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Acacia seed predation by bruchids in an African savanna ecosystem.

Published online: 12 Mar 1997

Authors: Miller, M. F.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

In field studies conducted in Africa between July 1991 and November 1992, Acacia tortilis, A. nilotica and A. mellifera seeds on the ground suffered g...

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Anthropogenic disturbance facilitates a non-native species on offshore oil platforms.

Published online: 20 Feb 2019

Authors: Viola, S. M. & Page, H. M. & Zaleski, S. F. & Miller, R. J. & Doheny, B. & Dugan, J. E. & Schroeder, D. M. & Schroeter, S. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Anthropogenic practices that facilitate species introductions must be identified and modified to improve management and control the spread of non-nati...

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Nest survival modelling using a multi-species approach in forests managed for timber and biofuel feedstock.

Published online: 02 May 2018

Authors: Loman, Z. G. & Monroe, A. P. & Riffell, S. K. & Miller, D. A. & Vilella, F. J. & Wheat, B. R. & Rush, S. A. & Martin, J. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) intercropping is a novel forest management practice for biomass production intended to generate cellulosic feedstocks w...

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Restoration handbook for sagebrush steppe ecosystems with emphasis on greater sage-grouse habitat - Part 1. Concepts for understanding and applying restoration.

Published online: 24 May 2017

Authors: Pyke, D. A. & Chambers, J. C. & Pellant, M. & Knick, S. T. & Miller, R. F. & Beck, J. L. & Doescher, P. S. & Schupp, E. W. & Roundy, B. A. & Brunson, M. & McIver, J. D.

Content type: Bulletin

Sagebrush steppe ecosystems in the United States currently occur on only about one-half of their historical land area because of changes in land use, ...

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