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Re-establishment of native forest species in rural landscapes may be conditioned by the proximity of seed sources, the post-disturbance composition of...Read more
Short-term recruitment and long-term regeneration of 18 species of shrubs and trees in over 600 populations in eastern South Australia were determined...Read more
Agricultural intensification is a main threat to biodiversity, and vineyards are particularly concerning because of their increasing extent and intens...Read more
Chaparral, a type of shrubland common throughout the California Floristic Province, is subject to management and removal in regions where wildfire thr...Read more
Concern about the effects of habitat fragmentation has led to increasing interest in dispersal and connectivity modelling. Most modern techniques for ...Read more
Key to the long-term resilience of dryland ecosystems is the recovery of foundation plant species following disturbance. In ecosystems with high inter...Read more
The effects of severe exotic disturbance (construction, heavy-vehicle activity, landfill operations, soil excavation and tillage, occurring 1-71 years...Read more
Landscape connectivity, the ability of species to move between different elements of a landscape, has been evaluated mainly by expert opinion, proxy d...Read more
Tourism and leisure activities have increased continuously all over the world during the past decades, exerting a growing pressure upon naturally frag...Read more
Up to 73% of the world's rangelands are degraded, and increasing demand for meat in developing countries and a growing human population are likely to ...Read more