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Intertidal habitat loss and wildfowl numbers: applications of a spatial depletion model.

Published online: 01 May 1998

Authors: Percival, S. M. & Sutherland, W. J. & Evans, P. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

A spatial depletion model of the responses of grazing wildfowl to the availability of intertidal vegetation at Lindisfarne National Nature reserve, no...

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Destruction of wetland habitats by lesser snow geese: a keystone species on the west coast of Hudson Bay.

Published online: 29 Apr 1990

Authors: Kerbes, R. H. & Kotanen, P. M. & Jefferies, R. L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The numbers and distribution of lesser snow-geese (Chen caerulescens) and their effects on plant communities were studied in a 40 × 200 km area roughl...

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Estimating survival and movements using both live and dead recoveries: a case study of oystercatchers confronted with habitat change.

Published online: 04 Mar 2009

Authors: Duriez, O. & Sæther, S. A. & Ens, B. J. & Choquet, R. & Pradel, R. & Lambeck, R. H. D. & Klaassen, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Animals facing partial habitat loss can try to survive in the remaining habitat or emigrate. Effects on survival and movements should be studied simul...

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A spatial depletion model of the responses of grazing wildfowl to the availability of intertidal vegetation.

Published online: 25 Jan 1997

Authors: Percival, S. M. & Sutherland, W. J. & Evans, P. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

This paper describes the development of a spatial depletion model to predict the distribution and abundance of grazing brent geese (Branta bernicla) a...

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Grazing management can counteract the impacts of climate change-induced sea level rise on salt marsh-dependent waterbirds.

Published online: 10 Apr 2013

Authors: Clausen, K. K. & Stjernholm, M. & Clausen, P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Climate change-induced rises in sea level threaten to drastically reduce the areal extent of important salt marsh habitats for large numbers of waterf...

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River dams and the stability of bird communities: a hierarchical bayesian analysis in a tropical hydroelectric power plant.

Published online: 29 Dec 2020

Authors: Abreu, T. L. S. & Berg, S. B. & Faria, I. P. de & Gomes, L. P. & Marinho-Filho, J. S. & Colli, G. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The effects of anthropogenic disturbance upon the stability of wildlife communities depend on the heterogeneity and connectivity of habitat remnants o...

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Landscape-specific thresholds in the relationship between species richness and natural land cover.

Published online: 18 Dec 2019

Authors: Simmonds, J. S. & Rensburg, B. J. van & Tulloch, A. I. T. & Maron, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Thresholds in the relationship between species richness and natural land cover can inform landscape-level vegetation protection and restoration target...

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Occupancy dynamics in a tropical bird community: unexpectedly high forest use by birds classified as non-forest species.

Published online: 26 May 2010

Authors: Ruiz-Gutiérrez, V. & Zipkin, E. F. & Dhondt, A. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Worldwide loss of biodiversity necessitates a clear understanding of the factors driving population declines as well as informed predictions about whi...

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The California spotted owl: current state of knowledge.

Published online: 07 Feb 2018

Authors: Gutiérrez, R. J. & Manley, P. N. & Stine, P. A.

Content type: Bulletin

This conservation assessment represents a comprehensive review by scientists of the current scientific knowledge about the ecology, habitat use, popul...

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Can offsets really compensate for habitat removal? The case of the endangered red-tailed black-cockatoo.

Published online: 07 Apr 2010

Authors: Maron, M. & Dunn, P. K. & McAlpine, C. A. & Apan, A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Habitat offsets are increasingly used in attempts to avoid the impacts of permitted habitat removal on biodiversity, but their ability to achieve a ge...

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