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Organic farming is thought to lead to increased biodiversity and greater sustainability than higher-yielding conventional farming systems. It is usual...Read more
More effective control of the tsetse fly in Africa will reduce constraints imposed by the livestock disease, trypanosomiasis. Trypanosomiasis lowers l...Read more
House mouse Mus domesticus outbreaks in the grain-growing areas of south-eastern Australia occur irregularly and may be local or widespread, covering ...Read more
The results of this study, which surveyed 38 small farm woodlands ranging in size from 0.05 to 4.45 ha, in an intensive arable region in Cambridgeshir...Read more
Changes in large-scale land use may fragment and degrade habitats, affecting animal species adapted to these habitats. In the UK uplands for example, ...Read more
Small-scale revegetation plantings on farms are common to restoration efforts in agricultural regions worldwide. Such plantings provide habitat for di...Read more
Given the current debate on the global food crisis, conservation in Europe is expected to shift from maximizing biodiversity at the expense of yield t...Read more
Sixty-eight deciduous woodlands, ranging in size from 0.2 to 12.5 ha, were surveyed in East Anglia, UK, and the density of grey squirrels (Sciurus car...Read more
Ecological restoration in rural environments is a global challenge for the 21st century. Restoration measures - such as agri-environment activities, w...Read more
Releasing pheasants in woodlands for game shooting is a widespread practice in the British countryside. Apart from changes to ground flora in woodland...Read more