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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 55, Number 3, 1 May 2018

Fisheries productivity under progressive coral reef degradation
pp. 1041-1049(9)
Authors: Rogers, Alice; Blanchard, Julia L.; Mumby, Peter J.

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Size and spacing rules can balance conservation and fishery management objectives for marine protected areas
pp. 1050-1059(10)
Authors: Fovargue, Rachel; Bode, Michael; Armsworth, Paul R.

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Recovery linked to life history of sessile epifauna following exclusion of towed mobile fishing gear
pp. 1060-1070(11)
Authors: Kaiser, Michel J.; Hormbrey, Samantha; Booth, Jonathan R.; Hinz, Hilmar; Hiddink, Jan G.

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Transient movements of a deep‐water flatfish in coastal waters: Implications of inshore‐offshore connectivity for fisheries management
pp. 1071-1081(11)
Authors: Barkley, Amanda N.; Fisk, Aaron T.; Hedges, Kevin J.; Treble, Margaret A.; Hussey, Nigel E.

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Effects of increased specialization on revenue of Alaskan salmon fishers over four decades
pp. 1082-1091(10)
Authors: Ward, Eric J.; Anderson, Sean C.; Shelton, Andrew O.; Brenner, Richard E.; Adkison, Milo D.; Beaudreau, Anne H.; Watson, Jordan T.; Shriver, Jennifer C.; Haynie, Alan C.; Williams, Benjamin C.

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Shifts in North Sea forage fish productivity and potential fisheries yield
pp. 1092-1101(10)
Authors: Clausen, Lotte W.; Rindorf, Anna; Deurs, Mikael; Dickey‐Collas, Mark; Hintzen, Niels T.

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Demonstrating multiple benefits from periodically harvested fisheries closures
pp. 1102-1113(12)
Authors: Goetze, Jordan S.; Claudet, Joachim; Januchowski‐Hartley, Fraser; Langlois, Timothy J.; Wilson, Shaun K.; White, Crow; Weeks, Rebecca; Jupiter, Stacy D.

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Making rewilding fit for policy
pp. 1114-1125(12)
Authors: Pettorelli, Nathalie; Barlow, Jos; Stephens, Philip A.; Durant, Sarah M.; Connor, Ben; Schulte to Bühne, Henrike; Sandom, Christopher J.; Wentworth, Jonathan; Toit, Johan T.

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Staged‐scale restoration: Refining adaptive management to improve restoration effectiveness
pp. 1126-1132(7)
Authors: Bakker, Jonathan D.; Delvin, Eric G.; Dunwiddie, Peter W.

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Rodent, snake and raptor use of restored native perennial grasslands is lower than use of unrestored exotic annual grasslands
pp. 1133-1144(12)
Authors: Wolf, Kristina M.; Whalen, Matthew A.; Bourbour, Ryan P.; Baldwin, Roger A.

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Ex situ cultivation entails high risk of seed dormancy loss on short‐lived wild plant species
pp. 1145-1154(10)
Authors: Ensslin, Andreas; Van de Vyver, Ann; Vanderborght, Thierry; Godefroid, Sandrine

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Prioritizing sites for ecological restoration based on ecosystem services
pp. 1155-1163(9)
Authors: Comín, Francisco A.; Miranda, Beatriz; Sorando, Ricardo; Felipe‐Lucia, María R.; Jiménez, Juan J.; Navarro, Enrique

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Abandoned pastures cannot spontaneously recover the attributes of old‐growth savannas
pp. 1164-1172(9)
Authors: Cava, Mário G. B.; Pilon, Natashi A. L.; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar; Durigan, Giselda

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Local‐scale attributes determine the suitability of woodland creation sites for Diptera
pp. 1173-1184(12)
Authors: Fuller, Lauren; Fuentes‐Montemayor, Elisa; Watts, Kevin; Macgregor, Nicholas A.; Bitenc, Katja; Park, Kirsty J.

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Oak habitat recovery on California's largest islands: Scenarios for the role of corvid seed dispersal
pp. 1185-1194(10)
Authors: Pesendorfer, Mario B.; Baker, Christopher M.; Stringer, Martin; McDonald‐Madden, Eve; Bode, Michael; McEachern, A. Kathryn; Morrison, Scott A.; Sillett, T. Scott

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Trait‐based selection of nurse plants to restore ecosystem functions in mine tailings
pp. 1195-1206(12)
Authors: Navarro‐Cano, Jose Antonio; Verdú, Miguel; Goberna, Marta

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Is saltmarsh restoration success constrained by matching natural environments or altered succession? A test using niche models
pp. 1207-1217(11)
Authors: Sullivan, Martin J. P.; Davy, Anthony J.; Grant, Alastair; Mossman, Hannah L.

