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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 48, Number 1, February 2011

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Translating research into action; bumblebee conservation as a case study
pp. 3-8(6)
Authors: Goulson, Dave; Rayner, Pippa; Dawson, Bob; Darvill, Ben

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Can the abundance of tigers be assessed from their signs?
pp. 14-24(11)
Authors: Jhala, Yadvendradev; Qureshi, Qamar; Gopal, Rajesh

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Using presence-only and presence–absence data to estimate the current and potential distributions of established invasive species
pp. 25-34(10)
Authors: Gormley, Andrew M.; Forsyth, David M.; Griffioen, Peter; Lindeman, Michael; Ramsey, David S.L.; Scroggie, Michael P.; Woodford, Luke

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Conserving a moving target: planning protection for a migratory species as its distribution changes
pp. 35-46(12)
Authors: Singh, Navinder J.; Milner-Gulland, Eleanor J.

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Making better sense of monitoring data from low density species using a spatially explicit modelling approach
pp. 47-55(9)
Authors: van der Burg, Max Post; Bly, Bartholomew; VerCauteren, Tammy; Tyre, Andrew J.

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Addressing challenges when studying mobile or episodic species: hierarchical Bayes estimation of occupancy and use
pp. 56-66(11)
Authors: Mordecai, Rua S.; Mattsson, Brady J.; Tzilkowski, Caleb J.; Cooper, Robert J.

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Modelling community dynamics based on species-level abundance models from detection/nondetection data
pp. 67-75(9)
Authors: Yamaura, Yuichi; Andrew Royle, J.; Kuboi, Kouji; Tada, Tsuneo; Ikeno, Susumu; Makino, Shun’ichi

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Optimally managing under imperfect detection: a method for plant invasions
pp. 76-85(10)
Authors: Regan, Tracey J.; Chadès, Iadine; Possingham, Hugh P.

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Optimizing search strategies for invasive pests: learn before you leap
pp. 86-95(10)
Authors: Baxter, Peter W.J.; Possingham, Hugh P.

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The frequency and magnitude of non-additive responses to multiple nutrient enrichment
pp. 96-101(6)
Authors: Allgeier, Jacob E.; Rosemond, Amy D.; Layman, Craig A.

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The impact of alternative harvesting strategies in a resource–consumer metapopulation
pp. 102-111(10)
Authors: Strevens, Chloë M. J.; Bonsall, Michael B.

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Ecological coherence of marine protected area networks: a spatial assessment using species distribution models
pp. 112-120(9)
Authors: Sundblad, Göran; Bergström, Ulf; Sandström, Alfred

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Conserving pelagic habitats: seascape modelling of an oceanic top predator
pp. 121-132(12)
Authors: Louzao, Maite; Pinaud, David; Péron, Clara; Delord, Karine; Wiegand, Thorsten; Weimerskirch, Henri

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Cost-effective age structure and geographical distribution of boreal forest reserves
pp. 133-142(10)
Authors: Lundström, Johanna; Öhman, Karin; Perhans, Karin; Rönnqvist, Mikael; Gustafsson, Lena

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Connectivity, dispersal behaviour and conservation under climate change: a response to Hodgson et al.
pp. 143-147(5)
Authors: Doerr, Veronica A. J.; Barrett, Tom; Doerr, Erik D.

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Habitat area, quality and connectivity: striking the balance for efficient conservation
pp. 148-152(5)
Authors: Hodgson, Jenny A.; Moilanen, Atte; Wintle, Brendan A.; Thomas, Chris D.

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Independent effects of habitat loss, habitat fragmentation and structural connectivity on the distribution of two arboreal rodents
pp. 153-162(10)
Authors: Mortelliti, Alessio; Amori, Giovanni; Capizzi, Dario; Cervone, Cristina; Fagiani, Stefano; Pollini, Barbara; Boitani, Luigi

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Assessing spatial patterns of disease risk to biodiversity: implications for the management of the amphibian pathogen, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
pp. 163-173(11)
Authors: Murray, Kris A.; Retallick, Richard W. R.; Puschendorf, Robert; Skerratt, Lee F.; Rosauer, Dan; McCallum, Hamish I.; Berger, Lee; Speare, Rick; VanDerWal, Jeremy

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Issues with modelling the current and future distribution of invasive pathogens
pp. 177-180(4)
Authors: Murray, Kris A.; Retallick, Richard W. R.; Puschendorf, Robert; Skerratt, Lee F.; Rosauer, Dan; McCallum, Hamish I.; Berger, Lee; Speare, Rick; VanDerWal, Jeremy

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Qualitative modelling of invasive species eradication on subantarctic Macquarie Island
pp. 181-191(11)
Authors: Raymond, Ben; McInnes, Julie; Dambacher, Jeffrey M.; Way, Sarah; Bergstrom, Dana M.

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The potential effect of exotic Pacific rats Rattus exulans on vectors of scrub typhus
pp. 192-198(7)
Authors: Kuo, Chi-Chien; Wang, Hsi-Chieh; Huang, Ching-Lun

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Response of raptors to a windfarm
pp. 199-209(11)
Authors: Garvin, Julia C.; Jennelle, Christopher S.; Drake, David; Grodsky, Steven M.

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Negative impact of traffic noise on avian reproductive success
pp. 210-219(10)
Authors: Halfwerk, Wouter; Holleman, Leonard J. M.; Lessells, C(Kate). M.; Slabbekoorn, Hans

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Long-term impact of changes in sheep Ovis aries densities on the breeding output of the hen harrier Circus cyaneus
pp. 220-227(8)
Authors: Amar, Arjun; Davies, Jacob; Meek, Eric; Williams, Jim; Knight, Andy; Redpath, Steve

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Long-term dynamics of herbaceous vegetation structure and composition in two African savanna reserves
pp. 238-246(9)
Authors: Buitenwerf, Robert; Swemmer, Anthony M.; Peel, Mike J.S.

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Habitat or fuel? Implications of long-term, post-fire dynamics for the development of key resources for fauna and fire
pp. 247-256(10)
Authors: Haslem, Angie; Kelly, Luke T.; Nimmo, Dale G.; Watson, Simon J.; Kenny, Sally A.; Taylor, Rick S.; Avitabile, Sarah C.; Callister, Kate E.; Spence-Bailey, Lisa M.; Clarke, Michael F.; Bennett, Andrew F.

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Lucerne-dominated fields recover native grass diversity without intensive management actions
pp. 257-264(8)
Authors: Török, Péter; Kelemen, András; Valkó, Orsolya; Deák, Balázs; Lukács, Balázs; Tóthmérész, Béla

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Variation partitioning in canonical ordination reveals no effect of soil but an effect of co-occurring species on translocation success in Iris atrofusca
pp. 265-273(9)
Authors: Volis, Sergei; Dorman, Michael; Blecher, Michael; Sapir, Yuval; Burdeniy, Lev

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