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Agricultural intensification, ownership, and landscape change in the Mackenzie Basin
This article investigates the role of shifting land ownership in landscape change in New Zealand’s Mackenzie Basin. It was hypothesised that ownership patterns influence landscape transformation; and changes in ownership ...
Using balanced acceptance sampling as a master sample for environmental surveys
Well-designed environmental monitoring programmes for management organisations are important for evidence-based decision making. However, many environmental problems are not single agency issues that require intervention ...
Antarctic environmental protection: Strengthening the links between science and governance
(Elsevier BV, 2018)
© 2018 The Authors The Antarctic has significant environmental, scientific, historic, and intrinsic values, all of which are worth protecting into the future. Nevertheless, the area is subject to an increasing level and ...
Demographic histories and genetic diversity across pinnipeds are shaped by human exploitation, ecology and life-history
A central paradigm in conservation biology is that population bottlenecks reduce genetic diversity and population viability. In an era of biodiversity loss and climate change, understanding the determinants and consequences ...
Community dynamics can modify the direction of simulated warming effects on crop yield
Climate change affects agriculture through a range of direct and indirect pathways. These include direct changes to impacts of pests and diseases on crops and indirect effects produced by interactions between organisms. ...