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Mapping extinction debt highlights conservation opportunities for birds and mammals in the South American Chaco
pp. 1218-1229(12)
Authors: Semper‐Pascual, Asunción; Macchi, Leandro; Sabatini, Francesco Maria; Decarre, Julieta; Baumann, Matthias; Blendinger, Pedro G.; Gómez‐Valencia, Bibiana; Mastrangelo, Matías E.; Kuemmerle, Tobias

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Nesting sites of giant honeybees modulated by landscape patterns
pp. 1230-1240(11)
Authors: Pavageau, Charlotte; Gaucherel, Cédric; Garcia, Claude; Ghazoul, Jaboury

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Local biodiversity erosion in south Brazilian grasslands under moderate levels of landscape habitat loss
pp. 1241-1251(11)
Authors: Staude, Ingmar R.; Vélez‐Martin, Eduardo; Andrade, Bianca O.; Podgaiski, Luciana Regina; Boldrini, Ilsi I.; Mendonça, Milton; Pillar, Valério D.; Overbeck, Gerhard E.

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Land use type, forest cover and forest edges modulate avian cross‐habitat spillover
pp. 1252-1264(13)
Authors: Boesing, Andrea Larissa; Nichols, Elizabeth; Metzger, Jean Paul

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Plant, herbivore and parasitoid community composition in native Nothofagaceae forests vs. exotic pine plantations
pp. 1265-1275(11)
Authors: Peralta, Guadalupe; Frost, Carol M.; Didham, Raphael K.

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Quantifying landscape‐level land‐use intensity patterns through radar‐based remote sensing
pp. 1276-1287(12)
Authors: Howison, Ruth A.; Piersma, Theunis; Kentie, Rosemarie; Hooijmeijer, Jos C. E. W.; Olff, Han

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Primary rainforest amount at the landscape scale mitigates bird biodiversity loss and biotic homogenization
pp. 1288-1298(11)
Authors: Kormann, Urs G.; Hadley, Adam S.; Tscharntke, Teja; Betts, Matthew G.; Robinson, W. Douglas; Scherber, Christoph

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A review of riverine ecosystem service quantification: Research gaps and recommendations
pp. 1299-1311(13)
Authors: Hanna, Dalal E. L.; Tomscha, Stephanie A.; Ouellet Dallaire, Camille; Bennett, Elena M.

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Is environmental legislation conserving tropical stream faunas? A large‐scale assessment of local, riparian and catchment‐scale influences on Amazonian fish
pp. 1312-1326(15)
Authors: Leal, Cecília G.; Barlow, Jos; Gardner, Toby A.; Hughes, Robert M.; Leitão, Rafael P.; Mac Nally, Ralph; Kaufmann, Philip R.; Ferraz, Silvio F. B.; Zuanon, Jansen; Paula, Felipe R.; Ferreira, Joice; Thomson, James R.; Lennox, Gareth D.; Dary, Eurizângela P.; Röpke, Cristhiana P.; Pompeu, Paulo S.

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Environmental conditions synchronize waterbird mortality events in the Great Lakes
pp. 1327-1338(12)
Authors: Princé, Karine; Chipault, Jennifer G.; White, C. LeAnn; Zuckerberg, Benjamin

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Managing seagrass resilience under cumulative dredging affecting light: Predicting risk using dynamic Bayesian networks
pp. 1339-1350(12)
Authors: Wu, Paul Pao‐Yen; McMahon, Kathryn; Rasheed, Michael A.; Kendrick, Gary A.; York, Paul H.; Chartrand, Kathryn; Caley, M. Julian; Mengersen, Kerrie

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Effects of small‐scale, shading‐induced seagrass loss on blue carbon storage: Implications for management of degraded seagrass ecosystems
pp. 1351-1359(9)
Authors: Trevathan‐Tackett, Stacey M.; Wessel, Caitlin; Cebrián, Just; Ralph, Peter J.; Masqué, Pere; Macreadie, Peter I.

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Reintroducing endangered raptors: A case study of supplementary feeding and removal of nestlings from wild populations
pp. 1360-1367(8)
Authors: Ferrer, Miguel; Morandini, Virginia; Baguena, Gerardo; Newton, Ian

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Density trends and demographic signals uncover the long‐term impact of transmissible cancer in Tasmanian devils
pp. 1368-1379(12)
Authors: Lazenby, Billie T.; Tobler, Mathias W.; Brown, William E.; Hawkins, Clare E.; Hocking, Greg J.; Hume, Fiona; Huxtable, Stewart; Iles, Philip; Jones, Menna E.; Lawrence, Clare; Thalmann, Sam; Wise, Phil; Williams, Howel; Fox, Samantha; Pemberton, David

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Evaluating population viability and efficacy of conservation management using integrated population models
pp. 1380-1392(13)
Authors: Saunders, Sarah P.; Cuthbert, Francesca J.; Zipkin, Elise F.

