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One of the major challenges in invasion biology is to predict the likelihood of naturalization, and ultimately invasiveness, of species from propertie...Read more
In light of global climate change and the biodiversity crisis, making cities more resilient through an adjusted design of urban green and blue spaces ...Read more
In North America, herbicides are commonly used to control non-native invasive plants on public wildlands. Little is known about the magnitude, efficac...Read more
Losses of farmland birds from the wider countryside have become a major conservation issue in the UK and Europe. Song thrush Turdus philomelos populat...Read more
Research weaving is an approach that combines systematic mapping methods with bibliometric and scientometric analyses, shedding light on how research ...Read more
The utilization by herbivores of plant spp. growing in 32 moorland sites was investigated. Occupance of the moorland by cattle and sheep was determine...Read more
Payments to private landholders for providing biodiversity land can improve conservation outside protected areas. Input-based payments are widely used...Read more
Sodium chloride is used as the standard de-icing agent on motorways in England at annual application rates varying from 2 to 20 tonnes per lane km. So...Read more
Transfer to the central reserve of salt applied to motorway carriageways and the leaching of sodium and chloride ions from the soil of the reserve are...Read more
Single and combined treatments of 2,4,5-T were applied by paintbrush to cut Betula pendula and B. pubescens stumps and fosamine was applied by foliar ...Read more