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Animal conservation translocation is an important tool available to conservation biologists to address problems of isolated, declining or endangered p...Read more
Globally, the conversion of natural forest into agricultural land and human settlement has altered avian diversity and structure often leading to func...Read more
Habitat loss is one of the greatest threats to biodiversity, exerting negative effects on the ecological viability of natural vegetation remnants. The...Read more
As the Earth's biota enters the sixth great mass extinction event recorded in the history of the planet, it is predicted that the erosion of biodivers...Read more
The effects of anthropogenic disturbance upon the stability of wildlife communities depend on the heterogeneity and connectivity of habitat remnants o...Read more
Edge effects are among the most significant consequences of forest fragmentation. Therefore, understanding the impacts of edge creation on biodiversit...Read more
Although crop rotation has been used for centuries to enhance agricultural production, there are surprisingly little data justifying the use of one ro...Read more
Conservation organisations and governments often use charismatic megafauna as surrogates to represent broader biodiversity. While these species are pr...Read more
Ecosystem restoration is an important tool for mitigating biodiversity loss and recovering critical ecosystem services to humanity, but restoration ra...Read more
Climate and land-use change are expected to substantially alter future plant species distributions leading to higher extinction rates. However, little...Read more