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Exercise standards for testing and training: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association.
The 2001 version of the exercise standards statement1 has served effectively to reflect the basic fundamentals of ECG–monitored exercise testing and training of both healthy subjects and patients… Expand
Zero tolerance ecology: improving ecological inference by modelling the source of zero observations.
- T. Martin, B. Wintle, +5 authors H. Possingham
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Ecology letters
- 1 November 2005
A common feature of ecological data sets is their tendency to contain many zero values. Expand
Predicting species distributions for conservation decisions
- A. Guisan, R. Tingley, +20 authors Y. Buckley
- Computer Science, Biology
- Ecology letters
- 17 October 2013
We encourage species distribution modellers to get involved in real decision-making processes that will benefit from their technical input; this strategy has the potential to better bridge theory and practice, and contribute to improve both scientific knowledge and conservation outcomes. Expand
Interactions between climate and habitat loss effects on biodiversity: a systematic review and meta‐analysis
Climate change and habitat loss are both key threatening processes driving the global loss in biodiversity. Yet little is known about their synergistic effects on biological populations due to the… Expand
Protected Areas and Local Communities: an Inevitable Partnership toward Successful Conservation Strategies?
Many protected areas (PAs) have followed the conventional and exclusionary approach applied at Yellowstone in 1872. As such, many parks have failed to fully integrate other important factors, such as… Expand
A SPATIALLY EXPLICIT HABITAT SELECTION MODEL INCORPORATING HOME RANGE BEHAVIOR
We present a spatially explicit habitat selection model for movement data that incorporates home range behavior as a spatial process. Expand
How should we grow cities to minimize their biodiversity impacts?
- Jessica R. Sushinsky, J. Rhodes, H. P. Possingham, T. Gill, R. Fuller
- Geography, Medicine
- Global change biology
- 1 February 2013
Urbanization causes severe environmental degradation and continues to increase in scale and intensity around the world, but little is known about how we should design cities to minimize their… Expand
The importance of forest area and configuration relative to local habitat factors for conserving forest mammals: A case study of koalas in Queensland, Australia
The loss and fragmentation of forest habitats by human land use are recognised as important factors influencing the decline of forest-dependent fauna. Mammal species that are dependent upon forest… Expand
Reframing landscape fragmentation's effects on ecosystem services.
- Matthew G. E. Mitchell, A. F. Suárez-Castro, +5 authors J. Rhodes
- Business, Medicine
- Trends in ecology & evolution
- 1 April 2015
Landscape structure and fragmentation have important effects on ecosystem services, with a common assumption being that fragmentation reduces service provision. This is based on fragmentation's… Expand
GLMM Applied on the Spatial Distribution of Koalas in a Fragmented Landscape
Predicting the spatial distribution of wildlife populations is an important component of the development of management strategies for their conservation. Landscape structure and composition are… Expand