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Identifying rice fields at risk from damage by the greater flamingo.

Published online: 04 Jul 2001

Authors: Tourenq, C. & Aulagnier, S. & Durieux, L. & Lek, S. & Mesléard, F. & Johnson, A. & Martin, J. L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Since the early 1980s, greater flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber roseus) have been reported to cause damage to the rice fields of the Camargue, southeas...

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Sustainable biomass for the production of hydrogen: an assessment based on the climate challenge.

Published online: 20 Jul 2020

Authors: Sluijsmans, J. & Spijker, J.

Content type: Bulletin

The green sector (forest, nature and urbangreen managers) and the policymakers need a scientific evidence- based underpinning of the use of biomass (b...

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Radioecological observations on plants of the Lower BuIIer Gorge region of New Zealand and their significance for biogeochemical prospecting.

Published online: 22 May 1970

Authors: Whitehead, N. E. & Brooks, R. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The trees Nothofagus fusca and Wienmannia racemosa and the shrubs Coprosma australis and Quintinia acutifolia were found to have an α activity and U c...

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Amphibian species vary in their learned avoidance response to the deadly fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis.

Published online: 01 Oct 2021

Authors: McMahon, T. A. & Hill, M. N. & Lentz, G. C. & Scott, E. F. & Tenouri, N. F. & Rohr, J. R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Lethal and sublethal effects of pathogens should theoretically select for host avoidance of these pathogenic organisms. Some amphibians can learn to a...

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Microbial diversity regulates ecosystem multifunctionality during natural secondary succession.

Published online: 27 Dec 2021

Authors: Shi XiuZhen & Wang JianQing & Esteban Lucas-Borja, M. & Wang ZhenYu & Li Xue & Huang ZhiQun

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Natural forest succession after disturbances is one of the most important restoration strategies. However, the responses of ecosystem multifunctionali...

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Planted teak forests.

Published online: 13 Dec 2017

Authors: Jerez-Rico, M. & Coutinho, S. de A. & Roshetko, J. M. & Perdana, A.

Content type: Bulletin article

This chapter focuses on the establishment and management of even-aged commercial teak plantations, across Asia/Oceania, Africa, and Latin America, aim...

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Using Markov chain successional models backwards.

Published online: 03 May 2006

Authors: Solow, A. R. & Smith, W. K.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Markov chains are commonly used to model succession in plant and animal communities. Once fitted to data, these models are typically used to address e...

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Woodland ectomycorrhizal fungi benefit from large-scale reduction in nitrogen deposition in the Netherlands.

Published online: 31 Jan 2018

Authors: Strien, A. J. van & Boomsluiter, M. & Noordeloos, M. E. & Verweij, R. J. T. & Kuyper, T. W.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Woodland ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungal species declined considerably in the Netherlands in the late 20th century, mainly due to raised levels of atmosp...

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Phosphorus adsorption by soils from heathlands in southern England in relation to successional change.

Published online: 16 Mar 1991

Authors: Chapman, S. B. & Rose, R. J. & Basanta, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Determinations of the phosphorus adsorption characteristics of a range of heathland soils are described and related to differences in phosphorus econo...

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Dwarf mistletoe management in British Columbia.

Published online: 05 Jun 2020

Authors: Rusch, D. & Kope, H. & Murray, M. & Yurkewich, J. & Zeglen, S.

Content type: Bulletin

Dwarf mistletoes are parasitic seed plants that require living hosts to survive. They are a natural and important part of many forest ecosystems. From...

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