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  1. Ravens exploit wildlife roadkill and agricultural landscapes but do not affect songbird assemblages
  2. The Australian National Rabbit Database: 50 yr of population monitoring of an invasive species
  3. Importance of the Local Environment on Nutrient Cycling and Litter Decomposition in a Tall Eucalypt Forest
  4. Economic Feasibility of Energy Supply by Small Modular Nuclear Reactors on Small Islands: Case Studies of Jeju, Tasmania and Tenerife
  5. Deficiencies in estimating the extinction date of the thylacine with mixed certainty data
  6. Disentangling synergistic disease dynamics: Implications for the viral biocontrol of rabbits
  7. Improving performance and transferability of small mammal species distribution models
  8. Silver Buckshot or Bullet: Is a Future “Energy Mix” Necessary?
  9. A nuclear- to-gas transition in South Korea: Is it environmentally friendly or economically viable?
  10. Economic and environmental costs of replacing nuclear fission with solar and wind energy in Sweden
  11. A practical method for creating a digital topographic surface for ecological plots using ground-based measurements
  12. How complex should models be? Comparing correlative and mechanistic range dynamics models
  13. Burden of proof: A comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems
  14. PaleoView: a tool for generating continuous climate projections spanning the last 21 000 years at regional and global scales
  15. Biodiversity losses and conservation responses in the Anthropocene
  16. Look Down to See What’s Up: A Systematic Overview of Treefall Dynamics in Forests
  17. Closing the Cycle: How South Australia and Asia Can Benefit from Re-inventing Used Nuclear Fuel Management
  18. How much can nuclear energy do about global warming?
  19. Pattern, process, inference and prediction in extinction biology
  20. Innovations and limits in methods of forecasting global environmental change
  21. Extinction debt from climate change for frogs in the wet tropics
  22. Predicting and mitigating future biodiversity loss using long-term ecological proxies
  23. Emigration is costly, but immigration has benefits in human-altered landscapes
  24. Sensitivity Analysis of Range Dynamics Models (SARDM): Quantifying the influence of parameter uncertainty on forecasts of extinction risk from global change
  25. A comprehensive database of quality-rated fossil ages for Sahul’s Quaternary vertebrates
  26. Egress! How technophilia can reinforce biophilia to improve ecological restoration
  27. Targeting season and age for optimizing control of invasive rabbits
  28. Implications of Australia's Population Policy for Future Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets
  29. An efficient protocol for the global sensitivity analysis of stochastic ecological models
  30. How to Rank Journals
  31. What caused extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna of Sahul?
  32. Climate change not to blame for late Quaternary megafauna extinctions in Australia
  33. Tick exposure and extreme climate events impact survival and threaten the persistence of a long-lived lizard
  34. Obliquity-driven expansion of North Atlantic sea ice during the last glacial
  35. Fire frequency is relatively more important than fire size — A reply to Russell-Smith et al
  36. Criteria for assessing the quality of Middle Pleistocene to Holocene vertebrate fossil ages
  37. Hot topics in biodiversity and climate change research
  38. Environmental and health impacts of a policy to phase out nuclear power in Sweden
  39. Abrupt warming events drove Late Pleistocene Holarctic megafaunal turnover
  40. Geographic variation in the ecological effects of extinction of Australia's Pleistocene megafauna
  41. Fire frequency matters more than fire size: Testing the pyrodiversity–biodiversity paradigm for at-risk small mammals in an Australian tropical savanna
  42. Fire impacts recruitment more than survival of small-mammals in a tropical savanna
  43. Potential for Worldwide Displacement of Fossil-Fuel Electricity by Nuclear Energy in Three Decades Based on Extrapolation of Regional Deployment Data
  44. Energy research within the UNFCCC: a proposal to guard against ongoing climate-deadlock†
  45. Local and global pyrogeographic evidence that indigenous fire management creates pyrodiversity
  46. The case for a near-term commercial demonstration of the Integral Fast Reactor
  47. Global zero-carbon energy pathways using viable mixes of nuclear and renewables
  48. Uncertainties in dating constrain model choice for inferring extinction time from fossil records
  49. Using dung fungi to interpret decline and extinction of megaherbivores: problems and solutions
  50. Reply to O’Neill et al. and O’Sullivan: Fertility reduction will help, but only in the long term
  51. Timing and severity of immunizing diseases in rabbits is controlled by seasonal matching of host and pathogen dynamics
  52. Beyond wind: furthering development of clean energy in South Australia
  53. Forest resilience and tipping points at different spatio-temporal scales: approaches and challenges
  54. Why nuclear energy is essential to reduce anthropogenic greenhouse gas emission rates
  55. Evidence for a broad-scale decline in giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama) abundance from non-targeted survey data
