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    • The threat of free-ranging domestic dog to native wildlife: implication for conservation in Southeast Asia 

      Marshall, Holly Elizabeth; Grainger, Matthew; Sukumal, Niti; Savini, Tommaso (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The global population of domestic dogs is estimated at 900 million, making them the world’s most abundant carnivore. Southeast Asia is considered extremely vulnerable to wildlife declines linked to free-ranging dogs, yet ...
    • Femti år etter utsettingene av mysis (Mysis relicta) og firetornet istidskreps (Pallasiola quadrispinosa) i norske innsjøer: til gagn eller skade? 

      Sandlund, Odd Terje; Arnekleiv, Jo Vegar; Hesthagen, Trygve H.; Koksvik, Jan Ivar; Næsje, Tor (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Krepsdyra Mysis relicta (mysis, pungreke) og Pallasiola quadrispinosa (firetornet istidskreps, heretter kalt pallasea) forekommer i Norge naturlig i noen innsjøer på Østlandet. Etter utsettinger i regulerte innsjøer i ...
    • Pastures under pressure. Effects of other land users and the environment 

      Horstkotte, Tim; Kumpula, Jouko; Sandstrom, Per; Tømmervik, Hans; Kivinen, Sonja; Skarin, Anna; Moen, Jon; Sandström, Stefan (Chapter, 2022)
      Reindeer habitats cover most vegetation zones of northern Fennoscandia, from boreal forest to coastal and alpine areas (Chapters 1 and 3). These vegetation zones are used during different seasons for reindeer grazing and ...
    • Overvåking av fisk i store innsjøer 2020 - og oppsummering av erfaringer etter seks års metodeutvikling 

      EIkland, Knut Andreas; Gjelland, Karl Øystein; Solberg, Ingrid; Lie, Erik Friele; Dokk, John Gunnar; Holter, Tobias; Eloranta, Antti; Sandlund, Odd Terje (NINA Rapport;2149, Research report, 2022)
      Eikland, K. A., Gjelland, K. Ø., Solberg, I., Lie, E. F., Dokk, J. G., Holter, T., Eloranta, A. & Sandlund, O. T. 2022. Overvåking av fisk i store innsjøer 2020 – og oppsummering av erfaringer etter seks års metodeutvikling. ...
    • Alien species and the Water Framework Directive: Recommendations for assessing ecological status in fresh waters in Norway 

      Sandvik, Hanno; Taugbøl, Annette; Bærum, Kim Magnus; Hesthagen, Trygve H.; Jensen, Thomas Correll; Johnsen, Stein Ivar; Sandlund, Odd Terje; Schartau, Ann Kristin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      1. Invasive alien species are recognized as a significant anthropogenic threat to freshwater ecosystems, because they may bring about the local extinction of native species and the collapse of habitat types of special ...
    • Law abiding citizens on popular support for the illegal killing of wolves 

      Krange, Olve; Von Essen, Erica; Skogen, Ketil (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Conflicts over wolf management are a stable feature of Norwegian public debate. In some segments of the population, nature management, and especially predator management, have a very low legitimacy. A strong expression of ...
    • Reindeer behavioural ecology and use of pastures in pastoral livelihoods 

      Skarin, Anna; Kumpula, Jouko; Tveraa, Torkild; Åhman, Birgitta (Chapter, 2022)
      Reindeer pastoralists have, for centuries, followed free-roaming animals throughout the Eurasian Arctic. The closing of national borders about a century ago forced the reindeer pastoralists to adapt to new conditions. ...
    • A global synthesis of ecosystem services provided and disrupted by freshwater bivalvemolluscs 

      Zieritz, Alexandra; Sousa, Ronaldo; Aldridge, David C.; Douda, Karel; Esteves, Eduardo; Ferreira-Rodríguez, Noé; Magerøy, Jon Hamner; Nizzoli, Daniele; Österling, Martin; Reis, Joaquim; Riccardi, Nicoletta; Daill, Daniel; Gumpinger, Clemens; Vaz, Ana Sofia (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Identification of ecosystem services, i.e. the contributions that ecosystems make to human well-being, has proven instru-mental in galvanising public and political support for safeguarding biodiversity and its benefits to ...
    • The Historical Complexity of Tree Height Growth Dynamic Associated with Climate Change in Western North America 

