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Past, present and future distributions of bumblebees in South America: identifying priority species and areas for conservation.

Published online: 16 Dec 2020

Authors: Silva Krechemer, F. da & Marchioro, C. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Climate change has been commonly associated with a decline of bumblebee populations around the world. However, most information regarding the impacts ...

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U.S. geological survey cooperative fish and wildlife research units program - 2016 research abstracts.

Published online: 21 Jun 2017

Authors: Dennerline, D. E. & Childs, D. E.

Content type: Bulletin

This work contains abstracts of the ongoing research investigations of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Resear...

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The distribution of dicotyledonous arable weeds in relation to distance from the field edge.

Published online: 03 Aug 1995

Authors: Wilson, P. J. & Aebischer, N. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Three surveys were conducted in barley or other cereal crops in Hampshire, UK, during 1988 and 1989. In the first survey (of a spring barley crop), th...

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Importance of regional species pools and functional traits in colonization processes: predicting re-colonization after large-scale destruction of ecosystems.

Published online: 29 Oct 2008

Authors: Kirmer, A. & Tischew, S. & Ozinga, W. A. & Lampe, M. von & Baasch, A. & Groenendael, J. M. van

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Large-scale destruction of ecosystems caused by surface mining provides an opportunity for the study of colonization processes starting with primary s...

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Habitat area but not habitat age determines wild bee richness in limestone quarries.

Published online: 04 Mar 2009

Authors: Krauss, J. & Alfert, T. & Steffan-Dewenter, I.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Within highly modified European landscapes, limestone quarries can act as important secondary habitats for a range of endangered wild bee species. How...

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Are threatened plant species specialists, or just more vulnerable to disturbance?

Published online: 08 Oct 2014

Authors: Monks, A. & Burrows, L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Many studies report an association between species rarity and/or threat status, and habitat specialization. However, specialization is often inferred ...

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Restoration of riverine inland sand dune complexes: implications for the conservation of wild bees.

Published online: 04 Nov 2009

Authors: Exeler, N. & Kratochwil, A. & Hochkirch, A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The evaluation of restoration measures is an important task of conservation biology. Inland sand dunes and dry, oligotrophic grasslands have become ra...

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Are fish sensitive to trawling recovering in the Northeast Atlantic?

Published online: 25 Nov 2020

Authors: Rindorf, A. & Gislason, H. & Burns, F. & Ellis, J. R. & Reid, D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The protection of sensitive species from overfishing is a key aspect of the ecosystem approach to fisheries management. We use life-history parameters...

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Synergistic impacts of aggressive species on small birds in a fragmented landscape.

Published online: 07 Aug 2021

Authors: Westgate, M. J. & Crane, M. & Florance, D. & Lindenmayer, D. B.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Attempts to conserve threatened species in fragmented landscapes are often challenging because factors such as habitat loss, habitat degradation and d...

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Spontaneous succession in limestone quarries as an effective restoration tool for endangered arthropods and plants.

Published online: 10 Mar 2010

Authors: Tropek, R. & Kadlec, T. & Karesova, P. & Spitzer, L. & Kocarek, P. & Malenovsky, I. & Banar, P. & Tuf, I. H. & Hejda, M. & Konvicka, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The view of post-mining sites is rapidly changing among ecologists and conservationists, as sensitive restoration using spontaneous succession may tur...

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