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Restoration thinning permits stems to capitalize on high-rainfall years in a regenerating endangered forest ecosystem.

Published online: 15 May 2021

Authors: Towers, I. R. & Dwyer, J. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Passively regenerating native vegetation presents a cost-effective opportunity to sequester carbon and reinstate habitat in heavily cleared agricultur...

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Probability of occurrence and phenology of pine wilt disease transmission by insect vectors in the Rocky Mountains.

Published online: 16 Apr 2021

Authors: Atkins, D. H. & Davis, T. S. & Stewart, J. E.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Pine wilt disease, caused by pinewood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus; abbreviated 'PWN'), is a damaging and globally distributed insect-vectored...

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Relative impacts of gypsy moth outbreaks and insecticide treatments on forest resources and ecosystems: an experimental approach.

Published online: 12 Apr 2021

Authors: Leroy, B. M. L. & Lemme, H. & Braumiller, P. & Hilmers, T. & Jacobs, M. & Hochrein, S. & Kienlein, S. & Müller, J. & Pretzsch, H. & Stimm, K. & Seibold, S. & Jaworek, J. & Hahn, W. A. & Müller-Kroehling Stefan & Weisser WolfgangW.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Gypsy moth outbreaks cause severe defoliation in Holarctic forests, both in North America where it is invasive, and in its native range in Eurasia. De...

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Deadly dormmate: a case study on Bungarus candidus living among a student dormitory with implications for human safety.

Published online: 08 Apr 2021

Authors: Hodges, C. W. & Barnes, C. H. & Patungtaro, P. & Strine, C. T.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

1. Snakebite, which was reclassified as a neglected tropical disease by theWorld Health Organization in 2017, afflicts at least 1.8-2.7 million people...

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Species data for understanding biodiversity dynamics: the what, where and when of species occurrence data collection.

Published online: 08 Apr 2021

Authors: Petersen, T. K. & Speed, J. D. M. & Grøtan, V. & Austrheim, G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

1. The availability and quantity of observational species occurrence records have greatly increased due to technological advancements and the rise of ...

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Herbicide effects on the establishment of a native bunchgrass in annual grass invaded areas: indaziflam versus imazapic.

Published online: 15 May 2021

Authors: Terry, T. J. & Madsen, M. D. & Gill, R. A. & Anderson, V. J. & Clair, S. B. S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Annual grass invasion is transforming the western United States and driving a need for restoration techniques that can both reduce exotic annual grass...

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Using macroecological species distribution models to estimate changes in the suitability of sites for threatened species reintroduction.

Published online: 16 Apr 2021

Authors: Bellis, J. & Longden, M. & Styles, J. & Dalrymple, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Species reintroductions often aim to establish populations of threatened taxa over the long-term. However, climate change may jeopardize reintroductio...

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Using UAV-mounted thermal cameras to detect the presence of nesting nightjar in upland clear-fell: a case study in South Wales, UK.

Published online: 12 Apr 2021

Authors: Shewring, M. P. & Vafidis, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

1. Confirming the presence and location of European Nightjar Caprimulgus europaeus nests is a significant fieldwork challenge in ecological monitoring...

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Coffee pulp accelerates early tropical forest succession on old fields.

Published online: 13 May 2021

Authors: Cole, R. J. & Zahawi, R. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Applying nutrient-rich agricultural by-products, such as fruit peels and pulp, to degraded land has been proposed as a strategy to overcome a number o...

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Reverse diel vertical movements of oceanic Manta rays off the northern coast of Peru and implications for conservation.

Published online: 08 Apr 2021

Authors: Andrzejaczek, S. & Schallert, R. J. & Forsberg, K. & Arnoldi, N. S. & Cabanillas-Torpoco, M. & Purizaca, W. & Block, B. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

An understanding of the vertical movements of elasmobranchs across their range is crucial to defining critical habitat use, its overlap with anthropog...

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