Graduate students from Hawaii to New Hampshire examine the role of marine protected areas as tools for ecosystem-based management.
Long-Term Global Trends in Crop Yield and Production Reveal No Current Pollination Shortage but Increasing Pollinator Dependency
Marcelo A. Aizen, Lucas A. Garibaldi, Saul A. Cunningham, and Alexandra M. Klein
Current Biology New York Times
NCEAS Working Group Results Published in Ecology Special Feature
Ecology 89(9) 2414-2445
When Predators Don’t Eat Their Prey: Nonconsumptive Predator Effects on Prey Dynamics
Special Call for Proposals: 30 Sept Deadline
Experimental Design for Detection of Species Response to Management Actions Across Scales
Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change: Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle
Edward A.G. Schuur et al.
Bioscience 58(8) 701-714
Data on Nonconsumptive Predator Effects
NCEAS Partners with ESA Education and Diversity Programs Office to Present Faculty Development Workshop
Colloquium Paper: Phylogenetic Trees and the Future of Mammalian Biodiversity
T. Jonathan Davies et al.
PNAS 105: 11556-11563
Bang for Your Buck: Rejection Rates and Impact Factors in Ecological Journals
L. W. Aarssen, T. Tregenza, A. E. Budden, C. J. Lortie, J. Koricheva, R. Leimu
The Open Ecology Journal 1, 14-19
Salamander Evolution Across a Latitudinal Cline in Gape-limited Predation Risk
Mark C. Urban
Functional Diversity Responses to Changing Species Richness in Reef Fish Communities
Benjamin S. Halpern and Sergio R. Floeter
Marine Ecology Progress Series 364:147-156
Exploring the Effects of Evolutionary History on Global Patterns of Diversity
Principal Investigator: Patrick R. Stephens
This research uses results of advances in molecular biology and computational techniques to explore the origins of large-scale patterns of species richness.
Current Trends in Plant and Animal Population Monitoring
David M. Marsh and Peter C. Trenham
Conservation Biology 22 (3) 647-655 Abstract
J. Lenoir, J.C. Gegout,
P.A. Marquet, et al.
Science 32 (5884) 1768-1771
Increased Avian Diversity is Associated with Lower Incidence of Human West Nile Infection: Observation of the Dilution Effect
John P. Swaddle and Stavros E. Calos
PLoSONE 25 June 2008
ScienceDaily June 25, 2008