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Environmental impact prediction using neural network modelling. An example in wildlife damage.

Published online: 30 Jun 1999

Authors: Spitz, F. & Lek, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The development and validation of an artificial neural network (ANN) in modelling wildlife (wild boar) damage to cultivated fields, a particular insta...

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Modelling global insect pest species assemblages to determine risk of invasion.

Published online: 11 Oct 2006

Authors: Worner, S. P. & Gevrey, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The many thousands of potential invasive species pose one of the greatest threats to global biodiversity world-wide. In this study we propose that ass...

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Climate change will render size-selective harvest of cold-water fish species unsustainable in Mediterranean freshwaters.

Published online: 09 Mar 2021

Authors: Ayllón, D. & Nicola, G. G. & Elvira, B. & Almodóvar, A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Climate change is impacting the composition and functioning of virtually every ecosystem on Earth, and disrupting the productivity of exploited ones. ...

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Deep learning object detection to estimate the nectar sugar mass of flowering vegetation.

Published online: 27 Oct 2021

Authors: Hicks, D. & Baude, M. & Kratz, C. & Ouvrard, P. & Stone, G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Floral resources are a key driver of pollinator abundance and diversity, yet their quantification in the field and laboratory is laborious and require...

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Bat activity and species richness on organic and conventional farms: impact of agricultural intensification.

Published online: 04 Feb 2004

Authors: Wickramasinghe, L. P. & Harris, S. & Jones, G. & Vaughan, N.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Agricultural intensification is perceived to be a major cause of the decline in many European bat populations. Because organic farming prohibits the u...

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Identifying rice fields at risk from damage by the greater flamingo.

Published online: 04 Jul 2001

Authors: Tourenq, C. & Aulagnier, S. & Durieux, L. & Lek, S. & Mesléard, F. & Johnson, A. & Martin, J. L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Since the early 1980s, greater flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber roseus) have been reported to cause damage to the rice fields of the Camargue, southeas...

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Beyond control: wider implications for the management of biological invasions.

Published online: 11 Oct 2006

Authors: Hulme, P. E.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Government departments, environmental managers and conservationists are all facing escalating pressure to address and resolve a diversity of invasive ...

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Hydrological disturbance benefits a native fish at the expense of an exotic fish.

Published online: 11 Oct 2006

Authors: Leprieur, F. & Hickey, M. A. & Arbuckle, C. J. & Closs, G. P. & Brosse, S. & Townsend, C. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Some native fish in New Zealand do not coexist with introduced salmonids. Previous studies of disjunct distributions of exotic brown trout Salmo trutt...

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