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Wild bee pollinators provide the majority of crop visitation across land-use gradients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, USA.

Published online: 04 Jun 2008

Authors: Winfree, R. & Williams, N. M. & Gaines, H. & Ascher, J. S. & Kremen, C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Concern about a global decline in wild pollinators has increased interest in how pollinators are affected by human land use, and how this, in turn, af...

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Bright spots in agricultural landscapes: identifying areas exceeding expectations for multifunctionality and biodiversity.

Published online: 29 May 2019

Authors: Frei, B. & Renard, D. & Mitchell, M. G. E. & Seufert, V. & Chaplin-Kramer, R. & Rhemtulla, J. M. & Bennett, E. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Agriculture's influence on humanity is a dichotomy of promise and peril. Research on the food-environment dilemma has highlighted the environmental co...

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Vulnerability and adaptation strategies of dairy farming systems to extreme climate events in southwest Uganda: results of CSA-PRA workshops.

Published online: 04 Sep 2019

Authors: Vries, M. de

Content type: Bulletin

Prolonged droughts and excess rainfall are expected to increase in frequency and intensity in southwest Uganda as a result of climate change. The aim ...

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The kangaroo conundrum: home range studies and implications for land management.

Published online: 30 Mar 2005

Authors: Viggers, K. L. & Hearn, J. P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The movement of native herbivores onto agricultural land is a key management issue world-wide as they may compete with domestic livestock for pasture ...

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Effects of supplementary feeding on territoriality, breeding success and survival of pheasants.

Published online: 10 Jun 1999

Authors: Hoodless, A. N. & Draycott, R. A. H. & Ludiman, M. N. & Robertson, P. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The effects of supplementary food in spring on subsequent pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) breeding in an intensively farmed area in southern England we...

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The decline of heathland seed populations following the conversion to agriculture.

Published online: 17 Sep 1997

Authors: Pywell, R. F. & Putwain, P. D. & Webb, N. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The composition and size of the germinable seed populations of undisturbed heathland soils in SE Dorset were compared to those of adjacent farmland wh...

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Agribusiness models for inclusive growth in Myanmar: diagnosis and ways forward.

Published online: 04 Mar 2015

Authors: Byerlee, D. R. & Kyaw, D. & Thein, U. S. & Kham, L. S.

Content type: Bulletin

The objective of this study is to provide strategic policy priorities for attracting agribusiness investments and managing land resources for inclusiv...

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Investigating effects of shipping on common scoter and red-throated diver distributions in Liverpool Bay SPA.

Published online: 10 Nov 2022

Published by: Natural England

Authors: Burt, M. L. & Mackenzie, M. L. & Bradbury, G. & Darke, J.

Content type: Miscellaneous

This report outlines the statistical analysis and modelling undertaken to understand how different aspects of shipping (i.e. ship size and distance to...

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Industrial bees: the impact of apicultural intensification on local disease prevalence.

Published online: 01 Sep 2020

Authors: Bartlett, L. J. & Rozins, C. & Brosi, B. J. & Delaplane, K. S. & Roode, J. C. de & White, A. & Wilfert, L. & Boots, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

It is generally thought that the intensification of farming will result in higher disease prevalences, although there is little specific modelling tes...

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Landscape-scale conservation: collaborative agri-environment schemes could benefit both biodiversity and ecosystem services, but will farmers be willing to participate?

Published online: 16 Oct 2013

Authors: McKenzie, A. J. & Emery, S. B. & Franks, J. R. & Whittingham, M. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The primary aim of many agri-environment schemes (AES) is to enhance biodiversity; however, the results of AES designed for this purpose have, to date...

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