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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 55, Number 4, 1 July 2018

“The CarP‐N neutral Project”: Removal, processing and reuse of invasive fish in local terrestrial conservation projects
pp. 1567-1574(8)
Authors: David, Bruno Osvaldo; Özkundakci, Deniz; Pingram, Michael; Bergin, David; Bergin, Michael

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Spatial prioritisation of EU's LIFE‐Nature programme to strengthen the conservation impact of Natura 2000
pp. 1575-1582(8)
Authors: Hermoso, Virgilio; Villero, Dani; Clavero, Miguel; Brotons, Lluís

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Anthropogenic disturbance facilitates a non‐native species on offshore oil platforms
pp. 1583-1593(11)
Authors: Viola, Sloane M.; Page, Henry M.; Zaleski, Susan F.; Miller, Robert J.; Doheny, Brandon; Dugan, Jenifer E.; Schroeder, Donna M.; Schroeter, Stephen C.

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Incorporating disturbance into trophic ecology: Fire history shapes mesopredator suppression by an apex predator
pp. 1594-1603(10)
Authors: Geary, William L.; Ritchie, Euan G.; Lawton, Jessica A.; Healey, Thomas R.; Nimmo, Dale G.

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Contrasting impacts of land‐use change on phylogenetic and functional diversity of tropical forest birds
pp. 1604-1614(11)
Authors: Chapman, Philip M.; Tobias, Joseph A.; Edwards, David P.; Davies, Richard G.

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Chaparral bird community responses to prescribed fire and shrub removal in three management seasons
pp. 1615-1625(11)
Authors: Newman, Erica A.; Potts, Jennifer B.; Tingley, Morgan W.; Vaughn, Charles; Stephens, Scott L.

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From unburnt to salvage logged: Quantifying bird responses to different levels of disturbance severity
pp. 1626-1636(11)
Authors: Lindenmayer, David B.; McBurney, Lachlan; Blair, David; Wood, Jeff; Banks, Sam C.

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Responses of interspecific associations in mixed‐species bird flocks to selective logging
pp. 1637-1646(10)
Authors: Borah, Binod; Quader, Suhel; Srinivasan, Umesh

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Disturbance intensity is a stronger driver of biomass recovery than remaining tree‐community attributes in a managed Amazonian forest
pp. 1647-1657(11)
Authors: de Avila, Angela L.; van der Sande, Masha T.; Dormann, Carsten F.; Peña‐Claros, Marielos; Poorter, Lourens; Mazzei, Lucas; Ruschel, Ademir R.; Silva, José N. M.; de Carvalho, João O. P.; Bauhus, Jürgen

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Trade‐offs in berry production and biodiversity under prescribed burning and retention regimes in boreal forests
pp. 1658-1667(10)
Authors: Granath, Gustaf; Kouki, Jari; Johnson, Samuel; Heikkala, Osmo; Rodríguez, Antonio; Strengbom, Joachim

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Quantifying floristic and structural forest maturity: An attribute‐based method for wet eucalypt forests
pp. 1668-1681(14)
Authors: Galen, Laura G.; Jordan, Gregory J.; Musk, Robert A.; Beeton, Nicholas J.; Wardlaw, Timothy J.; Baker, Susan C.

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Towards smarter harvesting from natural palm populations by sparing the individuals that contribute most to population growth or productivity
pp. 1682-1691(10)
Authors: Jansen, Merel; Anten, Niels P. R.; Bongers, Frans; Martínez‐Ramos, Miguel; Zuidema, Pieter A.

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Water availability drives urban tree growth responses to herbivory and warming
pp. 1701-1713(13)
Authors: Meineke, Emily K.; Frank, Steven D.

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Crop rotation and agri‐environment schemes determine bumblebee communities via flower resources
pp. 1714-1724(11)
Authors: Marja, Riho; Viik, Eneli; Mänd, Marika; Phillips, James; Klein, Alexandra‐Maria; Batáry, Péter

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Anthropogenic disturbance of tropical forests threatens pollination services to açaí palm in the Amazon river delta
pp. 1725-1736(12)
Authors: Campbell, Alistair John; Carvalheiro, Luísa Gigante; Maués, Marcia Motta; Jaffé, Rodolfo; Giannini, Tereza Cristina; Freitas, Madson Antonio Benjamin; Coelho, Beatriz Woiski Texeira; Menezes, Cristiano

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Exotic flies maintain pollination services as native pollinators decline with agricultural expansion
pp. 1737-1746(10)
Authors: Stavert, Jamie R.; Pattemore, David E.; Bartomeus, Ignasi; Gaskett, Anne C.; Beggs, Jacqueline R.

