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This paper presents the results of studies conducted to identify management strategies to help inform how ecosystems should be restored in areas of hi...Read more
Different pressures often co-occur in rivers and act simultaneously on important processes and variables. This complicates the diagnosis of hydromorph...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
Converting natural areas into land used for production causes dramatic changes in the configuration of landscapes. Both the loss and fragmentation of ...Read more
Preventing biodiversity loss in fragmented agricultural landscapes is a global problem. The persistence of biodiversity within remnant vegetation can ...Read more
Environmental stochasticity and low demographic rates may cause delayed extinctions of habitat-specialist species that were initially retained within ...Read more
Habitat loss, habitat fragmentation, overexploitation and climate change pose familiar and new challenges to conserving natural populations throughout...Read more
Reliable estimates of dispersal rates between habitat patches (i.e. functional connectivity) are critical for predicting long-term effects of habitat ...Read more
Plant-pollinator mutualisms are fundamental to natural and agricultural systems. In Australia, several species of native plants produce large volumes ...Read more
Corridors are commonly used to connect fragments of wildlife habitat, yet the identification of conservation corridors typically neglects processes of...Read more