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Aporte de biomasa aérea de las especies arbóreas de la familia Myristicaceae en los bosques Amazónicos del Perú
by Marisabel Ureta
Amazonian forests are a vast storehouse of biodiversity and function as carbon sinks from biomass that accumulates in various tree species. In these forests, the taxa with the greatest contribution of biomass cannot be precisely defined,... more
Research Interests: Ecology, Biogeography, Biodiversity Conservation, Botany / Tropical tree diversity, and Aboveground biomass
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Intraspecific variation in the foraging ecology of kea, the world’s only mountain- and rainforest-dwelling parrot
by Amanda Greer
Intraspecific variation can have important knock-on effects on population dynamics and ecosystem processes. There are good indicators that intraspecific differences may exist in the foraging ecology of kea parrots (Nestor notabilis). Kea... more
Research Interests: Ecology, Birds (Ecology), Parrots (Ornithology), Sexual Segregation, Intraspecific Variation, and 3 more
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Fallen nestlings and regurgitant as mechanisms of nutrient transfer from nesting wading birds to crocodilians
by Lucas Nell
Positive interspecific interactions can shape fundamental wetland ecosystem dynamics, including energy transfer and spatial distribution of nutrients. Birds, by foraging in one location and nesting in another, commonly act as... more
Research Interests: Ecology, Birds (Ecology), Ecological Facilitation, Mutualism, Florida Everglades, and 2 more
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Spider mites associated to soybean in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
by cintia estefan figueredo aguilera
Research Interests: Agronomy, Taxonomy, Ecology, and Agriculture
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Everything is a Caress of God: Faith and the Environment in Pope Francis’ Laudato Si (CatholicMoralTheology, August 13, 2015)
by Alessandro Rovati
Research Interests: Christianity, Environmental Education, Catholic Social Teaching, Spiritual Formation, Ecology, and 7 more
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The population biology of invasive species
by Kimberly A With
Contributions from the field of population biology hold promise for understanding and managing invasiveness; invasive species also offer excellent opportunities to study basic processes in population biology. Life history studies and... more
Publication Date: 2001
Publication Name: Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics
Research Interests: Population Biology, Invasive species ecology, Ecology, Invasive Species, Population ecology, and Invasive Alien Species
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Tadpole richness in riparian areas is determined by niche-based and neutral processes
by Michel Garey
In this study, we evaluate the effects of spatial and environmental factors on the structure of tadpole assemblages in Central Amazonia testing the following hypotheses: (1) environmental factors are more important than spatial ones in... more
Research Interests: Ecology, Metacommunity, and Metacommunities: spatial dynamics and ecological communities.
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Dispersal success on fractal landscapes: A consequence of lacunarity thresholds
by Kimberly A With
Publication Date: 1999
Publication Name: Landscape Ecology
Research Interests: Landscape Ecology, Movement Ecology, Theoretical Ecology, Ecological Modeling, Ecology, and 2 more
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Translating across scales: Simulating species distributions as the aggregate response of individuals to heterogeneity
by Kimberly A With
Publication Date: 1996
Publication Name: Ecological Modelling
Research Interests: Landscape Ecology, Movement Ecology, Theoretical Ecology, Ecological Modeling, Ecology, and Ecological Modelling
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To beat or not to beat a tick: comparison of DNA extraction methods for ticks (Ixodes scapularis)
by Christine Zolnik
Research Interests: Parasitology, Entomology, Molecular Biology, Ecology, and Evolutionary Studies
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Reform of Economics for Social Justice
by Miriam Kennet
16th September 2015 to be held at Trinity College, a workshop/conference on the Reform of Economics

facilitited in part by economics students wanting change and explanations of todays pressures and crises
Research Interests: Business Ethics, Social Movements, Environmental Science, Economics, Environmental Economics, and 27 more
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WCS Brraich OS and Saini SK
by Onkar Brraich
Research Interests: Botany, Conservation Biology, Ecology, Dominance, and Phytoplankton Diversity
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"Det menneskeskapte økologiske hierarki i Anthropocen" [The human-made ecological hierarchy in the Anthropocene]
by Morten Tønnessen
Time: 8 PM to 10 PM
Location: Sting, Stavanger, Norway
Event Date: Sep 22, 2015
Organization: Forsker StandUp (Forskningsdagene)
Research Interests: Human Ecology, Ecology, and Anthropocene
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Theory Building with System Dynamics: Ice Age Extinctions
by Elin Whitney-Smith
A recently developed system dynamics model specifies a new hypothesis for the extinctions at the end of the Pleistocene - Second Order Predation - and compares it with the overkill hypothesis (see http://quaternary.net/extinct2000​). It... more
Publication Date: 2000
Research Interests: Ecology, Pleistocene mammals, Systems Dynamics, Environmental Systems Dynamics, and Pleistocene megafauna
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CREATING THE TINIEST BISON: A SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODEL OF ECOLOGICAL EVOLUTION
by Elin Whitney-Smith
Research Interests: Climate Change and Ecology
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THE ECOLOGY OF ARCTIC AND ALPINE PLANTS
by Mario Andres Herrera Moratta
Research Interests: Botany, Climate Change, Conservation Biology, Climatology, and Ecology
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Pteridophytes diversity of Satpura Hills
by Balendra Singh
Research Interests: Botany, Conservation Biology, and Ecology
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Pleistocene rainforests: barriers or attractive environments for early human foragers?
by Michael Petraglia and Patrick Roberts
In the 1980s, anthropologists argued that tropical rainforests were unattractive environments for long-term human navigation, subsistence and occupation. Meanwhile, archaeologists have traditionally held that Homo sapiens only intensively... more
Research Interests: Archaeology, Prehistoric Archaeology, Human Evolution, Ecology, Evolution and Human Behavior, and 3 more
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Plio-Pleistocene climatic change had a major impact in the assembly and disassembly processes of Iberian rodent communities
by Ana Rosa Gómez Cano and Juan L. Cantalapiedra
Comprehension of changes in community composition through multiple spatio-temporal scales is a prime challenge in ecology and palaeobiology. However, assembly, structuring and disassembly of biotic metacommunities in deep-time is... more
Research Interests: Macroecology, Community Ecology, Paleoecology, Ecology, Evolution, and 11 more
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Linking snake habitat use to nest predation risk in grassland birds: the dangers of shrub cover
by Kimberly A With
Extremes in rangeland management, varying from too-frequent fire and intensive grazing to the suppression of both, threaten rangeland ecosystems worldwide. Intensive fire and grazing denude and homogenize vegetation whereas their... more
Publication Date: 2010
Publication Name: Oecologia
Research Interests: Ecology, Predator-Prey Interactions, Grassland Ecology, Snakes, Songbirds, and 2 more
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