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Low resource availability drives feeding niche partitioning between wild bees and honeybees in a European city
Casanelles‐Abella, J., Fontana, S., Fournier, B., Frey, D., & Moretti, M. (2022). Low resource availability drives feeding niche partitioning between wild bees and honeybees in a European city. Ecological Applications. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2727
Arthropod dark taxa provide new insights into diversity responses to bark beetle infestations
Kortmann, M., Roth, N., Buse, J., Hilszczański, J., Jaworski, T., Morinière, J., … Müller, J. C. (2022). Arthropod dark taxa provide new insights into diversity responses to bark beetle infestations. Ecological Applications, 32(2), e2516 (16 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2516
Predation thresholds for reintroduction of native avifauna following suppression of invasive Brown Treesnakes on Guam
McElderry, R. M., Paxton, E. H., Nguyen, A. V., & Siers, S. R. (2022). Predation thresholds for reintroduction of native avifauna following suppression of invasive Brown Treesnakes on Guam. Ecological Applications. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2716
Forecast increase in invasive rabbit spread into ecosystems of an oceanic island (Tenerife) under climate change
Bello-Rodríguez, V., Mateo, R. G., Pellissier, L., Cubas, J., Cooke, B., & González-Mancebo, J. M. (2021). Forecast increase in invasive rabbit spread into ecosystems of an oceanic island (Tenerife) under climate change. Ecological Applications, 31(1), e02206 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2206
Estimation of breeding probability can make monitoring data more revealing: a case study of amphibians
Cruickshank, S. S., Bergamini, A., & Schmidt, B. R. (2021). Estimation of breeding probability can make monitoring data more revealing: a case study of amphibians. Ecological Applications, 31(6), e02357 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2357
Stand-scale climate change impacts on forests over large areas: transient responses and projection uncertainties
Huber, N., Bugmann, H., Cailleret, M., Bircher, N., & Lafond, V. (2021). Stand-scale climate change impacts on forests over large areas: transient responses and projection uncertainties. Ecological Applications, 31(4), e02313 (19 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2313
Evaluating long-term success in grassland restoration: an ecosystem multifunctionality approach
Resch, M. C., Schütz, M., Buchmann, N., Frey, B., Graf, U., van der Putten, W. H., … Risch, A. C. (2021). Evaluating long-term success in grassland restoration: an ecosystem multifunctionality approach. Ecological Applications, 31(3), e02271 (14 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2271
Worldwide border interceptions provide a window into human-mediated global insect movement
Turner, R. M., Brockerhoff, E. G., Bertelsmeier, C., Blake, R. E., Caton, B., James, A., … Liebhold, A. M. (2021). Worldwide border interceptions provide a window into human-mediated global insect movement. Ecological Applications, 31(7), e02412 (18 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2412
Approaches for estimating benefits and costs of interventions in plant biosecurity across invasion phases
Welsh, M. J., Turner, J. A., Epanchin-Niell, R. S., Monge, J. J., Soliman, T., Robinson, A. P., … Brockerhoff, E. G. (2021). Approaches for estimating benefits and costs of interventions in plant biosecurity across invasion phases. Ecological Applications, 31(5), e02319 (18 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2319
Shifts in food plant abundance for flower-visiting insects between 1900 and 2017 in the canton of Zurich, Switzerland
Abrahamczyk, S., Wohlgemuth, T., Nobis, M., Nyffeler, R., & Kessler, M. (2020). Shifts in food plant abundance for flower-visiting insects between 1900 and 2017 in the canton of Zurich, Switzerland. Ecological Applications, 30(6), e2138 (11 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2138
Bayesian calibration of a growth-dependent tree mortality model to simulate the dynamics of European temperate forests
Cailleret, M., Bircher, N., Hartig, F., Hülsmann, L., & Bugmann, H. (2020). Bayesian calibration of a growth-dependent tree mortality model to simulate the dynamics of European temperate forests. Ecological Applications, 30(1), e02021 (17 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2021
Long‐term restoration success of insect herbivore communities in semi‐natural grasslands: a functional approach
Neff, F., Resch, M. C., Marty, A., Rolley, J. D., Schütz, M., Risch, A. C., & Gossner, M. M. (2020). Long‐term restoration success of insect herbivore communities in semi‐natural grasslands: a functional approach. Ecological Applications, 30(6), e02133 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2133
Considering unseen arrivals in predictions of establishment risk based on border biosecurity interceptions
Turner, R. M., Plank, M. J., Brockerhoff, E. G., Pawson, S., Liebhold, A., & James, A. (2020). Considering unseen arrivals in predictions of establishment risk based on border biosecurity interceptions. Ecological Applications, 30(8), e2194 (16 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2194
Quantifying natural disturbances using a large-scale dendrochronological reconstruction to guide forest management
Čada, V., Trotsiuk, V., Janda, P., Mikoláš, M., Bače, R., Nagel, T. A., … Svoboda, M. (2020). Quantifying natural disturbances using a large-scale dendrochronological reconstruction to guide forest management. Ecological Applications, 30(8), e02189 (13 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2189
Ecosystem service change caused by climatological and non‐climatological drivers: a Swiss case study
Braun, D., de Jong, R., Schaepman, M. E., Furrer, R., Hein, L., Kienast, F., & Damm, A. (2019). Ecosystem service change caused by climatological and non‐climatological drivers: a Swiss case study. Ecological Applications, 29(4), e01901 (11 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1901
Are traded forest tree seeds a potential source of nonnative pests?
Franić, I., Prospero, S., Hartmann, M., Allan, E., Auger‐Rozenberg, M. ‐A., Grünwald, N. J., … Eschen, R. (2019). Are traded forest tree seeds a potential source of nonnative pests? Ecological Applications, 29(7), e01971 (16 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1971
How to kill a tree: empirical mortality models for 18 species and their performance in a dynamic forest model
Hülsmann, L., Bugmann, H., Cailleret, M., & Brang, P. (2018). How to kill a tree: empirical mortality models for 18 species and their performance in a dynamic forest model. Ecological Applications, 28(2), 522-540. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1668
Does one model fit all? Patterns of beech mortality in natural forests of three European regions
Hülsmann, L., Bugmann, H. K. M., Commarmot, B., Meyer, P., Zimmermann, S., & Brang, P. (2016). Does one model fit all? Patterns of beech mortality in natural forests of three European regions. Ecological Applications, 26(8), 2463-2477. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1388
Relative importance of climate and mountain pine beetle outbreaks on the occurrence of large wildfires in the western USA
Mietkiewicz, N., & Kulakowski, D. (2016). Relative importance of climate and mountain pine beetle outbreaks on the occurrence of large wildfires in the western USA. Ecological Applications, 26(8), 2523-2535. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1400
Short- and long-term efficacy of forest thinning to mitigate drought impacts in mountain forests in the European Alps
Elkin, C., Giuggiola, A., Rigling, A., & Bugmann, H. (2015). Short- and long-term efficacy of forest thinning to mitigate drought impacts in mountain forests in the European Alps. Ecological Applications, 25(4), 1083-1098. https://doi.org/10.1890/14-0690.1