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Connectivity is a vital element of landscape structure
In a recent FORUM article, Dunning et al. (1992) put forward a framework of landscape processes that stimulated considerable discussion amongst us. We are in general agreement with their ideas, butExpand
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Effect of road traffic on amphibian density
We studied the effect of traffic intensity on local abundance of anurans. We counted dead and live frogs and toads per km and estimated frog and toad local abundances using breeding chorusExpand
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Declines of Aerial Insectivores in North America Follow a Geographic Gradient
North American birds that feed on aerial insects are experiencing widespread population declines. An analysis of the North American Breeding Bird Survey trend estimates for 1966 to 2006 suggests thatExpand
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Insect parasitoid species respond to forest structure at different spatial scales
There is now a solid body of theoretical work1–4 demonstrating that the spatial structure of the habitat combined with animal movement strongly influence host–parasitoid dynamics. The spatial patternExpand
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Migratory stopover in the long-distance migrant silver-haired bat, Lasionycteris noctivagans.
1. Some bat species make long-distance latitudinal migrations between summer and winter grounds, but because of their elusive nature, few aspects of their biology are well understood. The need forExpand
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radR: an open-source platform for acquiring and analysing data on biological targets observed by surveillance radar
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Program radR is an open source software tool for the acquisition, storage and analysis of data from marine radars operating in surveillance mode. Expand
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The motus wildlife tracking system: A collaborative research network to enhance the understanding of wildlife movement
We describe a new collaborative network, the Motus Wildlife Tracking System (Motus; https://motus.org), which is an international network of researchers using coordinated automated radio-telemetryExpand
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Transoceanic migration by a 12 g songbird
Many fundamental aspects of migration remain a mystery, largely due to our inability to follow small animals over vast spatial areas. For more than 50 years, it has been hypothesized that, duringExpand
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Landscape Movements of Migratory Birds and Bats Reveal an Expanded Scale of Stopover
Many species of birds and bats undertake seasonal migrations between breeding and over-wintering sites. En-route, migrants alternate periods of flight with time spent at stopover – the time and spaceExpand
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