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A framework for assessing the biodiversity and fishery aspects of marine reserves.

Published online: 05 Aug 2009

Authors: Levin, P. S. & Kaplan, I. & Grober-Dunsmore, R. & Chittaro, P. M. & Oyamada, S. & Andrews, K. & Mangel, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Resource management agencies are often charged with managing natural resources for economic and social goals, while also protecting and conserving bio...

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Comparing habitat configuration strategies for retaining biodiversity under climate change.

Published online: 10 Apr 2013

Authors: Mokany, K. & Harwood, T. D. & Ferrier, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Establishing new conservation reserves is a key management response to promote the persistence of biodiversity under climate change. Although there ar...

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Quantifying wildlife watchers' preferences to investigate the overlap between recreational and conservation value of natural areas.

Published online: 28 Aug 2019

Authors: Mancini, F. & Coghill, G. M. & Lusseau, D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Nature-based recreation substantially benefits human wellbeing, for example, by improving physical and mental health. However, recreation can also hav...

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Grazing and scrub clearance promote open dune habitat regeneration in pine plantation canopy gaps in Merseyside, UK.

Published online: 12 May 2020

Authors: Hunt, N. & Mercer, D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Conservation Evidence

Coastal management practices have shifted in recent decades to recognise afforestation of sand dunes as a principle factor in mobile dune system degra...

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Carrying capacity in overwintering birds: when are spatial models needed?

Published online: 14 May 2003

Authors: Goss-Custard, J. D. & Stillman, R. A. & Caldow, R. W. G. & West, A. D. & Guillemain, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

We sometimes need to predict the maximum number of bird-days that can be supported by the food supply in a site used by migratory birds outside the br...

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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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Unraveling local preferences and willingness to pay for different management scenarios: a choice experiment to Biosphere Reserve management.

Published online: 26 Jun 2019

Authors: Castillo-Eguskitza, N. & Hoyos, D. & Onaindia, M. & Czajkowski, M.

Content type: Bulletin

Economic valuation of ecosystem services has emerged as a valuable tool to promote conservation and sustainable land management. Our study adds to thi...

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El Yunque National Forest Atlas.

Published online: 10 Oct 2018

Authors: Quiñones, M. & Parés-Ramos, I. K. & Gould, W. A. & Gonzalez, G. & McGinley, K. & Ríos, P.

Content type: Bulletin

El Yunque National Forest Atlas is a collaborative effort by the International Institute of Tropical Forestry and El Yunque National Forest to provide...

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The fate of land in expiring Conservation Reserve Program contracts, 2013-16.

Published online: 02 Apr 2020

Authors: Bigelow, D. & Claassen, R. & Hellerstein, D. & Breneman, V. & Williams, R. & You ChengXia

Content type: Bulletin

Voluntary retirement of cropland under the USDA's Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) provides numerous benefits related to soil erosion, water quality...

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Core areas for wetland birds in Zuid-Holland. Importance of these [areas] for international obligations regarding other bird species.

Published online: 13 May 2015

Authors: Melman, T. C. P. & Sierdsema, H. & Hammers, M. & Oosterveld, E. & Schotman, A. G. M.

Content type: Bulletin

Wet grasslands (21 190 ha) in the province of Zuid-Holland, Netherlands, are internationally important as a core area for black-tailed godwits (Limosa...

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