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Landscape complexity promotes hoverflies across different types of semi‐natural habitats in farmland
pp. 1747-1758(12)
Authors: Schirmel, Jens; Albrecht, Matthias; Bauer, Philipp‐Martin; Sutter, Louis; Pfister, Sonja C.; Entling, Martin H.

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Experimental small‐scale flower patches increase species density but not abundance of small urban bees
pp. 1759-1768(10)
Authors: Simao, Maria‐Carolina M.; Matthijs, Jill; Perfecto, Ivette

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Ecological traps for large‐scale invasive species control: Predicting settling rules by recolonising American mink post‐culling
pp. 1769-1779(11)
Authors: Melero, Yolanda; Cornulier, Thomas; Oliver, Matthew K.; Lambin, Xavier

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A tale of two studies: Detection and attribution of the impacts of invasive plants in observational surveys
pp. 1780-1789(10)
Authors: Mueller, Kevin E.; Lodge, Alexandra G.; Roth, Alexander M.; Whitfeld, Timothy J. S.; Hobbie, Sarah E.; Reich, Peter B.

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Spatial dynamics of habitat use informs reintroduction efforts in the presence of an invasive predator
pp. 1790-1798(9)
Authors: Rehm, Evan M.; Balsat, Mallory B.; Lemoine, Nathan P.; Savidge, Julie A.

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A history of ship specialization and consequences for marine invasions, management and policy
pp. 1799-1811(13)
Authors: Davidson, Ian C.; Scianni, Christopher; Minton, Mark S.; Ruiz, Gregory M.

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Evaluating management strategies to optimise coral reef ecosystem services
pp. 1823-1833(11)
Authors: Weijerman, Mariska; Gove, Jamison M.; Williams, Ivor D.; Walsh, William J.; Minton, Dwayne; Polovina, Jeffrey J.

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Using satellite AIS to improve our understanding of shipping and fill gaps in ocean observation data to support marine spatial planning
pp. 1834-1845(12)
Authors: Metcalfe, Kristian; Bréheret, Nathalie; Chauvet, Eva; Collins, Tim; Curran, Bryan K.; Parnell, Richard J.; Turner, Rachel A.; Witt, Matthew J.; Godley, Brendan J.

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Environmental context and contaminant biotransport by Pacific salmon interact to mediate the bioaccumulation of contaminants by stream‐resident fish
pp. 1846-1859(14)
Authors: Gerig, Brandon S.; Chaloner, Dominic T.; Janetski, David J.; Moerke, Ashley H.; Rediske, Richard R.; O'Keefe, James P.; Alwis Pitts, Dilkushi A.; Lamberti, Gary A.

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Related plant species respond similarly to chronic anthropogenic disturbance: Implications for conservation decision‐making
pp. 1860-1870(11)
Authors: Martínez‐Blancas, Alejandra; Paz, Horacio; Salazar, Gerardo A.; Martorell, Carlos

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A unified model for optimizing riverscape conservation
pp. 1871-1883(13)
Authors: Erős, Tibor; O'Hanley, Jesse R.; Czeglédi, István

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Pulsed flows, tributary inputs and food‐web structure in a highly regulated river
pp. 1884-1895(12)
Authors: Sabo, John L.; Caron, Melanie; Doucett, Rick; Dibble, Kimberly L.; Ruhi, Albert; Marks, Jane C.; Hungate, Bruce A.; Kennedy, Ted A.

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Responses of macroinvertebrate communities to small dam removals: Implications for bioassessment and restoration
pp. 1896-1907(12)
Authors: Carlson, Peter Erich; Donadi, Serena; Sandin, Leonard

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Active farmsteads are year‐round strongholds for farmland birds
pp. 1908-1918(11)
Authors: Šálek, Martin; Bažant, Miroslav; Żmihorski, Michał

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Livestock grazing reinforces the competitive exclusion of small‐bodied birds by large aggressive birds
pp. 1919-1929(11)
Authors: Val, James; Eldridge, David J.; Travers, Samantha K.; Oliver, Ian

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Private land conservation has landscape‐scale benefits for wildlife in agroecosystems
pp. 1930-1939(10)
Authors: Yeiser, John M.; Morgan, John J.; Baxley, Danna L.; Chandler, Richard B.; Martin, James A.

