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  • Ecosystem Services: A Systematic Review of Provisioning and Cultural Ecosystem Services in Estuaries 

    Booi, Sipesihle; Mishi, Syden; Andersen, Oddgeir (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    It is widely argued that humans deteriorate and vandalize ecosystems, yet little is known about the advantages they receive from the same. The study employs the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses ...
  • Higher leaf nitrogen content is linked to tighter stomatalregulation of transpiration and more efficient water use acrossdryland trees 

    Querejeta, José Ignacio; Prieto, Ivan; Armas, Cristina; Casanoves, Fernando; Diémé, Joseph S.; Diouf, Mayécor; Yossi, Harouna; Kaya, Bocary; Pugnaire, Francisco I.; Rusch, Graciela (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    The least-cost economic theory of photosynthesis shows that water and nitrogen are mutu-ally substitutable resources to achieve a given carbon gain. However, vegetation in the Sahelhas to cope with the dual challenge imposed ...
  • Potential for increased connectivity between differentiated wolverine populations 

    Lansink, G.M.; Kleven, Oddmund; Ekblom, R.; Spong, G.; Kopatz, Alexander; Mattisson, Jenny; Persson, J.; Kojola, I.; Holmala, K.; Ollila, T.; Ellegren, H.; Kindberg, Jonas; Flagstad, Øystein; Aspi, J.; Kvist, L. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    Information on genetic population structure provides important knowledge for species conservation. Yet, few studies combine extensive genetic data to evaluate the structure and population dynamics of transboundary populations. ...
  • Rebuilding green infrastructure in boreal production forest given future global wood demand 

    Moor, Helen; Eggers, Jeannette; Fabritius, Henna; Forsell, Nicklas; Henckel, Laura; Bradter, Ute; Mazziotta, Adriano; Nordén, Jenni; Snäll, Tord (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    1. Global policy for future biodiversity conservation is ultimately implemented at landscape and local scales. In parallel, green infrastructure planning needs to account for socioeconomic dynamics at national and global ...
  • Evidence for overfishing of tigerfish Hydrocynus vittatus (Castelnau 1861) in the Kavango River, Namibia 

    Jacobs, F.J.; Næsje, Tor; Ulvan, Eva Marita; Hay, C.J.; Khaebeb, F.H.; Weyl, Olaf Lawrence Friedrich (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
    The fishery for the African tigerfish Hydrocynus vittatus in northern Namibia makes a substantial contribution to surrounding food security and stimulates the local economy through subsistence and recreational fishing. ...

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