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No. 332
August 2012

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In This Issue

Coral Reef Emergency: 2,600 Scientists Call for Worldwide Rescue

-Adapted from Environment News Service

Coral reefs worldwide are being destroyed by changes in ocean temperature and chemistry faster than at any time since the last reef crisis 55 million years ago, thousands of marine scientists warned in a joint statement on July 9 from Cairns, Australia.

"The future of coral reefs isn't a marine version of tree-hugging but a central problem for humanity," said Jeremy Jackson, a senior scientist emeritus at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama and recipient of the 2012 Darwin Medal.

Speaking at a coral reef symposium in Cairns held only once every four years, Jackson said, "What's good for reefs is also critically important for people and we should wake up to that fact."

Jackson was among 2,600 of the world's top marine researchers at the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium who released an unprecedented "Consensus Statement on Climate Change and Coral Reefs."

By consensus the scientists are urging a worldwide effort to overcome growing threats to coral ecosystems and to the livelihoods of millions of people who depend on them. It calls for measures to head off the escalating damage from rising sea temperatures that cause coral bleaching, ocean acidification, overfishing and pollution from the land. Coral bleaching occurs when high water temperatures cause corals to expel their symbiotic algae; if prolonged or severe, it can kill the corals.

A coral specimen from Guam (Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute/NOAA image).

Jackson told delegates that in the Caribbean Sea, 75-85 percent of the coral cover has been lost in the last 35 years. Even the Great Barrier Reef, the world's best-protected reef ecosystem, has lost half its coral cover in the past 50 years, he said.

Climate change is pushing that decline and causing increased droughts, agricultural failure and sea level rise at increasingly faster rates that implies huge problems for societies, the scientists warn. Coral reefs provide food and livelihood for tens of millions of coastal inhabitants around the world and function as natural breakwaters for waves and storms. Reefs provide an estimated $170 to $375 billion in goods and services globally each year.

The consensus statement says that by the end of this century, emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide at the current rate will warm sea surface temperatures by at least 2-3°C (3.6-5.4°F), raise sea-level by as much as 1.7 meters (5.7 feet), reduce ocean pH from 8.1 to less than 7.9 by dissolving additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in seawater, and increase storm frequency and/or intensity.

"There is a window of opportunity for the world to act on climate change - but it is closing rapidly," said Terry Hughes, director of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University in Cairns.

Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation Graduate/Professional Training Courses

The newly renamed Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, a partnership between George Mason University and the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI), is proud to announce their Fall 2012/Spring 2013 course schedule. The School is now offering more courses than ever before, in a wide range of topics, all focused on training in different aspects of biodiversity conservation, from effective conservation leadership, to technical tools in statistics and field sampling. All courses are currently either 1- or 2-week intensive residential courses and they will be held in a brand-new, sustainably-built Academic Center on the grounds of SCBI in Front Royal, Virginia. Most courses can be taken either for graduate credit or continuing education units. For more information, visit or e-mail

Applied Climate Change
October 15-26, 2012
This course provides an overview of the knowledge, tools and resources needed to become more effective leaders and managers in adapting to climate change. Participants will develop practical skills through lectures, case studies, field assignments, study tours, and computer-based analyses. A field study tour of the Virginia Region provides an opportunity for viewing real-life climate change adaptation measures for water, biodiversity and the agricultural, tourism and wine industries.

Spatial Ecology, Geospatial Analysis & Remote Sensing
October 29-November 9, 2012
Learn to use GIS tools to address conservation research problems, quantifying effects of human-induced global changes on wildlife and biodiversity. Hands-on lab exercises (e.g. land cover mapping; home range analysis; modeling habitat selection; mapping species distributions) use remote sensing data and SCBI field surveys to monitor global changes, assess impacts on wildlife, and develop mitigating strategies.

Effective Conservation Leadership
November 4-10, 2012
This course provides an unparalleled professional development experience. Conservation practitioners, as well as students at the outset of their careers, become more effective leaders and managers through case studies and hands-on exploration of the leadership skills practiced in many professional fields. This course will apply effective leadership and communication skills and techniques to environmental and conservation issues.

