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Anthropogenic noise is a pervasive and increasing source of disturbance to wildlife. Marine mammals exhibit behavioural and physiological responses to...Read more
To know what do stakeholders and decision makers want in a valuation process, and what would 'best practice' valuation look like, indigenous Māori cus...Read more
Forests are landscape-embedded complex systems with fates determined by multitudes of changing and interacting factors that are sectoral and extra-sec...Read more
The authors of 'Standards for ecologically successful restoration' (Palmer et al. 2005) are commended for clearly articulating and discussing the nuan...Read more
This paper compares the use of tree islands to other strategies for tropical forest restoration. The ecological and economic benefits brought about by...Read more
Does disturbance increase or decrease parasite transmission among wildlife hosts? Ecologists cannot answer this controversial question, in part becaus...Read more
Applied ecology, like conservation research, may deal with societal issues if its scientifically based interventions have societal consequences. Human...Read more
Harbour porpoises frequently alter their behaviour in response to underwater sound from shipping, seismic surveys, drilling and marine renewables. Les...Read more
Altered animal distributions are a consequence of human expansion and development. Anthropogenic noise can be an important predictor of abundance decl...Read more
Effective biodiversity conservation can be hampered by the compartmentalisation of technical advice, guidance, objectives and strategy according to ha...Read more