Recent Submissions

  • Low-intensive agricultural landscapes could help to sustain Green Peafowl Pavo muticus inhabiting surrounding forest patches in Northern Thailand 

    Saridnirun, Ghan; Sukumal, Niti; Grainger, Matthew; Savini, Tommaso (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Wildlife in Southeast Asia is greatly affected by agricultural expansion. While intensive farming causes biodiversity decline, low-intensive farming can support some adapted wildlife. In Thailand, the rapid transformation ...
  • Mushrooms for enhanced agriculture sustainability the MUSA concept 

    Martín, Carlos; Xiong, Shaojun; Passoth, Volkmar; Põldmaa, Kadri; Solberg, Svein Øivind; Hultberg, M; Strætkvern, Knut Olav; Golovko, Oksana; Pilotto, Francesca; Müller, Bettina; Pent, Mari; Klausen, Sarah Jasmin; Romero-Soto, Luis Alejandro (Journal article, 2023)
    The project MUSA – MUshrooms for Sustainable Agriculture is an effort to use mushroom-based processes to enhance agriculture sustainability in Nordic and Baltic countries. The project covers both the production of fruitbodies ...
  • The Atlantic Forest of South America: Spatiotemporal dynamics of the vegetation and implications for conservation 

    Vancine, Maurício Humberto; Muylaert, Renata L.; Niebuhr, Bernardo Brandão; Oshima, Júlia Emi Faria; Tonetti, Vinicius; Bernardo, Rodrigo; de Angelo, Carlos; Rosa, Marcos Reis; Grohmann, Carlos Henrique; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    The Atlantic Forest in South America (AF) is one of the world's most diverse and threatened biodiversity hotspots. We present a comprehensive spatiotemporal analysis of 34 years of AF landscape change between 1986 and 2020. ...
  • Mapping roadless areas in regionswith contrasting human footprint 

    Hoffmann, Monika T.; Ostapowicz, Katarzyna Anna; Bartoń, Kamil; Pierre L., Ibisch; Selva, Nuria (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    In an increasingly human- and road-dominated world, the preservation of functional ecosystems has become highly relevant. While the negative ecological impacts of roads on ecosystems are numerous and well documented, ...
  • Mijá duobddága: Sankingspraksiser i samiske kystområder – relasjoner, verdier og bærekraft 

    Rybråten, Stine; Aira, Harrieth; Andersen, Svanhild; Joks, Solveig; Nilsen, Steinar (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Sammenlignet med samiske praksiser knyttet til reindrift og fjordfiske har sankingspraksiser i samiske områder blitt viet liten akademisk oppmerksomhet. Dette til tross for at multebærplukking har vært av sentral historisk ...
  • A paleogenomic investigation of overharvest implications in an endemic wild reindeer subspecies 

    Kellner, Fabian Laszlo; Le Moullec, Mathilde; Ellegaard, Martin Rene; Rosvold, Jørgen; Peeters, Bart; Burnett, Hamish Andrew; Pedersen, Åshild Ønvik; Brealey, Jaelle C.; Dussex, Nicolas; Bieker, Vanessa Carina; Hansen, Brage Bremset; Martin, Michael David (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Overharvest can severely reduce the abundance and distribution of a species andthereby impact its genetic diversity and threaten its future viability. Overharvestremains an ongoing issue for Arctic mammals, which due to ...
  • A long-term study of the impact of the invasive species Eurasian minnow Phoxinus phoxinus on brown trout Salmo trutta production in a high mountain lake, Southern Norway 

    Qvenild, Tore; Hesthagen, Trygve H.; Museth, Jon (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    The shallow Lake Skjerja was originally one of the most outstanding brown trout lakes on the Hardangervidda mountain plateau. During the period 1973–1985, the annual yield was on average 3.35 kg ha-1. In the mid-1980s, ...
  • Integrating local ecological knowledge and remote sensing reveals patterns and drivers of forest cover change: North Korea as a case study 

