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Putting applied ecology into practice
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'It is particularly good to see this combination of rigorous analysis of field data and management-relevant modelling used to inform both policy for, and reduce conflict surrounding, the containment of such an economically-damaging and worrying disease' http://bit.ly/EditorsChoice554
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Views from Simon Leather #FBPE Helen Roy and Dave Goulson on why Britain's insects seem to be disappearing http://ow.ly/O6yh30kBwEI #NIW2018
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Find out more about Nick Isaac et al.'s newly accepted Policy Direction, the Lawton report and building a resilient ecological network here: http://ow.ly/SDDz30kBlai
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Attending POLAR2018? Take a look at this selection of #polar research from across the British Ecological Society journals: http://ow.ly/NKKN30kAtnz
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'These findings illustrate that distantly related crops are indeed not always better rotation partners. The well-designed, novel experiment by Ingerslew & Kaplan calls for more coordinated efforts to develop similar research on other common crops'. http://ow.ly/uoRc30kuEis
Crop rotations called into question
Crop rotations called into question
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It's National Insect Week! What better time to celebrate the benefits of #pollinators? But we also need to consider the effects their introduction can have on local ecosystems: http://ow.ly/vL9330kAkdF #NIW2018
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Estimating detection thresholds for a rare disease or event? Want to conduct surveillance efficiently? Use a #Bayesian Weighted Surveillance approach to save time and money, and maximise the probability of detection. http://ow.ly/CsWd30kyP1W
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How can one ‘pest’ species actually support conservation and restoration? Through this Practitioner’s Perspective and the ‘CarP‐N neutral Project’, David et al. aim to demonstrate just that. http://ow.ly/8fVH30kr4IQ
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Despite global decline, some coral reefs survive by escaping, resisting or rebounding from damage. Guest et al.'s new method identifies these ‘oases’ and can help coastal managers decide where to direct conservation efforts. Read the paper here: http://ow.ly/xisT30kyOs6
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Trade‐offs and synergies between bird conservation and wildfire suppression in the face of global change http://ow.ly/NoMm30kvIEK
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