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Highlights ► We analyse genetic patterns in an endangered steppe songbird. ► Mediterranean Sea and recent fragmentation hamper gene flow. ► Populations are evolving into different units due genetic drift. ► Crowding, spatial structure and inbreeding concern population’s viability. ►...
Highlights ► Despite an intensive hatchery stocking programme, since 2005 no hatchery reared salmon have been caught in the Thames. ► Genetic assignment analysis indicates that wild salmon ascending the Thames originate from other rivers in southern England. ► Wild salmon returning to the...
Wildlife viewing recreation offers conservationists opportunities for education and generating revenue but can also have detrimental ecological impacts. To manage these opportunities and impacts effectively, a better understanding is needed of what people value in wildlife viewing events. We...
Highlights ► The abundance of Atlantic bluefin tuna is low. ► To conserve the resource a catch and release fishery is being developed in Canada. ► Post-release mortality estimates are needed for management models. ► We predicted a range of mortality rates from 3.4 to 5.6%. ► This study...
Highlights ► The perils posed for bees in soil heated by fire were evaluated. ► All life stages survived conducted heat and durations expected below 5–10 cm depth. ► Only 9% of 449 mining bee species reviewed nest so shallowly, mostly Megachilidae. ► Fire will kill wood- and...
Highlights ► Caribou displayed hierarchical avoidance of multiple human developments. ► Eight percentage and two percentage of high quality habitat was lost due to avoidance in winter and summer. ► Our study identifies habitat quality affected by indirect avoidance of development.
Highlights ► Risk of mortality during capture and transport of monk seals is very low. ► Translocated seal survival was indistinguishable from native seals at release sites. ► Weaned monk seal pups appear most amenable to translocation. ► Older monk seals disperse sooner and further after...
Highlights ► We analyzed the genetic structure of the rhino populations in Assam (India) and Nepal. ► The two geographically isolated populations have distinct mitochondrial DNA haplotypes. ► Individuals can be unambiguously assigned to their population with microsatellite data. ► The...
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