Designing and Implementing a Biodiversity Action Plan for Conservation and Development
December 3-7, 2012
Learn strategies for developing and implementing a biodiversity action plan, particularly as they relate to companies involved in natural resource extraction or industrial development; international examples applied at the national and site specific levels to manage and conserve habitats and species will be a focus. Learn how BAPs relate to other development projects, such as the Environmental and Social Impact Assessments, how they improve biological knowledge and information, and the role of education and conservation programs.

Statistics for Ecology and Conservation Biology
March 3-14, 2013
Gain in-depth knowledge of analysis techniques for cutting-edge ecological research, employing R: classical regression models; mixed models; generalized linear models; generalized additive models; how to deal with the limitations of real datasets; and conservation-specific approaches.

Estimating Animal Abundance and Occupancy
April 1-12, 2013
The course is designed to provide a strong theoretical and analytical background to both graduate students and professionals in distance sampling, mark-recapture, and occupancy modeling techniques, with a strong focus on the practical use of field data in the programs DISTANCE, MARK and PRESENCE.

Species Monitoring & Conservation: Terrestrial Mammals
April 29-May 10, 2013
This course teaches current techniques in assessment and monitoring of wild mammal populations, including bats. Participants learn principles of study design; current field assessment methods; data analysis techniques including MARK and DISTANCE software; application of monitoring data to decision-making and population management; and collection and preparation of museum voucher specimens.

Current Literature

Adhikari, D., Barik, S.K., and Upadhaya, K. 2012. Habitat distribution modelling for reintroduction of Ilex khasiana Purk., a critically endangered tree species of northeastern India. Ecol. Eng. 40:37-43.

Akmentins, M.S., Pereyra, L.C., and Vaira, M. 2012. Using sighting records to infer extinction in three endemic Argentinean marsupial frogs. Anim. Conserv. 15(2):142-151.

Alfred, R., Ahmad, A.H., Payne, J., Williams, C., Ambu, L.N., How, P.M., and Goossens, B. 2012. Home range and ranging behaviour of Bornean elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) females. PLoS ONE 7(2):e31400.

Allnutt, T.F., McClanahan, T.R., Andréfouët, S., Baker, M., Lagabrielle, E., McClennen, C., Rakotomanjaka, A.J.M., Tianarisoa, T.F., Watson, R., and Kremen, C. 2012. Comparison of marine spatial planning methods in Madagascar demonstrates value of alternative approaches. PLoS ONE 7(2):e28969.

Altundag, E., Sevgi, E., Kara, O., Sevgi, O., Tecimen, H.B., and Bolat, I. 2012. Studies on the chorology, ecology, morphology and conservation strategies of Orchis anatolica Boiss (Orchidaceae). J. Environ. Biol. 33(2):325-333.

Alvarado, J.J., Cortés, J., Esquivel, M.F., and Salas, E. 2012. Costa Rica's Marine Protected Areas: status and perspectives. Rev. Biol. Trop. 60(1):129-142.

Alves-Araújo, A., and Alves, M. 2012. Two new species and a new combination of Neotropical Sapotaceae. Brittonia 64(1):23-29.

Amori, G., Gippoliti, S., and Luiselli, L. 2012. Ecological correlates of threatened endemic island rodents. Mammalia 76(1):15-20.

Andonian, K., Hierro, J.L., Khetsuriani, L., Becerra, P.I., Janoyan, G., Villareal, D., Cavieres, L.A., Fox, L.R., and Callaway, R.M. 2012. Geographic mosaics of plant-soil microbe interactions in a global plant invasion. J. Biogeogr. 39(3):600-608.

Andrello, M., Nicolè, F., Till-Bottraud, I., and Gaggiotti, O.E. 2012. Effect of stage-specific vital rates on population growth rates and effective population sizes in an endangered iteroparous plant. Conserv. Biol. 26(2):208-217.

Andrew, M.E., Wulder, M.A., and Coops, N.C. 2012. Identification of de facto protected areas in boreal Canada. Biol. Conserv. 146(1):97-107.

Aparicio, A., Hampe, A., Fernández-Carrillo, L., and Albaladejo, R.G. 2012. Fragmentation and comparative genetic structure of four mediterranean woody species: complex interactions between life history traits and the landscape context. Divers. Distrib. 18(3):226-235.

