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The riparian vegetation of many rivers around the world is impacted by flow regulation for hydropower. Water levels behind dams are being raised to ge...Read more
Bumblebees inhabit spatially heterogeneous landscapes that are likely characterized by population sources and sinks. To date, most studies of bumblebe...Read more
Mass effect, allowing species to persist in unfavourable habitats, and dispersal limitation, preventing species from reaching favourable habitats, are...Read more
The invasive yellow-legged hornet was first discovered in Europe, in south-western France, in 2004. It has since spread very rapidly and has caused si...Read more
Understanding larval connectivity patterns in exploited fishes is a fundamental prerequisite for developing effective management strategies and assess...Read more
The application of a filter-based assembly model is a promising concept to support ecological restoration. The filters illustrate dispersal, abiotic a...Read more
Despite high levels of disturbance and habitat modification, urban ecosystems still host substantial levels of biodiversity. The processes that mainta...Read more
Management decisions regarding invasive plants often have to be made quickly and in the face of fragmentary knowledge of their population dynamics. Ho...Read more
1. Human visitors are associated with the unintended dispersal of weeds, seeds and pathogens across ecological communities. With the increasing popula...Read more
Over the past centuries, European streams have been heavily influenced by humans through pollution and regulation. As a result, the quality and divers...Read more