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Even when we cannot eradicate an invasive species, we may be able to reduce its ecological impact. In Australia, a critically endangered predator, the...Read more
Non-lethal methods of controlling wildlife foraging damage may offer conservation, ethical, legal and efficacy advantages over lethal control. Chemica...Read more
The following is based largely on the author's summary. The amount of damage caused by locusts and grasshoppers is a function of a number of complex v...Read more
Overgrazing by exotic herbivores has a widespread impact on plant communities. We used the removal of exotic European rabbits, goats and donkeys from ...Read more
There is general concern that local loss of plant diversity will adversely impact net primary productivity and other ecosystem properties. However, me...Read more
1. Though coffee was traditionally grown as an understory crop beneath mature trees (i.e. 'shade-grown' coffee), most farms have been converted to ful...Read more
Accurate methods for estimating the intensity of browsing by herbivores are fundamental to understanding the ecology of shrub communities. Quantifying...Read more
Anthropogenic subsidies to native predators can have cascading effects on sensitive prey populations, but the spatial mechanisms behind these effects ...Read more
Slugs are a serious pest of many crops, including winter wheat, but current methods of control are unreliable. As part of a research study into the po...Read more
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