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Highlights ► Mark-recapture modelling showed no effect of post-fire succession on detectability. ► Abundance increased for up to 9 years after fire then declined. ► In recently (<3 years) burnt sites survival was lower, but fecundity was higher. ► Successional changes in predation,...
Highlights ► We conducted surveys to estimate the economic value of shark-diving tourism in Palau. ► The shark-diving industry generated US$18 million to the economy of Palau annually. ► This industry generated US$1.2 million per year in salaries to the local community. ► Shark-diving...
Highlights ► We test if mortality at turbines was linked to their place within a vulture population. ► Year-round mortality increased when turbines were located in highly populated areas. ► Predictive cues to design wind-farm installations. ► Results are translated into management...
Highlights ► Montagu’s harriers used mostly croplands during the wintering season at the Sahel. ► Used and most suitable areas for the species fell mostly outside protected areas. ► Most preferred habitats were more common outside than inside protected areas. ► Conservation of this...
Highlights ► The reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone has triggered a tri-trophic cascade. ► Woody plants are now growing taller in portions of the northern range. ► Wolf reintroduction may represent an effective approach for passively restoring ecosystems.
Highlights ► We tested if wildlife movement and collision data indicate different risk zones. ► We compared year-around moose road-crossings and moose-vehicle collisions. ► Distributions differed in space and time. ► Poorer light and road conditions may increase collision risk, not more...
Highlights ► Dragonflies as bioindicators in lentic habitats of strongly man-modified landscape. ► Several specific secondary habitats substitute for natural habitats. ► High species richness and habitat specialists in mine wetlands are not random. ► This phenomenon is closely associated...
Highlights ► We investigated the effect of urban corridors on domestic gardens biodiversity. ► We analysed the response of spiders, carabids and staphylinids. ► Corridors positively shaped the taxonomic and functional composition of communities. ► Connected gardens have higher specific...
Highlights ► Ecological monitoring is widely used but results are often equivocal. ► We outline the benefits of long-term monitoring using a case study. ► Monitoring is critical for documenting population declines and guiding management. ► Testing hypotheses relating to mechanisms of...
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