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Wolf survival and population trend using non-invasive capture-recapture techniques in the Western Alps.

Published online: 04 Nov 2009

Authors: Marucco, F. & Pletscher, D. H. & Boitani, L. & Schwartz, M. K. & Pilgrim, K. L. & Lebreton, J. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Reliable estimates of population parameters are often necessary for conservation management but these are hard to obtain for elusive, rare and wide-ra...

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Extremely frequent bee visits increase pollen deposition but reduce drupelet set in raspberry.

Published online: 14 Jan 2015

Authors: Sáez, A. & Morales, C. L. & Ramos, L. Y. & Aizen, M. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Production of many flowering crops often benefits from elevated pollinator diversity and abundance. Nevertheless, the opposite relationship may arise ...

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Defining eradication units to control invasive pests.

Published online: 19 Jan 2005

Authors: Robertson, B. C. & Gemmell, N. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Pest eradication is an important facet of conservation and ecological restoration and has been applied successfully to invasive rat species on offshor...

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Ground-truthing of a fish-based environmental DNA metabarcoding method for assessing the quality of lakes.

Published online: 21 Jul 2020

Authors: Li JianLong & Hatton-Ellis, T. W. & Handley, L. J. L. & Kimbell, H. S. & Benucci, M. & Peirson, G. & Hänfling, B.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Accurate, cost-effective monitoring of fish is required to assess the quality of lakes under the European Water Framework Directive. Recent studies ha...

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Enhanced yeast feeding following mating facilitates control of the invasive fruit pest Drosophila suzukii.

Published online: 12 Apr 2017

Authors: Mori, B. A. & Whitener, A. B. & Leinweber, Y. & Revadi, S. & Beers, E. H. & Witzgall, P. & Becher, P. G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The highly invasive spotted wing Drosophila Drosophila suzukii is a key pest of soft fruit and berries in Europe and North America, and development of...

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Invasive pathogen drives host population collapse: effects of a travelling wave of sarcoptic mange on bare-nosed wombats.

Published online: 31 Jan 2018

Authors: Martin, A. M. & Burridge, C. P. & Ingram, J. & Fraser, T. A. & Carver, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Emerging and invasive pathogens can have long-lasting impacts on susceptible wildlife populations, including localized collapse and extirpation. Manag...

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Policy implications of an expanded chronic wasting disease universe.

Published online: 19 Apr 2022

Authors: Mysterud, A. & Benestad, S. L. & Rolandsen, C. M. & Våge, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

International policy for the management of wildlife disease(s) plays an important role for concerted action, and changes to policy should be evidence-...

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Slowing down a pine invasion despite uncertainty in demography and dispersal.

Published online: 04 Jan 2006

Authors: Buckley, Y. M. & Brockerhoff, E. & Langer, L. & Ledgard, N. & North, H. & Rees, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Management decisions regarding invasive plants often have to be made quickly and in the face of fragmentary knowledge of their population dynamics. Ho...

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Demographic vital rates determine the performance advantage of crop-wild hybrids in lettuce.

Published online: 04 Jan 2006

Authors: Hooftman, D. A. P. & Oostermeijer, J. G. B. & Jacobs, M. M. J. & Nijs, H. C. M. den

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Hybridization seems possible for many crop species after pollen transfer from crops to wild relatives in the surrounding vegetation. Subsequent introg...

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Stepping stones are crucial for species' long-distance dispersal and range expansion through habitat networks.

Published online: 05 Feb 2014

Authors: Saura, S. & Bodin, Ö. & Fortin, M. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Climate and land-use changes will require species to move large distances following shifts in their suitable habitats, which will frequently involve t...

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