  56. Ecological and economic benefits to cattle rangelands of restoring an apex predator
  57. Modelling range dynamics under global change: which framework and why?
  58. Key role for nuclear energy in global biodiversity conservation
  59. Nuclear power can reduce emissions and maintain a strong economy: Rating Australia’s optimal future electricity-generation mix by technologies and policies
  60. Why nuclear energy is sustainable and has to be part of the energy mix
  61. South Korean energy scenarios show how nuclear power can reduce future energy and environmental costs
  62. Human population reduction is not a quick fix for environmental problems
  63. Empirical tests of harvest-induced body-size evolution along a geographic gradient in Australian macropods
  64. Better forecasts of range dynamics using genetic data
  65. 50/500 rules need upward revision to 100/1000 – Response to Franklin et al.
  66. Predictors of contraction and expansion of area of occupancy for British birds
  67. How interactions between animal movement and landscape processes modify local range dynamics and extinction risk
  68. Forecasts of habitat suitability improve habitat corridor efficacy in rapidly changing environments
  69. Clarity and Precision of Language Are a Necessary Route in Ecology
  70. The influence of non-climate predictors at local and landscape resolutions depends on the autecology of the species
  71. Spatial Climate Patterns Explain Negligible Variation in Strength of Compensatory Density Feedbacks in Birds and Mammals
  72. An ecological regime shift resulting from disrupted predator–prey interactions in Holocene Australia
  73. Effects of prey metapopulation structure on the viability of black‐footed ferrets in plague‐impacted landscapes: a metamodelling approach
  74. Ecology Needs a Convention of Nomenclature
  75. Rapid deforestation threatens mid-elevational endemic birds but climate change is most important at higher elevations
  76. Genetics in conservation management: Revised recommendations for the 50/500 rules, Red List criteria and population viability analyses
  77. Effect of fire on small mammals: a systematic review
  78. Erratum: Corrigendum: Primary forests are irreplaceable for sustaining tropical biodiversity
  79. The Ecological Footprint Remains a Misleading Metric of Global Sustainability
  80. Does the Shoe Fit? Real versus Imagined Ecological Footprints
  81. Tracking shifting range margins using geographical centroids of metapopulations weighted by population density
  82. Rapid megafaunal extinction following human arrival throughout the New World
  83. Population dynamics can be more important than physiological limits for determining range shifts under climate change
  84. Changes in autumn arrival of long-distance migratory birds in Southeast Asia
  85. Lack of chronological support for stepwise prehuman extinctions of Australian megafauna
  86. Adapted conservation measures are required to save the Iberian lynx in a changing climate
  87. Does the terrestrial biosphere have planetary tipping points?
  88. Tools for integrating range change, extinction risk and climate change information into conservation management
  89. Conservation management and sustainable harvest quotas are sensitive to choice of climate modelling approach for two marine gastropods
  90. Brave new green world – Consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity
  91. Evaluating options for the future energy mix of Japan after the Fukushima nuclear crisis
  92. 50/500 rule and minimum viable populations: response to Jamieson and Allendorf
  93. Evaluating options for sustainable energy mixes in South Korea using scenario analysis
  94. Using climate variables to predict small mammal occurrence in hot, dry environments
  95. Climate-Induced Elevational Range Shifts and Increase in Plant Species Richness in a Himalayan Biodiversity Epicentre
  96. Scale dependency of metapopulation models used to predict climate change impacts on small mammals
  97. Using plant distributions to predict the current and future range of a rare lizard
  98. No need for disease: testing extinction hypotheses for the thylacine using multi-species metamodels
  99. Predicting the Distribution of Commercially Important Invertebrate Stocks under Future Climate
  100. Ecologically realistic estimates of maximum population growth using informed Bayesian priors
  101. Long-Term Field Data and Climate-Habitat Models Show That Orangutan Persistence Depends on Effective Forest Management and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation
  102. Strength of density feedback in census data increases from slow to fast life histories
  103. Strange bedfellows? Techno-fixes to solve the big conservation issues in southern Asia
  104. Decoupling of component and ensemble density feedbacks in birds and mammals
  105. Managing the long-term persistence of a rare cockatoo under climate change
  106. Nuclear waste: Use fast reactors to burn plutonium
  107. Long-term breeding phenology shift in royal penguins
  108. Managed relocation as an adaptation strategy for mitigating climate change threats to the persistence of an endangered lizard
  109. Density dependence: an ecological Tower of Babel
  110. Booming during a bust: Asynchronous population responses of arid zone lizards to climatic variables
  111. Genetic structure of introduced swamp buffalo subpopulations in tropical Australia
  112. The Aftermath of Megafaunal Extinction: Ecosystem Transformation in Pleistocene Australia
  113. Could nuclear fission energy, etc., solve the greenhouse problem? The affirmative case
  114. European rabbit survival and recruitment are linked to epidemiological and environmental conditions in their exotic range
  115. Robust estimates of extinction time in the geological record
  116. Plant extinction risk under climate change: are forecast range shifts alone a good indicator of species vulnerability to global warming?
