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Climate change refugia for the flora and fauna of England.

Published online: 20 Mar 2021

Published by: Natural England

Authors: Suggitt, A. J. & Wilson, R. J. & August, T. A. & Beale, C. M. & Bennie, J. J. & Dordolo, A. & Fox, R. & Hopkins, J. J. & Isaac, N. J. B. & Jorieux, P. & Macgregor, N. A. & Marcetteau, J. & Massimino, D. & Morecroft, M. D. & Pearce-Higgins, J. W. & Walker, K. & Maclean, I. M. D.

Content type: Miscellaneous

A variety of evidence suggests that species may be able to withstand the effects of climate change in localised environments known as refugia, where s...

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Plant guilds drive biomass response to global warming and water availability in subalpine grassland.

Published online: 07 Feb 2007

Authors: Sebastià, M. T.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The consequences of global warming and changes in resource availability were investigated in subalpine grasslands in the Pyrenees. These communities a...

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Testing the use of interviews as a tool for monitoring trends in the harvesting of wild species.

Published online: 29 Oct 2008

Authors: Jones, J. P. G. & Andriamarovololona, M. M. & Hockley, N. & Gibbons, J. M. & Milner-Gulland, E. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Many aspects of human behaviour impact on ecological systems. Ecologists therefore need information on changes in these behaviours and are increasingl...

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A double-observer method for reducing bias in faecal pellet surveys of forest ungulates.

Published online: 29 Oct 2008

Authors: Jenkins, K. J. & Manly, B. F. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Faecal surveys are used widely to study variations in abundance and distribution of forest-dwelling mammals when direct enumeration is not feasible. T...

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Controlling a plant invader by targeted disruption of its life cycle.

Published online: 18 Apr 2012

Authors: Dauer, J. T. & McEvoy, P. B. & Sickle, J. van

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Pest management strategies should be informed by research on a broad suite of biotic and abiotic interactions. We used a life table response experimen...

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Developing a population target for an overabundant ungulate for ecosystem restoration.

Published online: 03 Aug 2011

Authors: Serrouya, R. & McLellan, B. N. & Boutin, S. & Seip, D. R. & Nielsen, S. E.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Ecosystem restoration typically focuses on re-establishing native plant communities with the hope of restoring ecological processes over the long term...

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Mapping uncertainty: sensitivity of wildlife habitat ratings to expert opinion.

Published online: 19 Jan 2005

Authors: Johnson, C. J. & Gillingham, M. P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Expert opinion is frequently called upon by natural resource and conservation professionals to aid decision making. Where species are difficult or exp...

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Estimating population size by genotyping remotely plucked hair: the Eurasian badger.

Published online: 17 Nov 2004

Authors: Frantz, A. C. & Schaul, M. & Pope, L. C. & Fack, F. & Schley, L. & Muller, C. P. & Roper, T. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Size is a basic attribute of any population but it is often difficult to estimate, especially if the species under investigation is rare or cryptic. F...

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The role of western-based scientific, indigenous and local knowledge in wildlife management and conservation.

Published online: 22 Oct 2021

Authors: Kadykalo, A. N. & Cooke, S. J. & Young, N.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: People and Nature

Managers of wildlife are faced with decisions and issues that are increasingly complex, spanning natural and human dimensions (i.e. values, preference...

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The context of REDD+ in Tanzania: drivers, agents and institutions.

Published online: 13 Jan 2016

Authors: Kweka, D. & Carmenta, R. & Hyle, M. & Mustalahti, I. & Dokken, T. & Brockhaus, M.

Content type: Bulletin

Since 2009, CIFOR has implemented the policy component of the Global Comparative Study of REDD+ in fourteen countries: Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, ...

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