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Paying for conservation: A bioeconomic analysis of the effects of land management options on the viability of an endangered species, Eryngium alpinum
pp. 1940-1950(11)
Authors: Andrello, Marco; Devaux, Caroline; Quétier, Fabien; Till–Bottraud, Irène

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Fertilising semi‐natural grasslands may cause long‐term negative effects on both biodiversity and ecosystem stability
pp. 1951-1955(5)
Authors: Melts, Indrek; Lanno, Kaire; Sammul, Marek; Uchida, Kei; Heinsoo, Katrin; Kull, Tiiu; Laanisto, Lauri

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Grower and regulator conflict in management of the citrus disease Huanglongbing in Brazil: A modelling study
pp. 1956-1965(10)
Authors: Craig, Andrew P.; Cunniffe, Nik J.; Parry, Matthew; Laranjeira, Francisco F.; Gilligan, Christopher A.

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Management of multiple threats achieves meaningful koala conservation outcomes
pp. 1966-1975(10)
Authors: Beyer, Hawthorne L.; Villiers, Deidre; Loader, Jo; Robbins, Amy; Stigner, Madeleine; Forbes, Neil; Hanger, Jonathan

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Prediction and attenuation of seasonal spillover of parasites between wild and domestic ungulates in an arid mixed‐use system
pp. 1976-1986(11)
Authors: Walker, Josephine G.; Evans, Kate E.; Rose Vineer, Hannah; van Wyk, Jan A.; Morgan, Eric R.

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Decision‐making for mitigating wildlife diseases: From theory to practice for an emerging fungal pathogen of amphibians
pp. 1987-1996(10)
Authors: Canessa, Stefano; Bozzuto, Claudio; Campbell Grant, Evan H.; Cruickshank, Sam S.; Fisher, Matthew C.; Koella, Jacob C.; Lötters, Stefan; Martel, An; Pasmans, Frank; Scheele, Ben C.; Spitzen‐van der Sluijs, Annemarieke; Steinfartz, Sebastian; Schmidt, Benedikt R.

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Geostatistical models using remotely‐sensed data predict savanna tsetse decline across the interface between protected and unprotected areas in Serengeti, Tanzania
pp. 1997-2007(11)
Authors: Lord, Jennifer S.; Torr, Stephen J.; Auty, Harriet K.; Brock, Paddy M.; Byamungu, Mechtilda; Hargrove, John W.; Morrison, Liam J.; Mramba, Furaha; Vale, Glyn A.; Stanton, Michelle C.

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Estimating national population sizes: Methodological challenges and applications illustrated in the common nightingale, a declining songbird in the UK
pp. 2008-2018(11)
Authors: Hewson, Chris M.; Miller, Mark; Johnston, Alison; Conway, Greg J.; Saunders, Richard; Marchant, John H.; Fuller, Robert J.

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Where do wintering cormorants come from? Long‐term changes in the geographical origin of a migratory bird on a continental scale
pp. 2019-2032(14)
Authors: Frederiksen, Morten; Korner‐Nievergelt, Fränzi; Marion, Loïc; Bregnballe, Thomas

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Wind farms affect the occurrence, abundance and population trends of small passerine birds: The case of the Dupont's lark
pp. 2033-2042(10)
Authors: Gómez‐Catasús, Julia; Garza, Vicente; Traba, Juan

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The importance of individual heterogeneity for interpreting faecal glucocorticoid metabolite levels in wildlife studies
pp. 2043-2054(12)
Authors: Coppes, Joy; Kämmerle, Jim‐Lino; Willert, Mirjam; Kohnen, Annette; Palme, Rupert; Braunisch, Veronika

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Optimizing the positioning of wildlife crossing structures using GPS telemetry
pp. 2055-2063(9)
Authors: Bastille‐Rousseau, Guillaume; Wall, Jake; Douglas‐Hamilton, Iain; Wittemyer, George

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Improving estimation of flight altitude in wildlife telemetry studies
pp. 2064-2070(7)
Authors: Poessel, Sharon A.; Duerr, Adam E.; Hall, Jonathan C.; Braham, Melissa A.; Katzner, Todd E.

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Using terrestrial haematophagous leeches to enhance tropical biodiversity monitoring programmes in Bangladesh
pp. 2071-2081(11)
Authors: Weiskopf, Sarah R.; McCarthy, Kyle P.; Tessler, Michael; Rahman, Hasan A.; McCarthy, Jennifer L.; Hersch, Rebecca; Faisal, Mohammad Muzaffar; Siddall, Mark E.

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Linking landscape composition to predator‐specific nest predation requires examining multiple landscape scales
pp. 2082-2092(11)
Authors: Chiavacci, Scott J.; Benson, Thomas J.; Ward, Michael P.

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