Arponen, A. 2012. Prioritizing species for conservation planning. Biodivers. Conserv. 21(4):875-893.

Arponen, A., Lehtomäki, J., Leppänen, J., Tomppo, E., and Moilanen, A. 2012. Effects of connectivity and spatial resolution of analyses on conservation prioritization across large extents. Conserv. Biol. 26(2):294-304.

Aschehoug, E.T., Metlen, K.L., Callaway, R.M., and Newcombe, G. 2012. Fungal endophytes directly increase the competitive effects of an invasive forb. Ecology 93(1):3-8.

Ashcroft, M.B., Gollan, J.R., and Batley, M. 2012. Combining citizen science, bioclimatic envelope models and observed habitat preferences to determine the distribution of an inconspicuous, recently detected introduced bee (Halictus smaragdulus Vachal Hymenoptera: Halictidae) in Australia. Biol. Invasions 14(3):515-527.

Bachelet, D., Johnson, B.R., Bridgham, S.D., Dunn, P.V., Anderson, H.E., and Rogers, B.M. 2011. Climate change impacts on Western Pacific Northwest prairies and savannas. Northwest Sci. 85(2):411-429.

Baigún, C.R.M., Colautti, D., López, H.L., Van Damme, P.A., and Reis, R.E. 2012. Application of extinction risk and conservation criteria for assessing fish species in the lower La Plata River basin, South America. Aquat. Conserv. 22(2):181-197.

Balas, C.J., Euliss, N.H., and Mushet, D.M. 2012. Influence of conservation programs on amphibians using seasonal wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region. Wetlands 32(2):333-345.

Ban, N.C., Cinner, J.E., Adams, V.M., Mills, M., Almany, G.R., Ban, S.S., McCook, L.J., and White, A. 2012. Recasting shortfalls of marine protected areas as opportunities through adaptive management. Aquat. Conserv. 22(2):262-271.

Barberá, C., Moranta, J., Ordines, F., Ramón, M., de Mesa, A., Díaz-Valdés, M., Grau, A.M., and Massutí, E. 2012. Biodiversity and habitat mapping of Menorca Channel (western Mediterranean): implications for conservation. Biodivers. Conserv. 21(3):701-728.

Barbour, E., and Kueppers, L.M. 2012. Conservation and management of ecological systems in a changing California. Climatic Change 111(1):135-163.

Bassa, M., Chamorro, L., José-María, L., Blanco-Moreno, J.M., and Sans, F.X. 2012. Factors affecting plant species richness in field boundaries in the Mediterranean region. Biodivers. Conserv. 21(4):1101-1114.

Bellard, C., Bertelsmeier, C., Leadley, P., Thuiller, W., and Courchamp, F. 2012. Impacts of climate change on the future of biodiversity. Ecol. Lett. 15(4):365-377.

Bergum, K.E., Hild, A.L., and Mealor, B.A. 2012. Phenotypes of two generations of Sporobolus airoides seedlings derived from Acroptilon repens-invaded and non-invaded grass populations. Restor. Ecol. 20(2):227-233.

Bettacchioli, G., Taormina, M., Bernini, F., and Migliorini, M. 2012. Disturbance regimes in a wetland remnant: implications for trait-displacements and shifts in the assemblage structure of carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae). J. Insect Conserv. 16(2):249-261.

Bevilacqua, S., Terlizzi, A., Claudet, J., Fraschetti, S., and Boero, F. 2012. Taxonomic relatedness does not matter for species surrogacy in the assessment of community responses to environmental drivers. J. Appl. Ecol. 49(2):357-366.

Bianconi, G.V., Suckow, U.M.S., Cruz-Neto, A.P., and Mikich, S.B. 2012. Use of fruit essential oils to assist forest regeneration by bats. Restor. Ecol. 20(2):211-217.

Bijlsma, R., and Loeschcke, V. 2012. Genetic erosion impedes adaptive responses to stressful environments. Evol. Appl. 5(2):117-129.