  117. Strengthening forecasts of climate change impacts with multi-model ensemble averaged projections using MAGICC/SCENGEN 5.3
  118. Quaternary Extinctions and Their Link to Climate Change
  119. Conserving imperiled species: a comparison of the IUCN Red List and U.S. Endangered Species Act
  120. Minimum viable population size: not magic, but necessary
  121. Climate Change Biology . By Lee Hannah. Academic Press. Amsterdam and Boston (Massachusetts): Elsevier. $59.95 (paper). xii + 402 p.; ill.; index. ISBN: 978‐0‐12‐374182‐0. 2011.
  122. Multi-model climate projections for biodiversity risk assessments
  123. Experimental comparison of aerial larvicides and habitat modification for controlling disease-carrying Aedes vigilax mosquitoes
  124. Better SAFE than sorry
  125. Novel coupling of individual-based epidemiological and demographic models predicts realistic dynamics of tuberculosis in alien buffalo
  126. Model-based adaptive spatial sampling for occurrence map construction
  127. Primary forests are irreplaceable for sustaining tropical biodiversity
  128. The tropical frontier in avian climate impact research
  129. Geographic range determinants of two commercially important marine molluscs
  130. Homage to an Avant-Garde Conservation Leader, Navjot Sodhi
  131. Specialist resources are key to improving small mammal distribution models
  132. Reconstructing the dynamics of ancient human populations from radiocarbon dates: 10 000 years of population growth in Australia
  133. The SAFE index: using a threshold population target to measure relative species threat
  134. An aggregative response of the tropical Australian magpie goose (Anseranas semipalmata) to seasonal floodplains
  135. How carbon pricing changes the relative competitiveness of low-carbon baseload generating technologies
  136. Fertility partially drives the relative success of two introduced bovines (Bubalus bubalis and Bos javanicus) in the Australian tropics
  137. Endemic predators, invasive prey and native diversity
  138. Relative need for conservation assessments of vascular plant species among ecoregions
  139. Limited evidence for the demographic Allee effect from numerous species across taxa
  140. Finding needles (or ants) in haystacks: predicting locations of invasive organisms to inform eradication and containment
  141. Wetland conservation and sustainable use under global change: a tropical Australian case study using magpie geese
  142. Decline and likely extinction of a northern Australian native rodent, the Brush-tailed Rabbit-rat Conilurus penicillatus
