• Corpus ID: 54062054

Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station 1-1-2006 TB 192 : The Use of Glyphosate Herbicides in Managed Forest Ecosystems and Their Effects on Non-target Organisms with Particular Reference to Ants as Bioindicators

@inproceedings{Guiseppe2018MaineAA,
  title={Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station 1-1-2006 TB 192 : The Use of Glyphosate Herbicides in Managed Forest Ecosystems and Their Effects on Non-target Organisms with Particular Reference to Ants as Bioindicators},
  author={Kerry F. L. Guiseppe and Francis A. Drummond and Constance S. Stubbs and Stephen A. Woods},
  year={2018}
}
1 Citations
Protected areas and unpaved roads mediate habitat use of the giant anteater in anthropogenic landscapes
The drastic reduction of the Brazilian Cerrado has transformed this savanna hotspot into vast swaths of commodity-based agriculture fields, mainly soybean, sugarcane, and beef-production

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 278 REFERENCES
The role of herbicides for enhancing forest productivity and conserving land for biodiversity in North America
TLDR
If herbicides are properly used, current research indicates that the negative effects on wildlife usually are short-term and that herbicides can be used to meet wildlife habitat objectives.
Biogeographical Processes
Effects of Herbaceous Competition Control on Wildlife Habitat Quality in Piedmont Pine Plantations
Wildlife biologists have become increasingly concerned about the effects of herbaceous competition control in pine plantations on wildlife habitats. Data from a study designed to test the
Mammals of Pennsylvania
Spruce Budworm in the Eastern United States
The spruce budworm Choristoneura fumiferana (Clemens) is one of the most destructive native insects in the northern spruce and fir forests of the Eastern United States and Canada. Periodic outbreaks
...
...