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Estimation of immigration rate using integrated population models.

Published online: 07 Apr 2010

Authors: Abadi, F. & Gimenez, O. & Ullrich, B. & Arlettaz, R. & Schaub, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The dynamics of many populations is strongly affected by immigrants. However, estimating and modelling immigration is a real challenge. In the past, s...

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Wind-assisted migration potential of the island sugarcane planthopper Eumetopina flavipes (Hemiptera: Delphacidae): implications for managing incursions across an Australian quarantine frontline.

Published online: 01 Dec 2010

Authors: Anderson, K. L. & Deveson, T. E. & Sallam, N. & Congdon, B. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The identification of dispersal mechanisms which facilitate particular biological invasions is paramount for the successful management of invasive spe...

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Determining the immigration potential of plants colonizing disturbed environments: the case of milled peatlands in Quebec.

Published online: 14 May 2003

Authors: Campbell, D. R. & Rochefort, L. & Lavoie, C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

As an aid for restoration projects, the relative potential for plants to immigrate to sites after severe disturbance was investigated and an index dev...

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Shade-grown cacao supports a self-sustaining population of two-toed but not three-toed sloths.

Published online: 05 Feb 2014

Authors: Peery, M. Z. & Pauli, J. N.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The development of shade-grown agro-ecosystems has increasingly been identified as a strategy for conserving tropical biodiversity. While biodiversity...

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Immigration credit of temperate forest herbs in fragmented landscapes-implications for restoration of habitat connectivity.

Published online: 05 Nov 2021

Authors: Brunet, J. & Hedwall, P. O. & Lindgren, J. & Cousins, S. A. O.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

In many agricultural landscapes, it is important to restore networks of forests to provide habitat and stepping stones for forest specialist taxa. Mor...

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Modelling bushfly populations.

Published online: 01 Jan 1980

Authors: Hughes, R. D. & Sands, P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The basic features of the population dynamics of Musca vetustissima Wlk. in Australia have previously been elucidated from field observations and some...

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The introduction of native plant species on industrial waste heaps: a test of immigration and other factors affecting primary succession.

Published online: 15 Apr 1994

Authors: Ash, H. J. & Gemmell, R. P. & Bradshaw, A. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Industrial waste heaps in NW England have become colonized by interesting floras which include regionally uncommon species. However, the range of spec...

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A systems analysis approach to brown planthopper control on rice in Zhejiang Province, China. I. Simulation of outbreaks.

Published online: 09 Feb 1991

Authors: Cheng, J. A. & Holt, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

A simulation model of the population dynamics of the delphacid Nilaparvata lugens on rice in Zhejiang Province, China, was constructed using field pop...

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Failure to coordinate management in transboundary populations hinders the achievement of national management goals: the case of wolverines in Scandinavia.

Published online: 23 Jul 2020

Authors: Gervasi, V. & Linnell, J. D. C. & Brøseth, H. & Gimenez, O.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Large carnivores are expanding in Europe, and their return is associated with conflicts that often result in policies to regulate their population siz...

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Where do the feral oilseed rape populations come from? A large-scale study of their possible origin in a farmland area.

Published online: 23 Apr 2008

Authors: Pivard, S. & Adamczyk, K. & Lecomte, J. & Lavigne, C. & Bouvier, A. & Deville, A. & Gouyon, P. H. & Huet, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Many cultivated species can escape from fields and colonize seminatural habitats as feral populations. Of these, feral oilseed rape is a widespread fe...

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