  143. The theta-logistic is unreliable for modelling most census data
  144. Deforestation and Avian Extinction on Tropical Landbridge Islands
  145. Turning back the clock on the extinction of megafauna in Australia
  146. Effects of Land-Use Change on Community Composition of Tropical Amphibians and Reptiles in Sulawesi, Indonesia
  147. And Then There Were None?
  148. Spatially explicit spreadsheet modelling for optimising the efficiency of reducing invasive animal density
  149. Satellite telemetry and seasonal movements of Magpie Geese ( Anseranas semipalmata ) in tropical northern Australia
  150. Pragmatic population viability targets in a rapidly changing world
  151. The conservation biologist's toolbox – principles for the design and analysis of conservation studies
  152. Ancient DNA reveals late survival of mammoth and horse in interior Alaska
  153. Putative extinction of two sawfish species in Mexico and the United States
  154. Conservation value of cacao agroforestry for amphibians and reptiles in South-East Asia: combining correlative models with follow-up field experiments
  155. Quantifying the Drivers of Larval Density Patterns in Two Tropical Mosquito Species to Maximize Control Efficiency
  156. Integrating bioclimate with population models to improve forecasts of species extinctions under climate change
  157. Survival estimation in a long-lived monitor lizard: radio-tracking of Varanus mertensi
  158. Climate Change Enhances the Potential Impact of Infectious Disease and Harvest on Tropical Waterfowl
  159. The state and conservation of Southeast Asian biodiversity
  160. Tropical turmoil: a biodiversity tragedy in progress
  161. Tropical Conservation Biology: response to Lugo's tendentious review
  162. Flooding Policy Makers with Evidence to Save Forests
  163. Dynamics of range margins for metapopulations under climate change
  164. Predicting the Timing and Magnitude of Tropical Mosquito Population Peaks for Maximizing Control Efficiency
  165. How will climate change affect plant–herbivore interactions? A tropical waterbird case study
  166. Global warming tugs at trophic interactions
  167. A Meta-Analysis of the Impact of Anthropogenic Forest Disturbance on Southeast Asia's Biotas
  168. Methods for Determining Viability of Wildlife Populations in Large Landscapes
  169. Why tropical island endemics are acutely susceptible to global change
  171. Experimental evidence for density-dependent responses to mortality of snake-necked turtles
  172. Shifting trends: detecting environmentally mediated regulation in long-lived marine vertebrates using time-series data
  173. Extinction risk scales better to generations than to years
  174. Synergies among extinction drivers under global change
  175. Decline in whale shark size and abundance at Ningaloo Reef over the past decade: The world’s largest fish is getting smaller
  177. How to monitor elusive lizards: comparison of capture–recapture methods on giant day geckos (Gekkonidae, Phelsuma madagascariensis grandis) in the Masoala rainforest exhibit, Zurich Zoo
  178. Threat or invasive status in legumes is related to opposite extremes of the same ecological and life-history attributes
  179. Importance of endogenous feedback controlling the long-term abundance of tropical mosquito species
  180. Fragile Southeast Asian biotas
  181. Measuring the Meltdown: Drivers of Global Amphibian Extinction and Decline
  182. Synergies between climate change, extinctions and invasive vertebrates
  183. Kyoto: doing our best is no longer enough
  184. Global evidence that deforestation amplifies flood risk and severity in the developing world
  185. Demographic response of snake-necked turtles correlates with indigenous harvest and feral pig predation in tropical northern Australia
  186. Monitoring Contrasting Land Management in the Savanna Landscapes of Northern Australia
  187. Minimum viable population size: A meta-analysis of 30 years of published estimates
  188. Modelling to forestall extinction of Australian tropical birds
  189. Correlates of extinction proneness in tropical angiosperms
  190. Artificial nest predation rates vary among habitats in the Australian monsoon tropics
  191. Indigenous harvest, exotic pig predation and local persistence of a long-lived vertebrate: managing a tropical freshwater turtle for sustainability and conservation
