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- Fox, Richard; Oliver, Tom H.; Harrower, Colin; Parsons, Mark S.; Thomas, Chris D.; Roy, David B.; Pärt, Tomas
- Journal of applied ecology 2014 v.51 no.4 pp. 949-957
- ecological restoration, etc ; arable soils; biodiversity; climate; climate change; data collection; habitat conservation; habitat destruction; host plants; land use; moths; nitrogen; plant characteristics; synergism; Great Britain; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Species’ distributions are likely to be affected by a combination of environmental drivers. We used a data set of 11 million species occurrence records over the period 1970–2010 to assess changes in the frequency of occurrence of 673 macro‐moth species in Great Britain. Groups of species with different predicted sensitivities showed divergent trends, which we interpret in the context of land‐use a ...
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- James, Jeremy J.; Svejcar, Tony J.; Rinella, Matthew J.
- Journal of applied ecology 2011 v.48 no.4 pp. 961
- ecological restoration, etc ; annual grasslands; arid zones; recruitment; seed germination; grasses; sowing; indigenous species; developmental stages; geographical variation; steppes; Artemisia; temporal variation; colonizing ability; statistical models; equations; probability analysis; Bayesian theory; mortality; seedling emergence; fires; Oregon; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... 1. Seeding is an important management tool in aridland restoration, but seeded species often fail to establish. Previous research has largely focused on the technical aspects of seeding with little effort directed at identifying demographic processes driving recruitment failures. 2. In tilled plots, in each of 3 years, we estimated life stage transition probabilities for three species commonly use ...