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Relative bee abundance varies by collection method and flowering richness: implications for understanding patterns in bee community data.

Published online: 03 Jul 2021

Authors: Kuhlman, M. P. & Burrows, S. & Mummey, D. L. & Ramsey, P. W. & Hahn, P. G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Recent declines in wild bee populations have led to increases in conservation actions and monitoring of bee communities. Pan traps are a commonly used...

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A comparison of two pollinators: the introduced honey bee Apis mellifera and an indigenous bee Centris tarsata on cashew Anacardium occidentale in its native range of NE Brazil.

Published online: 04 Jun 1998

Authors: Freitas, B. M. & Paxton, R. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Aspects of the flowering biology of wild cashew A. occidentale, an andromonoecious, self-fertile tree, were investigated in north-east Brazil, where t...

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Invasion landscapes as social-ecological systems: role of social factors in invasive plant species control.

Published online: 29 Oct 2021

Authors: Yletyinen, J. & Perry, G. L. W. & Burge, O. R. & Mason, N. W. H. & Stahlmann-Brown, P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: People and Nature

Biological invasions are a major threat to biodiversity and human well-being. Scientists and environmental managers typically seek ecological solution...

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Shoot competition and root competition.

Published online: 14 Jun 1988

Authors: Wilson, J. B.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The effects of shoot and root competition in 23 studies including additive and replacement techniques, radial and linear layouts, several of methods o...

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Modelling the choice between and the costs of multiple-use vs. specialized forest management.

Published online: 10 May 2017

Authors: Garcia, S. & Petucco, C. & Thorsen, B. J. & Vedel, S. E.

Content type: Bulletin

Forests provide ecosystem services jointly with timber production. In some cases, private forest owners implement management actions in order to enhan...

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Home is where the heat is: thermoregulation of European bats inhabiting artificial roosts and the threat of heat waves.

Published online: 07 Oct 2022

Authors: Czenze, Z. J. & Noakes, M. J. & Wojciechowski, M. S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Anthropogenic land use changes, such as deforestation and commercial forestry, have substantially reduced natural roost sites for European bats. A com...

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'Social distancing' between plants may amplify coastal restoration at early stage.

Published online: 20 Apr 2022

Authors: Huang Hao & Xu Chi & Liu QuanXing

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Ecological restoration is crucial to counteract the degradation of coastal ecosystems. Recent studies increasingly suggest that coastal restoration su...

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Growth, water relations and nutrition of three grassland annuals as affected by drought.

Published online: 01 Jan 1975

Authors: Gerakis, P. A. & Guerrero, F. P. & Williams, W. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

3 winter annuals were grown under glasshouse conditions to evaluate their behaviour under varying soil moisture stress and population density. The red...

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Least-cost path analysis for urban greenways planning: a test with moths and birds across two habitats and two cities.

Published online: 11 Mar 2021

Authors: Balbi, M. & Croci, S. & Petit, E. J. & Butet, A. & Georges, R. & Madec, L. & Caudal, J. P. & Ernoult, A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

One of the major planning tools to respond to urban landscape fragmentation is the development of ecological corridors, that is, interconnected networ...

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Using network connectivity to prioritise sites for the control of invasive species.

Published online: 11 Oct 2017

Authors: Perry, G. L. W. & Moloney, K. A. & Etherington, T. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Habitat connectivity is a crucial determinant of population dynamics in fragmented landscapes. The corollary of the emphasis on maintaining connectivi...

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