His primary areas of investigation include Ecosystem services, Ecology, Introduced species, Environmental resource management and Ecosystem. The study incorporates disciplines such as Conservation planning, Carbon storage and Geographic distribution in addition to Ecosystem services. His work on Invasive species, Biodiversity and Ecology as part of his general Ecology study is frequently connected to Correlative and Simulation modeling, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Adaptive management and Climate change. His biological study deals with issues like Restoration ecology, which deal with fields such as Environmental restoration and Natural capital. His study in the fields of Ecosystem valuation under the domain of Ecosystem overlaps with other disciplines such as Carbon sequestration.
Ecology, Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Invasive species and Biodiversity are his primary areas of study. His study with Ecosystem services involves better knowledge in Ecosystem. His Ecosystem research includes elements of Soil water, Land degradation and Environmental protection.
His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Biodiversity hotspot, Livelihood and Natural resource management. His studies deal with areas such as Prosopis and Biogeography as well as Invasive species. The Biodiversity study combines topics in areas such as Environmental planning, Agriculture, Disturbance, Vegetation and Terrestrial ecosystem.
David C. Le Maitre mainly focuses on Streamflow, Hydrology, Riparian zone, Ecology and Drainage basin. His work deals with themes such as Groundwater discharge, Aquifer, Groundwater and Seasonality, which intersect with Streamflow. In his study, Surface water, Water use, Land cover and Introduced species is strongly linked to Water supply, which falls under the umbrella field of Riparian zone.
Invasive species, Plant species, Acacia mearnsii, Grassland and Biome are subfields of Ecology in which his conducts study. His research investigates the connection with Invasive species and areas like Habitat which intersect with concerns in Species richness. His Drainage basin study frequently involves adjacent topics like Afforestation.
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Trading water for carbon with biological carbon sequestration
Robert B. Jackson;Esteban G. Jobbágy;Esteban G. Jobbágy;Roni Avissar;Somnath Baidya Roy.
Mapping ecosystem services for planning and management
Benis Egoh;Benis Egoh;Belinda Reyers;Mathieu Rouget;David M. Richardson.
Impacts of invasive Australian acacias: implications for management and restoration
David C. Le Maitre;Mirijam Gaertner;Elizabete Marchante;Emilie Jane Ens.
Diversity and Distributions (2011)
A review of information on interactions between vegetation and groundwater
Water SA (1999)
An assessment of the effectiveness of a large, national-scale invasive alien plant control strategy in South Africa
Biological Conservation (2012)
Are Socioeconomic Benefits of Restoration Adequately Quantified? A Meta‐analysis of Recent Papers (2000–2008) in Restoration Ecology and 12 Other Scientific Journals
James Aronson;James N. Blignaut;Suzanne J. Milton;David Le Maitre.
Restoration Ecology (2010)
Ecosystem Services, Land-Cover Change, and Stakeholders: Finding a Sustainable Foothold for a Semiarid Biodiversity Hotspot
Belinda Reyers;Patrick J. O'Farrell;Richard M. Cowling;Benis N. Egoh.
Mapping the potential ranges of major plant invaders in South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland using climatic suitability
Mathieu Rouget;David M. Richardson;Jeanne L. Nel;David C. Le Maitre.
Diversity and Distributions (2004)
Modelling horses for novel climate courses: insights from projecting potential distributions of native and alien Australian acacias with correlative and mechanistic models
Diversity and Distributions (2011)
Prosopis: a global assessment of the biogeography, benefits, impacts and management of one of the world's worst woody invasive plant taxa.
Aob Plants (2014)
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