Bird, J.P., Buchanan, G.M., Lees, A.C., Clay, R.P., Develey, P.F., Yépez, I., and Butchart, S.H.M. 2012. Integrating spatially explicit habitat projections into extinction risk assessments: a reassessment of Amazonian avifauna incorporating projected deforestation. Divers. Distrib. 18(3):273-281.

Bird, P., Mutze, G., Peacock, D., and Jennings, S. 2012. Damage caused by low-density exotic herbivore populations: the impact of introduced European rabbits on marsupial herbivores and Allocasuarina and Bursaria seedling survival in Australian coastal shrubland. Biol. Invasions 14(3):743-755.

Boafo, Y., and Sani, M.M. 2011. Status of the Sapo National Park elephant population and implications for conservation of elephants in Liberia. Pachyderm 50:18-25.

Bogich, T.L., Barker, G.M., Mahlfeld, K., Climo, F., Green, R., and Balmford, A. 2012. Fragmentation, grazing and the species-area relationship. Ecography 35(3):224-231.

Bonduriansky, R., Crean, A.J., and Day, T. 2012. The implications of nongenetic inheritance for evolution in changing environments. Evol. Appl. 5(2):192-201.

Botts, E.A., Erasmus, B.F.N., and Alexander, G.J. 2012. Methods to detect species range size change from biological atlas data: a comparison using the South African Frog Atlas Project. Biol. Conserv. 146(1):72-80.

Boyce, R.L., Durtsche, R.D., and Fugal, S.L. 2012. Impact of the invasive shrub Lonicera maackii on stand transpiration and ecosystem hydrology in a wetland forest. Biol. Invasions 14(3):671-680.

Bradley, B.A., Blumenthal, D.M., Early, R., Grosholz, E.D., Lawler, J.J., Miller, L.P., Sorte, C.J.B., D'Antonio, C.M., Diez, J.M., Dukes, J.S., Ibanez, I., and Olden, J.D. 2012. Global change, global trade, and the next wave of plant invasions. Front. Ecol. Environ. 10(1):20-28.

Braga, J.M.A., and Kennedy, H. 2012. Calathea dorothyae sp. nov. (Marantaceae) from the sandy coastal plains of southeastern Brazil. Nord. J. Bot. 30(1):36-39.

Brodie, J.F., and Aslan, C.E. 2012. Halting regime shifts in floristically intact tropical forests deprived of their frugivores. Restor. Ecol. 20(2):153-157.

Brooks, C.P., Ervin, G.N., Varone, L., and Logarzo, G.A. 2012. Native ecotypic variation and the role of host identity in the spread of an invasive herbivore, Cactoblastis cactorum. Ecology 93(2):402-410.

Brower, L.P., Taylor, O.R., Williams, E.H., Slayback, D.A., Zubieta, R.R., and Ramírez, M.I. 2012. Decline of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico: is the migratory phenomenon at risk? Insect Conserv. Divers. 5(2):95-100.

Brutting, C., Wesche, K., Meyer, S., and Hensen, I. 2012. Genetic diversity of six arable plants in relation to their Red List status. Biodivers. Conserv. 21(3):745-761.

Bueno, A.S., Bruno, R.S., Pimentel, T.P., Sanaiotti, T.M., and Magnusson, W.E. 2012. The width of riparian habitats for understory birds in an Amazonian forest. Ecol. Appl. 22(2):722-734.

Burlakova, L.E., Karatayev, A.Y., and Karatayev, V.A. 2012. Invasive mussels induce community changes by increasing habitat complexity. Hydrobiologia 685(1):121-134.

Calderon-Aguilera, L.E., Rivera-Monroy, V.H., Porter-Bolland, L., Martínez-Yrízar, A., Ladah, L.B., Martínez-Ramos, M., Alcocer, J., Santiago-Pérez, A.L., Hernandez-Arana, H.A., Reyes-Gómez, V.M., Pérez-Salicrup, D.R., Díaz-Nuñez, V., Sosa-Ramírez, J., Herrera-Silveira, J., and Búrquez, A. 2012. An assessment of natural and human disturbance effects on Mexican ecosystems: current trends and research gaps. Biodivers. Conserv. 21(3):589-617.

