To start 2018, we’ve compiled some of the highlights for our first issue of the year. As well as a Special Feature on Functional traits in agroecology, issue 55:1 includes topics such as conservation, invasives and agricultural landscapes.
Here we take a look at some of the author and Editor comments on articles in this issue:
- Special Feature: Functional traits in agroecology
Authors from the feature share insights in a series of blog posts
- Editor’s Choice: Integrating local knowledge and ecological research
How to combat the negative effects of invasive plants? Ask the locals!
- Research, management and local knowledge: an innovative approach to invasive species control
Senior Editor, Marc Cadotte on this month’s Editor’s Choice
- Poaching problems? More rangers, please…
- How did the squirrel glider’s genes cross the road? Wildlife crossing structures are no joke
Can we reconnect isolated populations?
- If you build it, will it work?
Associate Editor thoughts on the importance of the above crossing structures work
- Video: Population density – a new method using remote cameras and radio collars
Monitoring grizzly bears (and some amusing video footage!)
- Landscape structure and human management influence biodiversity value of livestock production systems
Supporting a growing human population and maintaining biodiversity
- Effective management options for exotic fish species: round goby case studyIn English and Portuguese
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