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Understorey removal effects on tree regeneration in temperate forests: a meta-analysis.

Published online: 04 Mar 2021

Authors: Lombaerde, E. de & Baeten, L. & Verheyen, K. & Perring, M. P. & Ma ShiYu & Landuyt, D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The unwanted development of dense understorey vegetation composed of resource-acquisitive, tall plant species competing strongly with tree regeneratio...

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Predator control may not increase ungulate populations in the future: a formal meta-analysis.

Published online: 17 Aug 2021

Authors: Clark, T. J. & Hebblewhite, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Human-dominated landscapes are being recolonized by large carnivores, thereby increasing conflicts worldwide via predation of livestock and harvested ...

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Invasive plant removal method determines native plant community responses.

Published online: 15 Apr 2009

Authors: Flory, S. L. & Clay, K.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Restoration of habitats invaded by non-native plants should include both the removal of invasive plants and re-establishment of native plant communiti...

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Responses of macroinvertebrate communities to small dam removals: implications for bioassessment and restoration.

Published online: 20 Feb 2019

Authors: Carlson, P. E. & Donadi, S. & Sandin, L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Small dam removals are increasing on a global scale; yet, general predictions of organism response to dam removal are constrained by heterogeneity of ...

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Comparing opportunistic and strategic removal efforts to manage invasive fish species using a dynamic multi-state occupancy model.

Published online: 24 Dec 2021

Authors: Rogosch, J. S. & Olden, J. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Growing ecological and economic impacts of invasive species have heightened the need for new science to inform management that prevents and counteract...

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The effects of density and the timing of removal on interference between barley, white mustard and wild oats.

Published online: 01 Jan 1973

Authors: Haizel, K. A. & Harper, J. L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The results are reported of glasshouse trials in which the interspecific effects of barley, white mustard (Sinapis alba) and wild oats (Avena fatua) g...

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Does topsoil removal in grassland restoration benefit both soil nematode and plant communities?

Published online: 21 Jul 2020

Authors: Resch, M. C. & Schütz, M. & Graf, U. & Wagenaar, R. & Putten, W. H. van der & Risch, A. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Successful restoration of semi-natural grasslands on grasslands previously subject to intensive management needs to overcome manifold barriers. These ...

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Topsoil removal through scarification improves natural regeneration in high-graded Nothofagus old-growth forests.

Published online: 02 May 2018

Authors: Soto, D. P. & Puettmann, K. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

High grading by removing the majority of trees with superior timber quality has led to loss of productivity and biodiversity in forests. Typically, af...

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Grassland birds demonstrate delayed response to large-scale tree removal in central North America.

Published online: 03 Feb 2016

Authors: Thompson, S. J. & Arnold, T. W. & Fieberg, J. & Granfors, D. A. & Vacek, S. & Palaia, N.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Maintenance of early successional and open habitats often requires active removal of encroaching vegetation. In many cases, fire or other historically...

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Large predators can mitigate nutrient losses associated with off-site removal of animals from a wildlife reserve.

Published online: 18 Aug 2021

Authors: Abraham, A. J. & Webster, A. B. & Prys-Jones, T. O. & Roux, E. le & Smith, D. & McFayden, D. & Jager, P. C. de & Clauss, M. & Doughty, C. E.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Animals concentrate key nutrients in their bodies. In fenced wildlife reserves where nutrient input and/or retention is low, the off-site removal of a...

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