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Ecography, ISSN 0906-7590, 06/2018, Volume 41, Issue 6, pp. 857 - 866
Large herbivorous mammals, already greatly reduced by the late‐Pleistocene extinctions, continue to be threatened with decline. However, many herbivorous... 
ANIMALS | POPULATION | PLANT | CONSERVATION | COLLAPSE | PLEISTOCENE | BEHAVIOR | EXTINCTIONS | DESERT | ECOLOGY | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | MOOSE | Endangered & extinct species | Extinct species | Populations | Body mass | Megafauna | Terrestrial environments | Indigenous species | Environmental restoration | Herbivores | Species richness | Pleistocene
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Conservation Biology, ISSN 0888-8892, 08/2018, Volume 32, Issue 4, pp. 962 - 965
Article impact statement: Incorporating introduced populations into the moral universe of conservation shows the Anthropocene is astoundingly rich in megafauna. 
BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ECOLOGY | Megafauna | Universe
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Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, ISSN 0962-8436, 03/2020, Volume 375, Issue 1794, pp. 20190125 - 20190125
Large-bodied mammalian herbivores can influence processes that exacerbate or mitigate climate change. Herbivore impacts are, in turn, influenced by predators... 
Index Medicus
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Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 1565-9801, 2017, Volume 63, Issue 3-4, pp. 9 - 22
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by Eisenstein, Daniel J and Weinberg, David H and Agol, Eric and Aihara, Hiroaki and Allende Prieto, Carlos and Anderson, Scott F and Arns, James A and Aubourg, Eric and Bailey, Stephen and Balbinot, Eduardo and Barkhouser, Robert and Beers, Timothy C and Berlind, Andreas A and Bickerton, Steven J and Bizyaev, Dmitry and Blanton, Michael R and Bochanski, John J and Bolton, Adam S and Bosman, Casey T and Bovy, Jo and Brandt, W.N and Breslauer, Ben and Brewington, Howard J and Brinkmann, J and Brown, Peter J and Brownstein, Joel R and Burger, Dan and Busca, Nicolas G and Campbell, Heather and Cargile, Phillip A and Carithers, William C and Carlberg, Joleen K and Carr, Michael A and Chang, Liang and Chen, Yanmei and Chiappini, Cristina and Comparat, Johan and Connolly, Natalia and Cortes, Marina and Croft, Rupert A. C and Cunha, Katia and Da Costa, Luiz N and Davenport, James R. A and Dawson, Kyle and De Lee, Nathan and Porto De Mello, Gustavo F and De Simoni, Fernando and Dean, Janice and Dhital, Saurav and Ealet, Anne and Ebelke, Garrett L and Edmondson, Edward M and Eiting, Jacob M and Escoffier, Stephanie and Esposito, Massimiliano and Evans, Michael L and Fan, Xiaohui and Femenía Castell, Bruno and Dutra Ferreira, Leticia and Fitzgerald, Greg and Fleming, Scott W and Font-Ribera, Andreu and Ford, Eric B and Frinchaboy, Peter M and García Pérez, Ana Elia and Gaudi, B. Scott and Ge, Jian and Ghezzi, Luan and Gillespie, Bruce A and Gilmore, G and Girardi, Léo and Gott, J. Richard and Gould, Andrew and Grebel, Eva K and Gunn, James E and Hamilton, Jean-Christophe and Harding, Paul and Harris, David W and Hawley, Suzanne L and Hearty, Frederick R and Hennawi, Joseph F and Gonzlez Hernndez, Jonay I and Ho, Shirley and Hogg, David W and Holtzman, Jon A and Honscheid, Klaus and Inada, Naohisa and Ivans, Inese I and Jiang, Linhua and Jiang, Peng and Johnson, Jennifer A and Jordan, Cathy and Jordan, Wendell P and Kauffmann, Guinevere and Kazin, Eyal and Kirkby, David and Klaene, Mark A and Knapp, G.R and Kneib, Jean-Paul and Kochanek, C.S and ...
Astronomical Journal, ISSN 0004-6256, 2011, Volume 142, Issue 3, pp. 72 - jQuery1323897211380='48'
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WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST, ISSN 1527-0904, 03/2017, Volume 77, Issue 1, pp. 99 - 101
American black bears (Ursus americanus) are opportunistic omnivores with diets that vary seasonally and geographically depending on food availability. Previous... 
DIET | FOOD-HABITS | VALLEY | ECOLOGY | SUMMER | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | URSUS-AMERICANUS | MEXICO | Black bear | Analysis | Research | National parks | Insects | Diet | Adults | Animal populations | Foraging behavior | Bears | Food
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Southwestern Naturalist, ISSN 0038-4909, 11/2017, Volume 62, Issue 3, pp. 235 - 237
Little is known about the antipredator strategies of juvenile collared peccaries (Pecari tajacu). This note reports camera trap footage of an interaction... 
BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | ECOLOGY
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Journal of Arid Environments, ISSN 0140-1963, 08/2019, Volume 167, pp. 26 - 33
The establishment and naturalization of non-native Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) in southwestern US riparian habitats is hypothesized to have negative... 
