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Ubiquitous linear developments, such as dirt tracks and firebreaks, termed 'soft' linear developments (SLD), represent weaker landscape modifications ...Read more
Soil erosion control and water resource protection can closely interact during restoration of terrestrial ecosystems. In semi-arid ecosystems, an urge...Read more
Afforestation of the Northern Negev, Israel, from 1956 resulted in patches of primarily coniferous trees that fragmented large scrubland areas. This a...Read more
Based on short-term experimental data, facilitative interactions between woody plants (nurse-recruit interactions) have been described as essential fo...Read more
Habitat alteration and fragmentation are two of the greatest threats to biodiversity. The conservation of most species in highly encroached areas requ...Read more
Climate change is altering disturbance regimes and recovery rates of forests globally. The future of these forests will depend on how climate change i...Read more
Management intervention in ecosystems with degraded environmental services requires innovative resource management strategies that go beyond conventio...Read more
The booted eagle (Hieraaetus pennatus) is a poorly known and scarce raptor that breeds in Spain. In Doñana National Park (SW Spain) its population has...Read more
A substantial part of the world's land base is dominated by agriculture, and forest habitat often consists of discrete patches of forest and linear wo...Read more
Remediation of lands devastated by industry includes various forms of restoration, such as technical reclamation and spontaneous succession. These man...Read more