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- Hughes, Joelene; Macdonald, David W.
- Biological conservation 2013 v.157 pp. 341-351
- biologists, etc ; biodiversity; carnivores; databases; disease transmission; dogs; domestic animals; economics; experts; human health; human population; hybridization; islands; predation; rabies; social benefit; wildlife; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Negative impacts from the presence of domestic animals pose particular issues for biodiversity conservation as they are intimately tied to the economic, social and political values of local people, requiring interdisciplinary cooperation for successful outcomes. Despite domestic dogs being widespread there is little information on the scale and scope of any conservation problems they may cause. Do ...
- Pautasso, Marco; Aas, Gregor; Queloz, Valentin; Holdenrieder, Ottmar
- Biological conservation 2013 v.158 pp. 37-49
- biologists, etc ; Chalara; Fraxinus excelsior; Hymenoscyphus; biodiversity; breeding; dead wood; dieback; disease resistance; disease severity; ecologists; felling; forests; fungi; geneticists; germplasm conservation; keystone species; landscapes; managers; new species; pathogens; prediction; provenance; risk; scientists; stakeholders; surveys; tree classes; tree mortality; trees; wood; Poland; Show all 32 Subjects
- ... Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) is a keystone tree species throughout temperate Europe whose future existence is threatened by an emerging invasive fungal disease. Ash dieback, which first appeared in Poland in the 1990s, has rapidly spread to most eastern, central and northern European countries. The causal agent of the disease, the ascomycete Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus (anamorph Chalara fraxine ...