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Recreational trampling negatively impacts vegetation structure of an Australian biodiversity hotspot
Recreational trampling damage of natural vegetation is an increasing problem in the global context and has the potential to impact on vegetation communities that are of high ecological and
Modeling concurrency and selective mixing in heterosexual partnership networks with applications to sexually transmitted diseases
Network-based models for sexually transmitted disease transmission rely on initial partnership networks incorporating structures that may be related to risk of infection. In particular, initial
Characterization of inappetent sheep in a feedlot using radio-tracking technology.
This study reveals that the patterns of feeding and drinking behaviours during pre-embarkation feedlotting do not readily allow identification of animals that warrant singling out for veterinary care or alternative feed arrangements, highlighting the need for experienced stockmanship in handling these animals.
Who You Speak to Matters: Information Sharing and the Management of a Small-Scale Fishery
Sustainable natural resource management requires collaboration, adaptability and coordination between science, policy and stakeholders. Communication of scientific information through social networks
Microplastics on the Menu: Plastics Pollute Indonesian Manta Ray and Whale Shark Feeding Grounds
The implications of plastic pollution, including microplastics, on marine ecosystems and species are increasingly seen as an environmental disaster. Yet few reports focus on filter-feeding megafauna
networksis: A Package to Simulate Bipartite Graphs with Fixed Marginals Through Sequential Importance Sampling.
The networksis package for R is described and how its simulate and simulate_sis functions can be used to address both of these tasks as well as generate initial graphs for Markov chain Monte Carlo simulations.
Octopus as predators of abalone on a sea ranch
Insight is provided into the adaptable feeding regimes of octopus and their potential to impose strong top‐down controls on sea ranching operations and how octopus may be impacting abalone production.
Are tourism and conservation compatible for ‘island tame’ species?
Islands play an important conservation role due to high rates of speciation as well as providing a predator-free refuge environment for species that are vulnerable to terrestrial predation on the