Philip Ivey

Researcher


Email: 
p.ivey@ru.ac.za
Phone: +27 (0)82 443 0728

BSc, Zoology and Entomology, University of Cape Town (1987)
MSc, University of Birmingham (1993)

Philip is a researcher at the Centre for Biological Control at Rhodes University. He is not based in Grahamstown but travels there regularly.  His research areas include: “Building partnerships to better utilize biological control”, “Sustainable funding for biological control” and “More efficient management of biological control agents”. His research interests include the engagement of non-scientists in research and implementation of biological control, and the promotion of biological control implementation.

Recent publications

Woodford, D.J., Ivey, P., Jordaan, M.S., Kimberg, P.K., Zengeya, T. & Weyl, O.L.F., 2017, ‘Optimising invasive fish management in the context of invasive species legislation in South Africa’, Bothalia 47(2), a2138. https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v47i2.2138

Kaplan, H., Wilson, J.R.U., Klein, H., Henderson, L., Zimmermann, H.G., Manyama, P., Ivey, P., Richardson, D.M. & Novoa, A., 2017, ‘A proposed national strategic framework for the management of Cactaceae in South Africa’, Bothalia 47(2), a2149. https://doi.org/10.4102/abc. v47i2.2149

Zengeya, T., Ivey, P., Woodford, D.J., Weyl, O., Novoa, A., Shackleton, R. et al. 2017, ‘Managing conflict-generating invasive species in South Africa: Challenges and trade-offs’, Bothalia 47(2), a2160. https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v47i2.2160

Kaplan, H., Wilson, J.R.U., Klein, H., Henderson, L., Zimmermann, H.G., Manyama, P., Ivey, P., Richardson, D.M. & Novoa, A., 2017, ‘A proposed national strategic framework for the management of Cactaceae in South Africa’, Bothalia 47(2), a2149. https://doi.org/10.4102/abc. v47i2.2149

Wilson JRU, Ivey P, Manyama P, Nänni I. 2013. A new national unit for invasive species detection, assessment and eradication planning. S Afr J Sci. 2013;109(5/6), Art. #0111, 13 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/sajs.2013/20120111

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