Cam, E. 2012. Each site has its own survival probability, but information is borrowed across sites to tell us about survival in each site': random effects models as means of borrowing strength in survival studies of wild vertebrates. Anim. Conserv. 15(2):129-132.

Camardelli, M., and Napoli, M.F. 2012. Amphibian conservation in the Caatinga biome and semiarid region of Brazil. Herpetologica 68(1):31-47.

Cameron, K.H., and Leather, S.R. 2012. How good are carabid beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae) as indicators of invertebrate abundance and order richness? Biodivers. Conserv. 21(3):763-779.

Canessa, S., Heard, G.W., Parris, K.M., and McCarthy, M.A. 2012. Integrating variability in detection probabilities when designing wildlife surveys: a case study of amphibians from south-eastern Australia. Biodivers. Conserv. 21(3):729-744.

Caniglia, R., Fabbri, E., Cubaynes, S., Gimenez, O., Lebreton, J.D., and Randi, E. 2012. An improved procedure to estimate wolf abundance using non-invasive genetic sampling and capture-recapture mixture models. Conserv. Genet. 13(1):53-64.

Caplat, P., Nathan, R., and Buckley, Y.M. 2012. Seed terminal velocity, wind turbulence, and demography drive the spread of an invasive tree in an analytical model. Ecology 93(2):368-377.

Cardillo, M., and Meijaard, E. 2012. Are comparative studies of extinction risk useful for conservation? Trends Ecol. Evol. 27(3):167-171.

Carlile, N., Priddel, D., and Madeiros, J. 2012. Establishment of a new, secure colony of Endangered Bermuda Petrel Pterodroma cahow by translocation of near-fledged nestlings. Bird Conserv. Int. 22(1):46-58.

Carter, D.L., and Blair, J.M. 2012. Recovery of native plant community characteristics on a chronosequence of restored prairies seeded into pastures in west-central Iowa. Restor. Ecol. 20(2):170-179.

Carthey, A.J.R., and Banks, P.B. 2012. When does an alien become a native species? A vulnerable native mammal recognizes and responds to its long-term alien predator. PLoS ONE 7(2):e31804.

Casale, P., Broderick, A.C., Freggi, D., Mencacci, R., Fuller, W.J., Godley, B.J., and Luschi, P. 2012. Long-term residence of juvenile loggerhead turtles to foraging grounds: a potential conservation hotspot in the Mediterranean. Aquat. Conserv. 22(2):144-154.

Catterall, C.P., Freeman, A.N.D., Kanowski, J., and Freebody, K. 2012. Can active restoration of tropical rainforest rescue biodiversity? A case with bird community indicators. Biol. Conserv. 146(1):53-61.

Cevik, C., Cavas, L., Mavruk, S., Derici, O.B., and Cevik, F. 2012. Macrobenthic assemblages of newly introduced Caulerpa taxifolia from the Eastern Mediterranean coast of Turkey. Biol. Invasions 14(3):499-501.

Chang, C.C., and Smith, M.D. 2012. Invasion of an intact plant community: the role of population versus community level diversity. Oecologia 168(4):1091-1102.

Chapman, M.G. 2012. Restoring intertidal boulder-fields as habitat for "specialist" and "generalist" animals. Restor. Ecol. 20(2):277-285.

Chomba, C., and Matandiko, W. 2011. Population status of black and white rhinos in Zambia. Pachyderm 50:50-55.

Chown, S.L., Huiskes, A.H.L., Gremmen, N.J.M., Lee, J.E., Terauds, A., Crosbie, K., Frenot, Y., Hughes, K.A., Imura, S., Kiefer, K., Lebouvier, M., Raymond, B., Tsujimoto, M., Ware, C., Van de Vijver, B., and Bergstrom, D.M. 2012. Continent-wide risk assessment for the establishment of nonindigenous species in Antarctica. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 109(13):4938-4943.

Cizek, L., Hauck, D., and Pokluda, P. 2012. Contrasting needs of grassland dwellers: habitat preferences of endangered steppe beetles (Coleoptera). J. Insect Conserv. 16(2):281-293.

