Gray wolf, Canis lupus
Photo by Gary Kramer — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Hybridization due to changing species distributions: adding problems or solutions to conservation of biodiversity during global change?
Adrian C Brennan, Guy Woodward, Ole Seehausen, Violeta Muñoz-Fuentes, Craig Moritz, Anis Guelmami, Richard J. Abbott & Pim Edelaar — 2014(6) (email@example.com)
Keywords: adaptive potential, biodiversity loss, conservation management, ecological network, global change, hybridization
Heat tolerance and its evolutionary potential along a latitudinal gradient in Daphnia magna.
Aurora N. Geerts, Luc De Meester & Robby Stoks — 2014(6) (Aurora.Geerts@bio.kuleuven.be)
Keywords: CTmax, Daphnia magna, evolutionary potential, latitude, thermal adaptation
Using native and invasive populations as surrogate 'species' to predict the potential for native and invasive populations to shift their range.
Jane Molofsky & Alexandra R. Collins — 2014(6) (Jane.Molofsky@uvm.edu)
Keywords: genetic variance, invasive plants, Phalaris arundinacea, range margin
Influence of game restocking on the migratory behaviour of the common quail, Coturnix coturnix.
Ines Sanchez-Donoso, José Domingo Rodríguez-Teijeiro, Irene Quintanilla, Irene Jiménez-Blasco, Francesc Sardà-Palomera, Jesús Nadal, Manel Puigcerver & Carles Vilà — 2014(6) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: human-mediated changes, hybridization, introgression, migration, sedentarization, wintering
Robustness of the spatial insurance effects of biodiversity to habitat loss.
Patrick L. Thompson, Bronwyn Rayfield & Andrew Gonzalez — 2014(6) (email@example.com)
Keywords: centrality, connectivity, dispersal, ecosystem function, environmental change, extinction, habitat fragmentation, metacommunity, network, stability
Developing the capacity to monitor climate change impacts in Mediterranean estuaries.
Susan L Ustin, Maria J. Santos, Erin L. Hestir, Shruti Khanna, Angeles Casas & Jonathan Greenberg — 2014(6) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: canopy structure, hyperspectral remote sensing, imaging spectroscopy, mapping invasive and native aquatic plant species