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The role of the introduced rusa deer Cervus timorensis for wildlife hunting in West Papua, Indonesia.

Published online: 22 Jan 2022

Authors: Pangau-Adam, M. & Flassy, M. & Trei, J. N. & Waltert, M. & Soofi, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

The rusa deer has been introduced to Merauke region and later to Vogelkop Peninsula in Indonesian New Guinea (West Papua) in 1928. It has widely dispe...

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Using seismic sensors to detect elephants and other large mammals: a potential census technique.

Published online: 23 Nov 2005

Authors: Wood, J. D. & O'Connell-Rodwell, C. E. & Klemperer, S. L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Large mammal populations are difficult to census and monitor in remote areas. In particular, elephant populations in Central Africa are difficult to c...

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Local geographic range predicts freshwater fish extinctions in Singapore.

Published online: 13 Apr 2011

Authors: Giam, X. L. & Ng TingHui & Lok, A. F. S. L. & Ng HeokHee

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Identifying the ecological and life-history correlates of local extinction may elucidate mechanisms by which species traits and the environment intera...

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The potential of parasitoid Hymenoptera as bioindicators of arthropod diversity in agricultural grasslands.

Published online: 13 Apr 2011

Authors: Anderson, A. & McCormack, S. & Helden, A. & Sheridan, H. & Kinsella, A. & Purvis, G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

As measuring biodiversity in its entirety is impractical, there is a need for bioindicators. This study tested the hypothesis that parasitoid Hymenopt...

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Flow regulation reduces native plant cover and facilitates exotic invasion in riparian wetlands.

Published online: 13 Apr 2011

Authors: Catford, J. A. & Downes, B. J. & Gippel, C. J. & Vesk, P. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

River regulation and exotic plant invasion threaten riverine ecosystems, and the two often co-occur. By altering water regimes, flow regulation can fa...

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The use of large wood in stream restoration: experiences from 50 projects in Germany and Austria.

Published online: 19 Dec 2007

Authors: Kail, J. & Hering, D. & Muhar, S. & Gerhard, M. & Preis, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Wood is increasingly used in restoration projects to improve the hydromorphological and ecological status of streams and rivers. However, despite thei...

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Mammals and agri-environment schemes: hare haven or pest paradise?

Published online: 19 Dec 2007

Authors: Reid, N. & McDonald, R. A. & Montgomery, W. I.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Agri-environment schemes (AESs) are designed to create landscape-scale improvements in biodiversity. While the specific aims of AESs do not always inc...

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Effects of increased soil nitrogen on the dominance of alien annual plants in the Mojave Desert.

Published online: 21 May 2003

Authors: Brooks, M. L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Deserts are one of the least invaded ecosystems by plants, possibly due to naturally low levels of soil nitrogen. Increased levels of soil nitrogen ca...

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Biological legacies buffer local species extinction after logging.

Published online: 05 Feb 2014

Authors: Rudolphi, J. & Jönsson, M. T. & Gustafsson, L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Clearcutting has been identified as a main threat to forest biodiversity. In the last few decades, alternatives to clearcutting have gained much inter...

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Modelling edge effects of mature forest plantations on peatland waders informs landscape-scale conservation.

Published online: 05 Feb 2014

Authors: Wilson, J. D. & Anderson, R. & Bailey, S. & Chetcuti, J. & Cowie, N. R. & Hancock, M. H. & Quine, C. P. & Russell, N. & Stephen, L. & Thompson, D. B. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Edge effects of native forest fragmentation have been well studied, but there are few studies of open-ground habitats fragmented by plantation forests...

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