Elaeagnus angustifolia | Riparian corridors | Russian olive | Native birds | Non-native | RESOURCES | RIPARIAN | POPULATIONS | COMMUNITIES | ESTABLISHMENT | SALTCEDAR TAMARIX-CHINENSIS | RIO-GRANDE VALLEY | RESPONSES | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ECOLOGY | COLORADO RIVER | IMPACTS
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Western North American Naturalist, ISSN 1527-0904, 03/2017, Volume 77, Issue 1, pp. 99 - 99
American black bears (Ursus americanus) are opportunistic omnivores with diets that vary seasonally and geographically depending on food availability. Previous... 
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Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 1565-9801, 08/2017, Volume 63, Issue 3-4, pp. 9 - 22
Human-assisted biotic migration is a hallmark of the Anthropocene. Populations introduced outside their native ranges ('migrant species') have commonly been... 
Anthropocene | POPULATION | WILD | biodiversity | MANAGEMENT | ASSEMBLAGE | novel ecosystem | SOUTHERN LEVANT | compassionate conservation | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | invasion biology | PLANTS | ECOLOGY | AREAS | EXTINCTION
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01/2017, ISBN 9781369738148
Megafauna species worldwide have undergone dramatic declines since the end of the Pleistocene, twelve thousand years ago. In response, there have been numerous... 
Ethics | Sociology | Ecology
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Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology, 11/2019
Conservation science involves the collection and analysis of data. These scientific practices emerge from values that shape who and what is counted. Currently,... 
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Epilepsia, ISSN 0013-9580, 10/2005, Volume 46, Issue s8, pp. 226 - 235
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by Glasbey, James C and Adisa, Adewale O and Costas‐Chavarri, Ainhoa and Qureshi, Ahmad U and Allen‐Ingabire, Jean C and Salem, Hosni Khairy and Kojo, Anyomih Theophilus Teddy and Tabiri, Stephen and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Lilford, Richard J and Harrison, Ewen M and Pinkney, Thomas D and Smart, Neil and Bhangu, Aneel and Verjee, Azmina and Runigamugabo, Emmy and Glasbey, James and Bhangu, Aneel and Ademuyiwa, Adesoji O and Adisa, Adewale O and Aguilera, Maria Lorena and Altamini, Afnan and Alexander, Philip and Al‐Saqqa, Sara W and Borda‐Luque, Giuliano and Cornick, Jen and Costas‐Chavarri, Ainhoa and Drake, Thomas M and Fergusson, Stuart J and Fitzgerald, J Edward and Glasbey, James and Ingabire, J.C Allen and Ismaïl, Lawani and Jaffry, Zahra and Salem, Hosni Khairy and Khatri, Chetan and Kirby, Andrew and Kojo, Anyomih Theophilus Teddy and Lapitan, Marie Carmela and Lilford, Richard and Mihaljevic, Andre L and Mohan, Midhun and Morton, Dion and Mutabazi, Alphonse Zeta and Nepogodiev, Dmitri and Ntirenganya, Faustin and Ots, Riinu and Pata, Francesco and Pinkney, Thomas and Poškus, Tomas and Qureshi, Ahmad Uzair and Medina, Antonio Ramos‐De and Rayne, Sarah and Recinos, Gustavo and Søreide, Kjetil and Shaw, Catherine A and Shu, Sebastian and Spence, Richard and Smart, Neil and Tabiri, Stephen and Lilford, Richard and Morton, Dion and Harrison, Ewen M and Bhangu, Aneel and Khatri, Chetan and Gobin, Neel and Freitas, Ana Vega and Hall, Nigel and Kim, Sung‐Hee and Negida, Ahmed and Khairy, Hosni and Jaffry, Zahra and Chapman, Stephen J and Arnaud, Alexis P and Tabiri, Stephen and Recinos, Gustavo and Manipal, Cutting Edge and Mohan, Midhun and Amandito, Radhian and Shawki, Marwan and Hanrahan, Michael and Pata, Francesco and Zilinskas, Justas and Roslani, April Camilla and Goh, Cheng Chun and Ademuyiwa, Adesoji O and Irwin, Gareth and Shu, Sebastian and Luque, Laura and Shiwani, Hunain and Altamimi, Afnan and Alsaggaf, Mohammed Ubaid and Fergusson, Stuart J and Spence, Richard and Rayne, Sarah and Jeyakumar, Jenifa and Cengiz, Yucel and Raptis, Dmitri A and Glasbey, James C and Modolo, Maria Marta and ... and Protocol development and project steering and GlobalSurg Collaborative and National leads (GlobalSurg‐2) and National leads (GlobalSurg‐1) and Patient representatives and Writing group and Local collaborators (GlobalSurg‐1) and Statistical analysis and Local collaborators (GlobalSurg‐2) and Data validators (GlobalSurg‐2) and Protocol translators (GlobalSurg‐2)
BJS Open, ISSN 2474-9842, 06/2019, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 403 - 414
Background End colostomy rates following colorectal resection vary across institutions in high‐income settings, being influenced by patient, disease, surgeon... 
Surgical outcomes | Medical research | Mortality | Colorectal cancer | Laparoscopy | Patients | Quality of life | Studies | Ethics | Ostomy | Hospitals | Collaboration | Surgeons | Colorectal surgery
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