Cizek, O., Zamecnik, J., Tropek, R., Kocarek, P., and Konvicka, M. 2012. Diversification of mowing regime increases arthropods diversity in species-poor cultural hay meadows. J. Insect Conserv. 16(2):215-226.

Clavero, M., Araujo, R., Calzada, J., Delibes, M., Fernández, N., Gutiérrez-Expósito, C., Revilla, E., and Román, J. 2012. The first invasive bivalve in African fresh waters: invasion portrait and management options. Aquat. Conserv. 22(2):277-280.

Coll, M., Piroddi, C., Albouy, C., Lasram, F.B., Cheung, W.W.L., Christensen, V., Karpouzi, V.S., Guilhaumon, F., Mouillot, D., Paleczny, M., Palomares, M.L., Steenbeek, J., Trujillo, P., Watson, R., and Pauly, D. 2012. The Mediterranean Sea under siege: spatial overlap between marine biodiversity, cumulative threats and marine reserves. Global Ecol. Biogeogr. 21(4):465-480.

Corbin, J.D., and D'Antonio, C.M. 2012. Gone but not forgotten? Invasive plants' legacies on community and ecosystem properties. Invas. Plant Sci. Manage. 5(1):117-124.

Costa, J.B.P., Melo, F.P.L., Santos, B.A., and Tabarelli, M. 2012. Reduced availability of large seeds constrains Atlantic forest regeneration. Acta Oecol. 39:61-66.

Crous, C.J., Jacobs, S.M., and Esler, K.J. 2012. Drought-tolerance of an invasive alien tree, Acacia mearnsii and two native competitors in fynbos riparian ecotones. Biol. Invasions 14(3):619-631.

Croxall, J.P., Butchart, S.H.M., Lascelles, B., Stattersfield, A.J., Sullivan, B., Symes, A., and Taylor, P. 2012. Seabird conservation status, threats and priority actions: a global assessment. Bird Conserv. Int. 22(1):1-34.

Curry, C.J., Curry, R.A., and Baird, D.J. 2012. The contribution of riffles and riverine wetlands to benthic macroinvertebrate biodiversity. Biodivers. Conserv. 21(4):895-913.

Cursach, J., and Rita, J. 2012. Implications of the reproductive biology of the narrow endemic Naufraga balearica (Apiaceae) for its conservation status. Plant Syst. Evol. 298(3):581-596.

De-Franco, B.A., Mendonça, F.F., Oliveira, C., and Foresti, F. 2012. Illegal trade of the guitarfish Rhinobatos horkelii on the coasts of central and southern Brazil: genetic identification to aid conservation. Aquat. Conserv. 22(2):272-276.

de Ita, A.O., Oyama, K., Smith, T.B., Wayne, R.K., and Milá, B. 2012. Genetic evidence for recent range fragmentation and severely restricted dispersal in the critically endangered Sierra Madre Sparrow, Xenospiza baileyi. Conserv. Genet. 13(1):283-291.

Decker, K.L., Allen, C.R., Acosta, L., Hellman, M.L., Jorgensen, C.F., Stutzman, R.J., Unstad, K.M., Williams, A., and Yans, M. 2012. Land use, landscapes, and biological invasions. Invas. Plant Sci. Manage. 5(1):108-116.

Deguchi, T., Jacobs, J., Harada, T., Perriman, L., Watanabe, Y., Sato, F., Nakamura, N., Ozaki, K., and Balogh, G. 2012. Translocation and hand-rearing techniques for establishing a colony of threatened albatross. Bird Conserv. Int. 22(1):66-81.

Dewas, M., Herr, J., Schley, L., Angst, C., Manet, B., Landry, P., and Catusse, M. 2012. Recovery and status of native and introduced beavers Castor fiber and Castor canadensis in France and neighbouring countries. Mammal Rev. 42(2):144-165.

Di Filippo, A., Biondi, F., Maugeri, M., Schirone, B., and Piovesan, G. 2012. Bioclimate and growth history affect beech lifespan in the Italian Alps and Apennines. Global Change Biol. 18(3):960-972.

Diez, J.M., Hulme, P.E., and Duncan, R.P. 2012. Using prior information to build probabilistic invasive species risk assessments. Biol. Invasions 14(3):681-691.