      Messaoud, Yassine; Reid, Anya M.; Tchebakova, Nadezhda M.; Goldman, Jack A.; Hofgaard, Annika (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The effect of climate on tree growth has received increased interest in the context of climate change. However, most studies have been limited geographically and with respect to species. Here, sixteen tree species of western ...
    • Impacts of piscicide-induced fish removal on resource use and trophic diversity of lake invertebrates 

      Eloranta, Antti; Kjærstad, Gaute; Power, Michael; Lakka, Hanna-Kaisa; Arnekleiv, Jo Vegar; Finstad, Anders Gravbrøt (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Chemical eradication of non-native species has become a widely used method to mitigate the potential negative im- pacts of altered competitive or predatory dynamics on biodiversity and natural ecosystem processes. However, ...
    • 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. ...
    • Conservation of Galliformes in the Greater Himalaya: is there a need for a higher-quality evidence-base? 

      Gupta, Garima; Grainger, Matthew; Dunn, Jonathon C.; Sanderson, Roy; McGowan, Philip J. K. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Global biodiversity is at a heightened risk of extinction and we are losing species faster than at any other time. It is important to understand the threats that drive a species towards extinction in order to address those ...
    • Spredning av nasjonalt og regionalt fremmed ferskvannsfisk i perioden 2013-2021 

      Hesthagen, Trygve; Sandlund, Odd Terje (NINA Rapport;2099, Research report, 2022)
      Hesthagen, T. & Sandlund, O.T. 2022. Spredning av nasjonalt og regionalt fremmed ferskvannsfisk i perioden 2013-2021. NINA Rapport 2099. Norsk institutt for naturforskning. Menneskeskapt spredning av fisk i ferskvann er ...
    • Variation and correlation in the timing of breeding of North Atlantic seabirds across multiple scales 

      Keogan, Katharine; Daunt, Francis; Wanless, Sarah; Phillips, Richard A.; Alvarez, David; Anker-Nilssen, Tycho; Barrett, Robert; Bech, Claus; Becker, Peter H.; Berglund, Per-Arvid; Bouwhuis, Sandra; Burr, Zofia M.; Chastel, Olivier; Christensen-Dalsgaard, S*; Christensen-Dalsgaard, Signe; Descamps, Sebastien; Diamond, Tony; Elliott, Kyle; Erikstad, Kjell E.; Harris, Mike; Hentati-Sundberg, Jonas; Heubeck, Martin; Kress, Stephen W.; Langset, Magdalene; Lorentsen, Svein-Håkon; Major, Heather L.; Mallory, Mark; Mellor, Mick; Miles, Will T.S.; Moe, Børge; Mostello, Carolyn; Newell, Mark; Nisbet, Ian; Reiertsen, Tone Kristin; Rock, Jennifer; Shannon, Paula; Varpe, Øystein; Lewis, Sue; Phillimore, Albert B. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      1. Timing of breeding, an important driver of fitness in many populations, is widely studied in the context of global change, yet despite considerable efforts to identify environmental drivers of seabird nesting phenology, ...
    • The role of participatory scenarios in ecological restoration: a systematic map protocol 

      Moore, Eleanor; Howson, Pete; Grainger, Matthew; Teh, Yit Arn; Pfeifer, Marion (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Background: The scale of land degradation worldwide has led the UN to declare the Decade of Ecosystem Restoration and movements such as the Bonn Challenge (https:// www. bonnc halle nge. org/), have placed ecological ...
    • Late Holocene anthropogenic landscapechange in northwestern Europe impactedinsect biodiversity as much as climatechange did after the last Ice Age 

      Pilotto, Francesca; Rojas, Alexis; Buckland, Philip I. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Since the last Ice Age (ca115 000–11 700 years ago), the geographical rangesof most plants and animals have shifted, expanded or contracted. Under-standing the timing, geographical patterns and drivers of past changes ...