From the text (p.45) ... 'In this chapter I have presented a number of examples of how plant invasions can alter fire regimes. Although the ecological implications of these changes can be significant, one must remember that few plant invasions will result in fire regimes shifted beyond their reference conditions. Even so, the potential effects of invaders on fire regimes must be considered along with other potential effects when prioritizing plant invaders for management (for example, Warner and others 2003). To help in this task, I have described key elements linking fuel conditions with fire regimes that can help in screening plant invaders for their potential effects. This task would further benefit from additional examples of cases where invasions by nonnative plants have altered fire regimes. There are very likely many examples that await discovery, especially in contexts where these relationships may not be expected or otherwise cause people to take notice.'