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Recovering subtidal forests in human-dominated landscapes.

Published online: 06 Jan 2010

Authors: Gorman, D. & Connell, S. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Policy initiatives that seek to recover lost habitats require the capacity to anticipate and suppress the mechanisms that drive loss. The replacement ...

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Wind-assisted migration potential of the island sugarcane planthopper Eumetopina flavipes (Hemiptera: Delphacidae): implications for managing incursions across an Australian quarantine frontline.

Published online: 01 Dec 2010

Authors: Anderson, K. L. & Deveson, T. E. & Sallam, N. & Congdon, B. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The identification of dispersal mechanisms which facilitate particular biological invasions is paramount for the successful management of invasive spe...

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Effects of soil disturbance on vegetation recovery and nutrient accumulation following whole-tree harvest of a northern hardwood ecosystem.

Published online: 29 Mar 1995

Authors: Mou, P. & Fahey, T. J. & Hughes, J. W.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Accumulation of recovering vegetation is often the principal mechanism limiting nutrient loss following large-scale disturbance of forest ecosystems. ...

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Depletion of heterogeneous source species pools predicts future invasion rates.

Published online: 10 Jan 2018

Authors: Liebhold, A. M. & Brockerhoff, E. G. & Kimberley, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Predicting how increasing rates of global trade will result in new establishments of potentially damaging invasive species is a question of critical i...

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Relative importance of burning, mowing and species translocation in the restoration of a former boreal hayfield: responses of plant diversity and the microbial community.

Published online: 25 May 2005

Authors: Antonsen, H. & Olsson, P. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The extensive loss of species-rich grasslands in Europe as a result of agricultural intensification has triggered a desire to recreate more diverse an...

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Temporal dynamics and drivers of landscape-level spread by emerald ash borer.

Published online: 13 Feb 2021

Authors: Ward, S. F. & Fei SongLin & Liebhold, A. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Non-native insects pose threats to forest health and often spread via stratified dispersal in which long-distance jumps cause elevated rates of range ...

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Lucerne-dominated fields recover native grass diversity without intensive management actions.

Published online: 09 Feb 2011

Authors: Török, P. & Kelemen, A. & Valkó, O. & Deák, B. & Lukács, B. & Tóthmérész, B.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Spontaneous succession is often underappreciated in restoration after the cessation of intensive agricultural management. Spontaneous succession could...

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Hybrid system increases efficiency of ballast water treatment.

Published online: 01 Apr 2015

Authors: Paolucci, E. M. & Hernandez, M. R. & Potapov, A. & Lewis, M. A. & MacIsaac, H. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Ballast water has been a principal pathway of non-indigenous species introduction to global ports for much of the 20th century. In an effort to reduce...

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Conservation of passively dispersed organisms in the context of habitat degradation and destruction.

Published online: 01 Apr 2015

Authors: Teller, B. J. & Miller, A. D. & Shea, K.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Passively dispersed species, such as many plant species, rely on abiotic forces to achieve movement. Despite the fact that such species form the base ...

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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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