Read the highlights from our September issue.
Value of information: when to learn and when to manage in conservation
This issue’s Editor’s Choice article
Better many small than a few large: how landscape configuration affects arthropod communities in rice
Can splitting agricultural ecosystems help reduce yield losses for rice farmers?
Crop functional traits can help to predict the effects of organic farming on soil carbon sequestration
Functional traits of crop residues and their connection to soil carbon storage
First steps towards active fire management on the Brazilian Cerrado
Policy Direction with Portuguese translation
A win-win for wine
Inter-row vegetation in vineyards can help tackle soil erosion without sacrificing the quality of grapes
Using science to inform policy during adverse weather conditions
The effect of cold weather on the Eurasian woodcock
Crop rotations called into question
Why it’s time to rethink the way we approach this agricultural practice
Ostrom’s framework: where people and nature meet
Presenting a framework to evaluate the sustainability of different social-ecological systems
Integrating fire management policies within conservation planning: ‘win-win’ solutions for bird conservation and wildfire prevention
Conservation planning objectives to meet multiple demands
La integración de las políticas de gestión de incendios forestales en la planificación de la conservación puede proporcionar soluciones beneficiosas tanto para la conservación de las aves como la prevención de incendios
Demographic response to patch destruction in an endangered amphibian
Is rehabilitation always a good thing?
Identifying lurking garden invaders promoted by climate change
Assessing the naturalization risk of ornamental plants
Predicting future invaders in Europe
An Associate Editor’s take on the above article
Prevendo as próximas espécies invasoras
Read these articles and more in issue 55:5 of Journal of Applied Ecology.