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Fewer aphids in organic crop fields
Robert Emmerich Julius-Maximilians-Universität WürzburgFarmers who spray insecticides against aphids as a preventative measure only achieve a short-term effect with this method. In the long term...

A new decision-making tool for conservation managers
Science for Environment Policy, Issue 247 A tool to help conservation managers prioritise their actions to protect wildlife has been developed. The tool, based on a mathematical model, can provide guidance on conserving en...

Article alert: The good, the bad and the flexible
The good, the bad and the flexible: plant interactions with pollinators and herbivores over space and time are moderated by plant compensatory responsesAnnals of botany, doi: 10.1093/aob/mcr152 First published o...

International Statistical Ecology Conference 2012
Krokkleiva, Norway 3-6 July 2012 Convening experts from around the world to present and discuss issues of interest to ecological statisticians and biologists. Hosted by the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary S...

International conference Planet Under Pressure 2012 - Call For Abstracts
26-29 March 2012 London, UK The conference will discuss solutions, at all scales, to move societies on to a sustainable pathway. It will provide scientific leadership towards the 2012 UN Rio +20 conference, also i...

"Sciences Eaux & Territoires" issue on Public Policy and Biodiversity
"Sciences Eaux & Territoires" is the Cemagref electronic journal which aims at transferring knowledge from researchers to both decision makers and stakeholders in the fields of water resources and landscape management. Ori...

Applying the ecosystem approach to forest biodiversity
Despite being high on the political agenda, biodiversity is still declining. A new analysis has focused on forest biodiversity in Finland, Russia and Peru and concluded that a global ecosystem approach can make a link betw...

Experienced Researcher - Land use, biofuels, and global biogeochemistry
Within the Marie Curie ITN GRENCYCLESII, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) is looking for applicants for the following research positions based in Potsdam, Germany: Land use, biofuels, and global bioge...

New study suggests severe deficits in UK honeybee numbers
A study published by the University of Reading’s Centre for Agri Environmental Research suggests that honeybees may not be as important to pollination services in the UK than previously supposed. The research was published...

Articles alert: Pollinators in Rangelands (Special Issue)
Rangelands - Volume 33, Issue 3 (June 2011)Rangelands – Pollination typically brings to mind an iconic story of the bee visiting the flower in a lovely meadow. And everyone benefits from this ecological cooperation....

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