    Elves‑Powell, Joshua; Dolan, Jai; Durant, Sarah M.; Lee, Hang; Linnell, John Durrus; Turvey, Samuel T.; Axmacher, Jan C. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Satellite-based remote sensing approaches provide a cost-efficient means to collect information on the world’s forests and to repeatedly survey large, or inaccessible, forest areas. However, it may not always be possible ...
  • A circumpolar study unveils a positive non-linear effect oftemperature on arctic arthropod availability that may reduce therisk of warming-induced trophic mismatch for breeding shorebirds 

    Chagnon-Lafortune, Aurélie; Duchesne, Éliane; Legagneux, Pierre; McKinnon, Laura; Reneerkens, Jeroen; Casajus, Nicolas; Abraham, Kenneth F.; Bolduc, Élise; Brown, Glen S.; Brown, Stephen C.; Gates, H. River; Gilg, Olivier; Giroux, Marie-Andrée; Gurney, Kirsty E.B.; Kendall, Steve; Kwon, Eunbi; Lanctot, Richard B.; Lank, David B.; Lecomte, Nicolas; Leung, Maria; Liebezeit, Joseph R.; Morrison, R. I. Guy; Nol, Erica; Payer, David C.; Reid, Donald; Ruthrauff, Daniel; Saalfeld, Sarah T.; Sandercock, Brett Kevin; Smith, Paul A.; Schmidt, Niels Martin; Tulp, Ingrid; Ward, David H.; Høye, Toke T.; Berteaux, Dominique; Bêty, Joël (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Seasonally abundant arthropods are a crucial food source for many migratorybirds that breed in the Arctic. In cold environments, the growth and emergence ofarthropods are particularly tied to temperature. Thus, the phenology ...
  • Do foraging ecology and contaminants interactively predict parenting hormone levels in common eider? 

    Smith, Reyd A.; Fort, Jérôme; Legagneux, Pierre; Chastel, Olivier; Mallory, Mark L.; Bustamante, Paco; Danielsen, Jóhannis; Hanssen, Sveinn Are; Einar Jónsson, Jón; Magnúsdóttir, Ellen; Moe, Børge; Parenteau, Charline; Parkinson, Kyle J.L.; Parsons, Glen J.; Tertitski, Grigori; Love, Oliver P. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Global climate change is causing abiotic shifts such as higher air and ocean temperatures, and disappearing sea ice in Arctic ecosystems. These changes influence Arctic-breeding seabird foraging ecology by altering prey ...
  • Loss of Sunda clouded leopards and forest integrity drive potential impacts of mesopredator release on vulnerable avifauna 

    Mayhew, Darwin Steuart-Menzies; Hearn, Andrew J.; Devineau, Olivier; Linnell, John Durrus; Macdonald, David W. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Amongst the unintended consequences of anthropogenic landscape conversion is declining apex predator abundance linked to loss of forest integrity, which can potentially re-order trophic networks. One such re-ordering, known ...
  • Increasing uptake of ecosystem service assessments: best practice check-lists for practitioners in Europe 

    Barton, David Nicholas; Immerzeel, Bart; Brander, Luke; Grêt-Regamey, Adrienne; Huerta, Jarumi Kato; Kretsch, Conor; Le Clech, Solen; Rendón, Paula M.; Seguin, Joana; Coyote, Martha V. Arámbula; Almenar, Javier Babí; Balzan, Mario V.; Burkhard, Benjamin; Carvaho-Santos, Claudia; Geneletti, Davide; Goñi, Victoria Guisado; Giannakis, Elias; Liekens, Inge; Lupa, Piotr; Ryan, Gillian; Stępniewska, Małgorzata K.; Tanacs, Eszter; van ‘t Hoff, Vince; Walther, Franziska E.; Zoumides, Christos; Zwierzchowska, Iwona; Grammatikopoulou, Ioanna; Villosalda, Miguel (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Aiming at understanding the role of plural values in decision-making, the IPBES Values Assessment defined nature valuation broadly as including biophysical, economic and socio-cultural assessments, including ecosystem ...
  • Bullatosporium taxicola, a new genus and species in Mytilinidiaceae (Pleosporomycetidae, Dothideomycetes) from western Norway 

