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Alien invasive species (AIS) are one of the major causes of biodiversity loss and global homogenization. Once an AIS becomes established, costs of con...Read more
These proceedings contain the full-length papers, extended abstracts, and research abstracts of oral presentations and posters given at the Sixth Inte...Read more
Agricultural expansion is predicted to increase agrochemical use two to fivefold by 2050 to meet food demand. Experimental evidence suggests that agro...Read more
Attention is shifting from simplistic explanations of global amphibian declines that posit a single cause (such as climate change, pesticide contamina...Read more
Plantation silviculture is increasing globally and is particularly intensive in temperate coniferous forests, where densely planting trees requires pr...Read more
Rivers and floodplains are among the most threatened ecosystems. Hydroelectric power plants and embankments have reduced the hydrological connectivity...Read more
Improved water quality, through a reduction in diffuse pollution from agricultural sources, is an expected benefit of agri-environment schemes, but th...Read more
Eutrophication remains a major stress for freshwater biodiversity. Its deleterious consequences on biodiversity are well documented for large waterbod...Read more
Occupancy estimates can inform biodiversity managers about the distribution of elusive species, such as the Pyrenean desman Galemys pyrenaicus, a smal...Read more
A valid strategy to mitigate the eutrophication of water bodies due to non-point source phosphorus (P) pollution and to reduce the emissions of greenh...Read more