  192. Low genetic diversity in the bottlenecked population of endangered non-native banteng in northern Australia
  193. Multiscale modelling of the drivers of rainforest boundary dynamics in Kakadu National Park, northern Australia
  194. Land management affects grass biomass in the Eucalyptus tetrodonta savannas of monsoonal Australia
  195. Dangers of Sensationalizing Conservation Biology
  196. Marine extinctions revisited
  197. Can Morphometrics Predict Sex in Varanids?
  198. Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if humans had never colonised the continent? Comments on “A review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative explanation” by S. Wroe and J. Field
  199. Revisiting Chamberlin: Multiple Working Hypotheses for the 21st Century
  200. Current and future threats from non-indigenous animal species in northern Australia: a spotlight on World Heritage Area Kakadu National Park
  201. Feral pig predation threatens the indigenous harvest and local persistence of snake-necked turtles in northern Australia
  202. Realistic levels of inbreeding depression strongly affect extinction risk in wild populations
  203. Postcards from the past: charting the landscape-scale conversion of tropical Australian savanna to closed forest during the 20th century
  204. Rarity bites
  205. Threat and response: A decade of decline in a regionally endangered rainforest palm affected by fire and introduced animals
  206. Environmental and allometric drivers of tree growth rates in a north Australian savanna
  207. Managing an Endangered Asian Bovid in an Australian National Park: The Role and Limitations of Ecological-Economic Models in Decision-Making
  209. Growth and survival of two north Australian relictual tree species, Allosyncarpia ternata (Myrtaceae) and Callitris intratropica (Cupressaceae)
  211. Letters to the editor about the contents of past issues and comment on topics of current concern toFrontiersreaders
  212. Unreported yet massive deforestation driving loss of endemic biodiversity in Indian Himalaya
  213. Momentum Drives the Crash: Mass Extinction in the Tropics1
  214. Minimum viable population sizes and global extinction risk are unrelated
  215. Conservation Value of Non-Native Banteng in Northern Australia
  216. Southeast Asian birds in peril
  217. Short overlap of humans and megafauna in Pleistocene Australia
  218. Selective hunting of juveniles as a cause of the imperceptible overkill of the Australian Pleistocene megafauna
  219. Body size and growth in tropical small mammals: examining variation using non-linear mixed effects models
  220. Response to Hau : Beyond Singapore: Hong Kong and Asian biodiversity
  221. Persistence of lowland rainforest birds in a recently logged area in central Java
  222. Beyond Singapore: Hong Kong and Asian biodiversity
  223. One equation fits overkill: why allometry underpins both prehistoric and modern body size-biased extinctions
  224. Disease and the devil: density-dependent epidemiological processes explain historical population fluctuations in the Tasmanian devil
  225. Sustainable harvest regimes for magpie geese ( Anseranas semipalmata ) under spatial and temporal heterogeneity
  226. Plausible bounds for maximum rate of increase in magpie geese ( Anseranas semipalmata ): implications for harvest
  227. Southeast Asian biodiversity: an impending disaster
  228. Ecological Correlates of Extinction Proneness in Tropical Butterflies
  229. Correlations among Extinction Risks Assessed by Different Systems of Threatened Species Categorization
  230. The carrying capacity of ecosystems
  231. Most species are not driven to extinction before genetic factors impact them
  232. Large Estimates of Minimum Viable Population Sizes
  233. Comparing predictions of extinction risk using models and subjective judgement
  234. Large Estimates of Minimum Viable Population Sizes
  235. Does Inbreeding and Loss of Genetic Diversity Decrease Disease Resistance?
  236. What are the best correlates of predicted extinction risk?
  237. Co-Extinctions of Tropical Butterflies and their Hostplants
  238. The uncertain blitzkrieg of Pleistocene megafauna
  239. Australasian bird invasions: accidents of history?
  240. Does foraging mode influence life history traits? A comparative study of growth, maturation and survival of two species of sympatric snakes from south‐eastern Australia
  241. Undesirable aliens: factors determining the distribution of three invasive bird species in Singapore
  242. Abundance and Projected Control of Invasive House Crows in Singapore
  243. Estimates of minimum viable population sizes for vertebrates and factors influencing those estimates
  244. Demographic sensitivity and persistence of the threatened white- and orange-bellied frogs of Western Australia
  245. Catastrophic extinctions follow deforestation in Singapore
  246. Determinants of survival for the northern brown bandicoot under a landscape-scale fire experiment
  247. Book Review: 2
  248. Explaining the Pleistocene megafaunal extinctions: Models, chronologies, and assumptions
  249. Roost Characteristics of Invasive Mynas in Singapore
  250. Modelling strategies for the management of the critically endangered Carpentarian rock-rat (Zyzomys palatalis) of northern Australia
  251. Modelling strategies for the management of the critically endangered Carpentarian rock-rat (Zyzomys palatalis) of northern Australia
  252. Nest site selection of the house crow (Corvus splendens), an urban invasive bird species in Singapore and implications for its management
  253. Collectors endanger Australia's most threatened snake, the broad-headed snake Hoplocephalus bungaroides
  254. Critiques of PVA Ask the Wrong Questions: Throwing the Heuristic Baby Out with the Numerical Bath Water
  255. What makes a species vulnerable to extinction? Comparative life‐history traits of two sympatric snakes
  256. Population viability analyses on a cycling population: a cautionary tale
  257. Pessimistic and Optimistic Bias in Population Viability Analysis
  258. Predictive accuracy of population viability analysis in conservation biology
  259. Comparison of the population viability analysis packages GAPPS, INMAT, RAMAS and VORTEX for the whooping crane (Grus americana)
  260. Examining threats faced by island birds: a population viability analysis on the Capricorn silvereye using long-term data
  261. Does population viability analysis software predict the behaviour of real populations? A retrospective study on the Lord Howe Island woodhen Tricholimnas sylvestris (Sclater)