From fisheries management, to reintroductions and land use policies, here are some highlights from issue 55:3:
- Addressing global fisheries management challenges in a changing world
Our latest Spotlight, showcasing high-quality and topical research
- Targeted supplementary feeding supports reintroduction of endangered raptors
This issue’s Editor’s Choice
- Is environmental legislation conserving tropical stream faunas?
Looking beyond the trees in tropical forest landscapes
- Evaluating the temporal effectiveness of marine reserves
Species recovery after closure to mobile fishing gear – part of this issue’s Spotlight on Fisheries management
- Increasing the conservation value of commercial stands
In English and Spanish
- How important is seagrass for blue carbon?
And is shading from man-made structures putting seagrass meadows at risk?
- Prioritising local habitat quality for woodland hoverflies
On the importance of habitat quality in restoration efforts
- Integrating socio-economic and ecological data leads to better management recommendations
Comparing the effects of habitat fragmentation with those of human persecution on the Chilean güiña
- The impacts of roads on grizzly bears
Infographic from the University of Alberta
- The spontaneous recovery of Neotropical savannas in abandoned pastures
In English and Portuguese
- Abandoned pastures regenerate to low diversity forests without intervention
An Associate Editor’s take on the above article by Cava et al.
- Biodiversity erosion in Brazil due to land use change: the case of grasslands
Calling for more restrictive policies around land use changes in South Brazil
- Process driving pattern: the long-term impact of a transmissible cancer on Tasmanian devils
New research into devil facial tumour disease
- The devil is in the details: managing small populations to combat disease-led decline
Comments on the above article by Lazenby et al.
- New radar satellite imagery tracks agricultural land use intensity at landscape scales
New ways of mapping human impacts on ecosystems
Issue 55:3 of Journal of Applied Ecology is available now.