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Plant species diversity and composition in limestone forests of the Vietnamese Cat Ba National Park

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Nature Conservation, Vol 50, Iss , Pp 23-64 (2022)

Abstract:Plant species diversity and composition play crucial roles in many ecosystem services and are largely influenced by environmental conditions, as well as natural and/or anthropogenic disturbances. However, our knowledge of the drivers of plant species d...

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Distribution and conservation status of threatened endemic amphibians within the Aspromonte mountain region, a hotspot of Mediterranean biodiversity

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Nature Conservation, Vol 50, Iss , Pp 1-22 (2022)

Abstract:Amphibian biodiversity loss in recent years has exceeded that of all other groups of vertebrates. In this context, biodiversity hotspots represent priority targets for conservation in amphibian populations. However, little information is available on t...

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An overview of reviews of conservation flagships: evaluating fundraising ability and surrogate power

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Nature Conservation, Vol 49, Iss , Pp 153-188 (2022)

Abstract:The main role of flagship species in biodiversity conservation is to raise awareness and funds for conservation. Because of their marketing role, flagship species are often selected based on other than biodiversity related criteria, such as species cha...

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Long-term persistence of the large mammal lowland tapir is at risk in the largest Atlantic forest corridor

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, Vol 20, Iss 3, Pp 263-271 (2022)

Abstract:Forest corridor has been considered the main strategy for maintaining gene flow between isolated populations, yet their effectivity is poorly tested. Assessing signatures of genetic variation loss, gene flow reduction and inbreeding may be helpful for ...

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Fire and flood: How the Pantanal ant communities respond to multiple disturbances?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, Vol 20, Iss 3, Pp 197-204 (2022)

Abstract:Disturbances are key events in ecological systems, strongly impacting biological communities. This study disentangles the effects of a chronic (flood) and acute (fire) disturbance to determine their interactive effects on ant species richness and compo...

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Phylogenetic clustering of tree communities decreases with stand age and environmental quality along a mineland rehabilitation chronosequence

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, Vol 20, Iss 3, Pp 279-285 (2022)

Abstract:Continuous systematic monitoring is necessary to measure the success or failure of mineland rehabilitation. Here, we aimed to outline how measures of phylogenetic diversity and phylogenetic community structure complement existing monitoring frameworks ...

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Minimum costs to conserve 80% of the Brazilian Amazon

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, Vol 20, Iss 3, Pp 216-222 (2022)

Abstract:The protection of the Brazilian Amazon is essential to prevent the collapse of global biodiversity and minimize the negative impacts of climate change worldwide. However, there is currently no estimate of how much it costs to conserve most of this regi...

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Conservation of forest cover in Mesoamerican biosphere reserves is associated with the increase of local non-farm occupation

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, Vol 20, Iss 3, Pp 286-293 (2022)

Abstract:Protected areas can prevent forest loss, but their effects on forest fragmentation and forest regrowth are poorly understood. Furthermore, the importance of protected areas in shaping these forest spatial changes may depend on different socioeconomic d...

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Sailing into the past: Nautical charts reveal changes over 160 years in the largest reef complex in the South Atlantic Ocean

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, Vol 20, Iss 3, Pp 231-239 (2022)

Abstract:Coral reefs are in global decline due to unprecedented anthropogenic threats that have escalated and accumulated over decades to centuries. In order to assess the magnitude and drivers of changes on reefs, it is necessary to reconstruct the history of ...

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