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The recovery of populations of bush rat Rattus fuscipes in forest fragments following major population reduction.

Published online: 21 Sep 2005

Authors: Lindenmayer, D. B. & Cunningham, R. B. & Peakall, R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Understanding the recovery of populations after disturbance is critical to many aspects of applied population management, ranging from the development...

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Gauging recovery of zooplankton from historical acid and metal contamination: the influence of temporal changes in restoration targets.

Published online: 13 Feb 2013

Authors: Palmer, M. E. & Keller, W. & Yan, N. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Clearly defined restoration targets are necessary to judge the effectiveness of management actions in restoring damaged ecosystems. However, the ident...

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Landscape-level vegetation recovery from herbivory: progress after four decades of invasive red deer control.

Published online: 04 Nov 2009

Authors: Tanentzap, A. J. & Burrows, L. E. & Lee, W. G. & Nugent, G. & Maxwell, J. M. & Coomes, D. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Ungulates have reached such high densities in some natural ecosystems that culling is frequently used to reduce their impacts on vegetation. However, ...

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Unburnt habitat patches are critical for survival and in situ population recovery in a small mammal after fire.

Published online: 18 Jun 2021

Authors: Shaw, R. E. & James, A. I. & Tuft, K. & Legge, S. & Cary, G. J. & Peakall, R. & Banks, S. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Fire drives animal population dynamics across many ecosystems. Yet, we still lack an understanding of how most species recover from fire and the effec...

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Disturbance intensity is a stronger driver of biomass recovery than remaining tree-community attributes in a managed Amazonian forest.

Published online: 20 Feb 2019

Authors: Avila, A. L. de & Sande, M. T. van der & Dormann, C. F. & Peña-Claros, M. & Poorter, L. & Mazzei, L. & Ruschel, A. R. & Silva, J. N. M. & Carvalho, J. O. P. de & Bauhus, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Forest recovery following management interventions is important to maintain ecosystem functioning and the provision of ecosystem services. It remains,...

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The effect of spatial scale of treatment with dimethoate on invertebrate population recovery in winter wheat.

Published online: 23 Aug 1995

Authors: Duffield, S. J. & Aebischer, N. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The influence of plot size in assessing the impact of pesticide treatment on invertebrate populations in cereal fields was investigated in winter whea...

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Active restoration fosters better recovery of tropical rainforest birds than natural regeneration in degraded forest fragments.

Published online: 08 Feb 2022

Authors: Priyanka Hariharan & Raman, T. R. S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Ecological restoration has emerged as a key strategy for conserving tropical forests and habitat specialists, and monitoring faunal recovery using ind...

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Vegetation recovery in a desert landscape after wildfires: influences of community type, time since fire and contingency effects.

Published online: 30 Nov 2011

Authors: Engel, E. C. & Abella, S. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Theories of plant succession are poorly developed in arid lands, hindering our understanding of how long communities may take to recover after disturb...

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A degradation threshold for irreversible loss of soil productivity: a long-term case study in China.

Published online: 12 Oct 2011

Authors: Gao Yang & Zhong BingLin & Yue Hui & Wu Bin & Cao ShiXiong

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

During the past three decades, conservation and restoration biologists have increasingly recognized that ecological communities are likely to exhibit ...

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Green-tree retention benefits recovery of ground beetles.

Published online: 10 Nov 2020

Authors: Wu LinHao

Content type: Blog

This paper focuses on the importance of ground beetles (members of the family Carabidae) as major components of forest biodiversity. The effects of re...

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