, Zenni RD, Bustamante R. Peña E & Ziller SR. 2010. Spread and impact of introduced conifers in South America: Lessons from other southern hemisphere regions. Austral Ecology 35 (5): 489–504. PDF


Sagarin R & Pauchard A. 2010. Observational approaches in ecology open new ground in a changing world. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8: 379-386.PDF




Aguayo, M., Pauchard, A., G. Azocar & Parra, O. 2009. Cambio del uso del suelo en el centro sur de Chile a fines del siglo XX. Entendiendo la dinámica espacial y temporal del paisaje. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 82: 361- 374. PDF


Pauchard A, Kueffer C, McDougall K & Alexander J. 2009. Global networks: a reply to Khuroo et al.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7: 518- 518. PDF


Quiroz C, Pauchard A, Cavieres LA & Anderson CB. 2009. Análisis cuantitativo de la investigación en invasiones biológicas en Chile: tendencias y desafíos. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural. 82: 497-505. PDF


Quiroz C, Choler P, Baptist F, González-Teuber M, Molina-Montenegro MA & Cavieres L. 2009. Alpine dandelions originated in the native and introduced range differ in their responses to environmental constraints. Ecological Research 24: 175-183. PDF


Figueroa J, Cavieres L, Gómez-González S, Molina-Montenegro M & Jaksic F. 2009. Do heat and smoke increase emergence of exotic plant species in the Mediterranean matorral of central Chile? Acta Oecologica 35: 330-340. PDF


Gómez-González S & Cavieres L. 2009. Litter burning does not equally affect seedling emergence of native and alien species of the Mediterranean-type Chilean matorral. International Journal of Wildland Fire 18: 213-221. PDF


Gómez-González S, Cavieres L, Torres P & Torres-Díaz C. 2009. Competitive effects of the alien invasive Centaurea solstitialis L. (Asteraceae) on two Chilean Baccharis species at different life-cycle stages. Gayana Botanica 66: 71-83. PDF


Pauchard A, Kueffer C, Dietz H, Daehler CC, Alexander J, Edwards PJ, Arévalo JR, Cavieres L, Guisan A, Haider S, Jakobs G, McDougall K, Millar CI, Naylor BJ, Parks CG, Rew LJ & Seipel T. 2009. Ain’t no mountain high enough: Plant invasions reaching high elevations. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7: 479-486. PDF






Muñoz AA & Cavieres LA. 2008. The presence of a showy invasive plant disrupts pollinator service and reproductive output in native alpine species only at high densities. Journal of Ecology 96: 459-467. PDF


Cavieres LA. Quiroz CL & Molina-Montenegro MA. 2008. Facilitation of the non-native Taraxacum officinale by native nurse cushion species in the high-Andes of central Chile: are there differences between nurses? Functional Ecology 22: 148-156. PDF


Pauchard A, García R, Peña E, González C, Cavieres L & Bustamante R. 2008. Positive feedbacks between plant invasions and fire regimes: Teline monspesulana (L) K.Kock (Fabaceae) in central Chile. Biological Invasions 10: 547-553. PDF


Jiménez A, Pauchard A, Cavieres LA, Marticorena AE & Bustamante RO. 2008. Do climatically similar regions contain similar alien floras? A test from the mediterranean areas of Chile and California. Journal of Biogeography 35: 614-624. PDF


Kueffer C, Alexander J, Daehler C, McDougall K, Pauchard A, & Miren Consortium. 2008. The Mountain Invasion Research Network (MIREN). Mountain Research Initiative Newsletter 1: 12-14. PDF


Pauchard A,  Langdon B & Peña E. 2008. Potencial invasivo de Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco en Bosques Nativos del Centro-Sur de Chile: patrones y recomendaciones. En: Mujica, R., Grosse, H. y B. Muller-Using (eds.) Bosques Seminaturales: una opción para la rehabilitación de bosques nativos degradados. Instituto Forestal. Pp 89-114.  PDF


Peña E, Hidalgo M, Langdon, B & Pauchard A. 2008. Patterns of spread of Pinus contorta Dougl. ex Loud. invasion in a Natural Reserve in southern South America. Forest Ecology and Management 256: 1049-1054. PDF


Pauchard A & Maheu-Giroux M. 2007. Case study 11.1: Acacia dealbata invasion across multiple scales: Conspicuous flowering species can help us study invasion pattern and processes (pages 166-167) in Underwood, E. and S. Ustin. Trends in Invasive Alien Species. Pages 161-177 in Strand H, Höft R, Strittholt J, Miles L. Horning N, Fosnight E, editors. Sourcebook on Remote Sensing and Biodiversity Indicators. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal, Technical Series no. 32, 201 pages. PDF



Cavieres LA, Badano EI, Sierra-Almeida A & Molina-Montenegro M. 2007. Microclimatic modifications of cushion plants and their consequences for seedlings survival of native and non-native plants in the high-Andes of central Chile. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 39: 229-236. PDF


Badano EI, Villarroel E, Bustamante RO, Marquet PA & Cavieres LA. 2007. Ecosystem engineering facilitates invasions by exotic plants in high-Andean ecosystems. Journal of Ecology 95: 682-688. PDF


García RA, Pauchard A, & Peña E. 2007. Banco de semillas, regeneración y crecimiento de Teline monspessulana (L.) K.Koch después de un incendio forestal. Gayana Botanica 64 (2): 201-210. PDF


Peña E, Langdon B, & Pauchard A. 2007. Árboles exóticos naturalizados en el bosque nativo chileno. Bosque Nativo 40: 3-7. PDF


Pauchard A. 2007. Invasions as spatially explicit processes: contributions to ecology (Letter to the editor). Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5(3):123-124. PDF



Pauchard A & M McKinney. 2006. Introduction (Special Issue "Biological Invasions across Scales: New Insights"). Biological Invasions 8: 397-398. PDF


Pauchard A & Shea K. 2006. Integrating the study of non-native plant invasions across spatial scales. Biological Invasions 8: 399-413. PDF


Pauchard A. & Alaback P. 2006. Edge types defines alien plant species invasions along Pinus contorta burned, highway and clearcut forest edges. Forest Ecology and Management 223: 327-335.  PDF


Pauchard A, Aguayo M, Peña E & Urrutia R. 2006. Multiple effects of urbanization on the biodiversity of developing countries: The case of a fast-growing metropolitan area (Concepción, Chile). Biological Conservation  127: 272-281. PDF




Cavieres LA, Quiroz CL, Molina-Montenegro MA, Muñoz AA, Pauchard A. 2005. Nurse effect of the native cushion plant Azorella monantha on the invasive non-native Taraxacum officinale in the high-Andes of central Chile. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 7: 217-226. PDF



Cuevas J, Marticorena A & Cavieres LA. 2004. New additions to the introduced flora of the Juan Fernández Islands: origin, distribution, life history traits, and potential of invasion. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 77: 523-538. PDF


Pauchard A, Cavieres LA, Bustamante R, Rapoport E & Becerra P. 2004. Increasing the understanding of plant invasions in southern South America: first symposium on Alien Plant Invasions in Chile. Biological Invasions 6: 255-257. PDF


Pauchard A & Alaback P. 2004. Influence of elevation, land use, and landscape context on patterns of alien plant invasions along roadsides in protected areas of south-central Chile. Conservation Biology 18(1):238-248. PDF


Pauchard A, Cavieres LA & Bustamante RO. 2004. Comparing alien plant invasions among regions with similar climates: where to from here? Diversity and Distribution 10: 371-375. PDF