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26.03.2012
Nature Conservation -- a new open-access, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal launched
Nature Conservation is a new-generation open-access journal launched by Pensoft Publishers. Its platform is comprising both innovative technologies and a routine medium for publication of data related to the vast area ...

26.03.2012
Efficient nature conservation policies require sharp focus
People have always known that their survival depends on something that is outside of their control – that is, nature. Nature regulates human life, and from it people have tried to derive rules for proper behavior. This is the...

26.03.2012
Building the European Union's Natura 2000 - the largest ever network of protected areas
The European Union's Habitats Directive is now 20 years old, and its network of protected areas, known as Natura 2000, is nearing completion. After a slow start, the network now includes some 26 000 protected sites and covers...

22.03.2012
Article alert: Potential negative effects of exotic honey bees on the diversity of native pollinators and yield of highland coffee plantations
Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2012) 13: 365–372. doi: 10.1111/j.1461-9563.2011.00527.xErnesto I. Badano, Carlos H. VergaraThe honey bee Apis mellifera is native to Eurasia and Africa, although it is com...

22.03.2012
Pollinator Conservation Planning Short Course (Tucson, Arizona)
Place: Tucson, ArizonaApril 19th, 2012The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, the USDA Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program, and the USDA Natural Resource...

20.03.2012
Article alert: The Evolution of Floral Scent and Olfactory Preferences in Pollinators: Coevolution or Pre-Existing Bias?
Evolution (2012) doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01593.xSchiestl FP, Dötterl SCoevolution is thought to be a major factor in shaping plant–pollinator interactions. Alternatively, plants may have evolved tr...

19.03.2012
Birds and butterflies fail to follow climate change temperature rise
Science for Environment Policy (2012) Issue 277As the climate changes, animal species are predicted to adapt by moving northwards so they can remain within their preferred temperature range. Now, researchers ...

19.03.2012
Early Spring Drives Butterfly Population Declines
Early snowmelt caused by climate change in the Colorado Rocky Mountains snowballs into two chains of events: a decrease in the number of flowers, which, in turn, decreases available nectar. The result is decline in a populati...

15.03.2012
International Conference on Managing Protected Areas under Climate Change (IMPACT) - Call for contributions
24-26 September 2012 in Dresden, GermanyIMPACT sets out to meet the growing need for sharing knowledge and experiences in the field of biodiversity conservation and climate change. Taking a transdisciplinary per...

13.03.2012
Pollinator Conservation Planning Short Course
12.04.2012Place: Vernon, ConnecticutThe Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, the USDA Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program, and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation...


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