Dojnov, B., Vujčić, Z., Božić, N., Margetić, A., Vujčić, M., Nenadović, V., and Ivanović, J. 2012. Adaptations to captive breeding of the longhorn beetle Morimus funereus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae); application on amylase study. J. Insect Conserv. 16(2):239-247.

Domínguez, M., Celdrán, D., Muñoz-Vera, A., Infantes, E., Martinez-Baños, P., Marín, A., and Terrados, J. 2012. Experimental evaluation of the restoration capacity of a fish-farm impacted area with Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile seedlings. Restor. Ecol. 20(2):180-187.

Doxford, S.W., and Freckleton, R.P. 2012. Changes in the large-scale distribution of plants: extinction, colonisation and the effects of climate. J. Ecology 100(2):519-529.

Dupain, J., Nackoney, J., Vargas, J.M., Johnson, P.J., Farfán, M.A., Bofaso, M., and Fa, J.E. 2012. Bushmeat characteristics vary with catchment conditions in a Congo market. Biol. Conserv. 146(1):32-40.

Echternacht, L., and Sano, P.T. 2012. A new Comanthera (Eriocaulaceae) from the Espinhaço Range, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Brittonia 64(1):30-34.

Eda, M., Koike, H., Kuro-o, M., Mihara, S., Hasegawa, H., and Higuchi, H. 2012. Inferring the ancient population structure of the vulnerable albatross Phoebastria albatrus, combining ancient DNA, stable isotope, and morphometric analyses of archaeological samples. Conserv. Genet. 13(1):143-151.

Eitzel, M.V., Diver, S., Sardiñas, H., Hallett, L.M., Olson, J.J., Romero, A., Oliveira, G.D.T., Schuknecht, A.T., Tidmore, R., and Suding, K.N. 2012. Insights from a cross-disciplinary seminar: 10 pivotal papers for ecological restoration. Restor. Ecol. 20(2):147-152.

El Alqamy, H., Senn, H., Roberts, M.F., McEwing, R., and Ogden, R. 2012. Genetic assessment of the Arabian oryx founder population in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, UAE: an example of evaluating unmanaged captive stocks for reintroduction. Conserv. Genet. 13(1):79-88.

Escobedo, V.M., Aranda, J.E., and Castro, S.A. 2011. Darwin's Naturalization Hypothesis assessed in the alien flora of continental Chile. Rev. Chil. Hist. Nat. 84(4):543-552.

Essl, F., Dullinger, S., Moser, D., Rabitsch, W., and Kleinbauer, I. 2012. Vulnerability of mires under climate change: implications for nature conservation and climate change adaptation. Biodivers. Conserv. 21(3):655-669.

Eviner, V.T., Garbach, K., Baty, J.H., and Hoskinson, S.A. 2012. Measuring the effects of invasive plants on ecosystem services: challenges and prospects. Invas. Plant Sci. Manage. 5(1):125-136.

Fedrowitz, K., Kuusinen, M., and Snäll, T. 2012. Metapopulation dynamics and future persistence of epiphytic cyanolichens in a European boreal forest ecosystem. J. Appl. Ecol. 49(2):493-502.

Feeley, K.J. 2012. Distributional migrations, expansions, and contractions of tropical plant species as revealed in dated herbarium records. Global Change Biol. 18(4):1335-1341.

Ferguson, J.M., Taper, M.L., Guy, C.S., and Syslo, J.M. 2012. Mechanisms of coexistence between native bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) and non-native lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush): inferences from pattern-oriented modeling. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 69(4):755-769.

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Mach, M.E., Levings, C.D., McDonald, P.S., and Chan, K.M.A. 2012. An Atlantic infaunal engineer is established in the Northeast Pacific: Clymenella torquata (Polychaeta: Maldanidae) on the British Columbia and Washington Coasts. Biol. Invasions 14(3):503-507.

Machemer, E.G.P., Walter, J.F., Serafy, J.E., and Kerstetter, D.W. 2012. Importance of mangrove shorelines for rainbow parrotfish Scarus guacamaia: habitat suitability modeling in a subtropical bay. Aquat. Biol. 15(1):87-98.

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