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Benthic assemblages on artificial reefs in the northwestern Adriatic Sea: Does structure type and age matter?

Based on: Ponti M., Fava F., Perlini R.A., Giovanardi O. & Abbiati M. (2015)

Cross-fostering in Gray Wolves (Canis lupus lupus)

Zoo Biology

Based on: Scharis I. & Amundin M. (2015)

Limits to captive breeding of mammals in zoos

Conservation Biology

Based on: Alroy J. (2015)

Black bear exclusion fences to protect mobile apiaries

Human Wildlife Interactions

Based on: Otto T.E. & Roloff G.J. (2015)

Evaluation of seasonal variability of soil biogeochemical properties in aggregate-size fractioned soil under different tillages

Soil and Tillage Research

Based on: Panettieri M., Berns A.E., Knicker H., Murillo J.M. & Madejón E. (2015)

Nitrous oxide and methane emissions from a vetch cropping season are changed by long-term tillage practices in a Mediterranean agroecosystem

Biology and Fertility of Soils

Based on: Tellez-Rio A., García-Marco S., Navas M., López-Solanilla E., Rees R.M., Tenorio J.L. & Vallejo A. (2015)

Is trophy hunting of bharal (blue sheep) and Himalayan tahr contributing to their conservation in Nepal?

Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy

Based on: Aryal A., Dhakal M., Panthi S., Yadav B.P., Shrestha L.B., Bencini R., Raubenheimer D. & Ji W.H. (2015)

Rapid recovery of invertebrate communities after ecological restoration of boreal mires

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Noreika N., Kotiaho J.S., Penttinen J., Punttila P., Vuori A., Pajunen T., Autio O., Loukola O.J. & Kotze D.J. (2015)

Cambios de la vegetación tras la restauración de la turbera de Belate (Navarra) observados mediante cartografía diacrónica

Based on: Peralta de Andrés J., Heras Pérez P., Infante Sánchez M. & Berastegi Gartziandia A. (2015)

Aspiring to an altered stable state: rebuilding of bay scallop populations and fisheries following intensive restoration

Based on: Tettelbach S., Peterson B., Carroll J., Furman B., Hughes S., Havelin J., Europe J., Bonal D., Weinstock A. & Smith C. (2015)

Impact of fish stocking on Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) densities: A case study on two salmonid streams

Mammalian Biology

Based on: Sittenthaler M., Bayerl H., Unfer G., Kuehn R. & Parz-Gollner R. (2015)

Managing conflict between bats and humans: The response of soprano pipistrelles (Pipistrellus pygmaeus) to exclusion from roosts in houses

PLoS ONE

Based on: Stone E, Newson S.E, Browne W.J, Harris S., Jones G & Zeale M.R.K (2015)

Green roofs provide habitat for urban bats

Global Ecology and Conservation

Based on: Parkins K.L & Clark J.A (2015)

Bats are not birds - different responses to human land-use on a tropical mountain

Biotropica

Based on: Helbig-Bonitz M., Ferger S.W., Bohning-Gaese K., Tschapka M., Howell K. & Kalko E.K.V. (2015)

Private lands habitat programs benefit California's native birds

California Agriculture

Based on: DiGaudio R.T., Kreitinger K.E., Hickey C.M., Seavy N.E. & Gardali T. (2015)

Management implications for releasing orphaned, captive-reared bears back to the wild

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Beecham J.J., De G.H.M., Karamanlidis A.A., Beausoleil R.A., Burguess K., Jeong D., Binks M., Bereczky L., Ashraf N.V.K., Skripova K., Rhodin L., Auger J. & Lee B. (2015)

Effects of a 5-year trawling ban on the local benthic community in a wind farm in the Dutch coastal zone

ICES Journal of Marine Science

Based on: Bergman M.J.N., Ubels S.M., Duineveld G.C.A. & Meesters E.W.G. (2015)

Grazing, tilling and canopy effects on carbon dioxide fluxes in a Spanish dehesa

Agroforestry Systems

Based on: Uribe C., Inclán R., Hernando L., Román M., Clavero M.A., Roig S. & Miegroet H.V. (2015)

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