    Andreasen, Mathias; Jordal, John Bjarne; Nordén, Björn (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    The new genus and species Bullatosporium taxicola are described from dead wood of Taxus baccata in western Norway. Despite some morphological resemblance with Hysteriaceae, including low ascomata with a thick carbonized ...
  • Modifying and parameterizing the individual-based model inSTREAM for Atlantic salmon and brown trout in the regulated Gullspång River, Sweden 

    Bjørnås, Kristine Lund; Railsback, Steven F.; Piccolo, John J. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    We modified, parameterized, and applied the individual-based model inSTREAM version 6.1 for lake-migrating populations of landlocked Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (S. trutta) in a residual flow stretch of ...
  • Global responses to the COVID-19 pandemic by recreational anglers: considerations for developing more resilient and sustainable fisheries 

    Britton, J. Robert; Pinder, Adrian C.; Alós, Josep; Arlinghaus, Robert; Danylchuk, Andy J.; Edwards, Wendy; Freire, Kátia M. F.; Gundelund, Casper; Hyder, Kieran; Jarić, Ivan; Lennox, Robert; Lewin, Wolf-Christian; Lynch, Abigail J.; Midway, Stephen R.; Potts, Warren M.; Ryan, Karina L.; Skov, Christian; Strehlow, Harry V.; Tracey, Sean R.; Tsuboi, Jun-ichi; Venturelli, Paul A.; Weir, Jessica L.; Weltersbach, Marc Simon; Cooke, Steven J. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    The global COVID-19 pandemic resulted in many jurisdictions implementing orders restricting the movements of people to inhibit virus transmission, with recreational angling often either not permitted or access to fsheries ...
  • Habitat functionality: Integrating environmental and geographic space in niche modeling for conservation planning 

    Van Moorter, Bram; Kivimäki, Ilkka; Panzacchi, Manuela; Saura, Santiago; Niebuhr, Bernardo Brandão; Strand, Olav; Saerens, Marco (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Niche modeling is typically used to assess the effects of anthropogenic landuse and climate change on species distributions and to inform spatial conser-vation planning. These models focus on the suitability of local biotic ...
  • Bottom-up rather than top-down mechanisms determine mesocarnivore interactions in Norway 

    Cano-Martínez, Rocío; Thorsen, Neri Horntvedt; Hofmeester, Tim R.; Odden, John; Linnell, John Durrus; Devineau, Olivier; Angoh, Siow Yan Jennifer; Odden, Morten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Interactions among coexisting mesocarnivores can be influenced by different factors such as the presence of large carnivores, land-use, environmental productivity,or human disturbance. Disentangling the relative importance ...
  • Marked differences in foraging area use and susceptibility to predation between two closely-related tropical seabirds 

    Fayet, Annette; Sanchez, Cheryl; Appoo, Jennifer; Constance, Jessica; Clucas, Gemma; Turnbull, Lindsay A.; Bunbury, Nancy (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Ecological theory predicts that closely-related species must occupy diferent niches to coexist. How marine top predators achieve this during breeding, when they often gather in large multi-species colonies and are constrained ...
  • Evaluating MODIS snow products using an extensive wildlife camera network 

    Breen, Catherine; Vuyovich, Carrie; Odden, John; Hall, Dorothy; Prugh, Laura (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Snow covers a maximum of 47 million km2 of Earth’s northern hemisphere each winter and is an important component of the planet’s energy balance, hydrology cycles, and ecosystems. Monitoring regional and global snow cover ...
  • Living with wolves: A worldwide systematic review of attitudes 

    Barmoen, Magnus; Bærum, Kim Magnus; Mathiesen, Kristin Evensen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    This systematic review of peer reviewed articles on attitudes towards gray wolves (Canis lupus), shows that attitudes are mainly measured either by mean values of attitudes or by proportional differences in attitudes. ...

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