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The use of social attraction techniques to restore seabird colonies on Desecheo Island, Puerto Rico.

Published online: 10 Jul 2021

Authors: Herrera-Giraldo, J. L. & Figuerola-Hernández, C. E. & Wolf, C. A. & Colón-Merced, R. & Ventosa-Febles, E. & Silander, S. & Holmes, N. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Desecheo Island (117 ha) was historically an important seabird island in the Caribbean with 15 species recorded, of which seven are known to breed, in...

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Dietary shift of an invasive predator: rats, seabirds and sea turtles.

Published online: 23 Apr 2008

Authors: Caut, S. & Angulo, E. & Courchamp, F.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Rats have reached about 80% of the world's islands and are among the most successful invasive mammals. Rats are opportunistic predators that are notor...

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A widespread contaminant enhances invasion success of a marine invader.

Published online: 01 Aug 2012

Authors: McKenzie, L. A. & Brooks, R. C. & Johnston, E. L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The global transfer of species by human vectors is continuing despite the use of managerial controls such as antifouling biocides and pesticide applic...

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Coastal wetland adaptation to sea level rise: quantifying potential for landward migration and coastal squeeze.

Published online: 29 May 2019

Authors: Borchert, S. M. & Osland, M. J. & Enwright, N. M. & Griffith, K. T.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Coastal wetland ecosystems are expected to migrate landwards in response to rising seas. However, due to differences in topography and coastal urbaniz...

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Anthropogenic disturbance facilitates a non-native species on offshore oil platforms.

Published online: 20 Feb 2019

Authors: Viola, S. M. & Page, H. M. & Zaleski, S. F. & Miller, R. J. & Doheny, B. & Dugan, J. E. & Schroeder, D. M. & Schroeter, S. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Anthropogenic practices that facilitate species introductions must be identified and modified to improve management and control the spread of non-nati...

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Fishing for mammals: landscape-level monitoring of terrestrial and semi-aquatic communities using eDNA from riverine systems.

Published online: 27 Nov 2020

Authors: Sales, N. G. & McKenzie, M. B. & Drake, J. & Harper, L. R. & Browett, S. S. & Coscia, I. & Wangensteen, O. S. & Baillie, C. & Bryce, E. & Dawson, D. A. & Ochu, E. & Hänfling, B. & Handley, L. L. & Mariani, S. & Lambin, X. & Sutherland, C. & McDevitt, A. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding has revolutionized biomonitoring in both marine and freshwater ecosystems. However, for semi-aquatic and terres...

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Evidence that dingoes limit abundance of a mesopredator in eastern Australian forests.

Published online: 03 Jun 2009

Authors: Johnson, C. N. & VanDerwal, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Aggressive behaviour of top predators may have strong effects on the distribution and abundance of mesopredator species. Such interactions between pre...

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Complementary impacts of small rodents and semi-domesticated ungulates limit tall shrub expansion in the tundra.

Published online: 05 Feb 2014

Authors: Ravolainen, V. T. & Bråthen, K. A. & Yoccoz, N. G. & Nguyen, J. K. & Ims, R. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

While shrubs appear to be expanding in Arctic tundra due to climatic warming, patches of tall shrubs in riparian habitats are most likely to colonize ...

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Effects of predator control on behaviour of an apex predator and indirect consequences for mesopredator suppression.

Published online: 19 Dec 2012

Authors: Brook, L. A. & Johnson, C. N. & Ritchie, E. G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Apex predators can benefit ecosystems through top-down control of mesopredators and herbivores. However, apex predators are often subject to lethal co...

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Responses of male brushtail possums to sterile females: implications for biological control.

Published online: 10 Apr 2002

Authors: Ji WeiHong & Clout, M. N. & Sarre, S. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

1. Increasingly immunocontraception is being considered as a potential method for the biological control of mammalian pests. Although several studies ...

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