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A spatially integrated framework for assessing socioecological drivers of carnivore decline
pp. 1393-1405(13)
Authors: Gálvez, Nicolás; Guillera‐Arroita, Gurutzeta; St. John, Freya A. V.; Schüttler, Elke; Macdonald, David W.; Davies, Zoe G.

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Effects of habitat quality and access management on the density of a recovering grizzly bear population
pp. 1406-1417(12)
Authors: Lamb, Clayton T.; Mowat, Garth; Reid, Aaron; Smit, Laura; Proctor, Michael; McLellan, Bruce N.; Nielsen, Scott E.; Boutin, Stan

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Managing individual nests promotes population recovery of a top predator
pp. 1418-1429(12)
Authors: Cruz, Jennyffer; Windels, Steve K.; Thogmartin, Wayne E.; Crimmins, Shawn M.; Grim, Leland H.; Zuckerberg, Benjamin

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Applicability and limitations of sensitivity analyses for wildlife management
pp. 1430-1440(11)
Authors: Manlik, Oliver; Lacy, Robert C.; Sherwin, William B.

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Model selection using information criteria, but is the “best” model any good?
pp. 1441-1444(4)
Authors: Mac Nally, Ralph; Duncan, Richard P.; Thomson, James R.; Yen, Jian D. L.

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Applying a biocomplexity approach to modelling farmer decision‐making and land use impacts on wildlife
pp. 1445-1455(11)
Authors: Malawska, Anna; Topping, Christopher John

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Accommodating temporary emigration in spatial distance sampling models
pp. 1456-1464(9)
Authors: Mizel, Jeremy D.; Schmidt, Joshua H.; Lindberg, Mark S.

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Identifying critical life stage transitions for biological control of long‐lived perennial Vincetoxicum species
pp. 1465-1475(11)
Authors: Milbrath, Lindsey R.; Davis, Adam S.; Biazzo, Jeromy

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Improving private land conservation with outcome‐based biodiversity payments
pp. 1476-1485(10)
Authors: McDonald, Jane A.; Helmstedt, Kate J.; Bode, Michael; Coutts, Shaun; McDonald‐Madden, Eve; Possingham, Hugh P.

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Experimentally simulating warmer and wetter climate additively improves rangeland quality on the Tibetan Plateau
pp. 1486-1497(12)
Authors: Xu, Wei; Zhu, Mengyao; Zhang, Zhenhua; Ma, Zhiyuan; Liu, Huiying; Chen, Litong; Cao, Guangmin; Zhao, Xinquan; Schmid, Bernhard; He, Jin‐Sheng

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Forecasting tillage and soil warming effects on earthworm populations
pp. 1498-1509(12)
Authors: Johnston, Alice S. A.; Sibly, Richard M.; Thorbek, Pernille

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Identifying potential gaps in pesticide risk assessment: Terrestrial life stages of freshwater insects
pp. 1510-1515(6)
Authors: Rasmussen, Jes Jessen; Wiberg‐Larsen, Peter; Baattrup‐Pedersen, Annette; Bruus, Marianne; Strandberg, Beate; Soerensen, Peter Borgen; Strandberg, Morten Tune

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Deployment of organic farming at a landscape scale maintains low pest infestation and high crop productivity levels in vineyards
pp. 1516-1525(10)
Authors: Muneret, Lucile; Thiéry, Denis; Joubard, Benjamin; Rusch, Adrien

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Development of an aggressive bark beetle on novel hosts: Implications for outbreaks in an invaded range
pp. 1526-1537(12)
Authors: Rosenberger, Derek W.; Venette, Robert C.; Aukema, Brian H.

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Functional traits associated with the establishment of introduced Phytophthora spp. in Swedish forests
pp. 1538-1552(15)
Authors: Redondo, Miguel A.; Boberg, Johanna; Stenlid, Jan; Oliva, Jonàs

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Metacommunities, metaecosystems and the environmental fate of chemical contaminants
pp. 1553-1563(11)
Authors: Schiesari, Luis; Leibold, Mathew A.; Burton, G. Allen

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Corrigendum
pp. 1565-1565(1)

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