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  1. The impacts of land use/land cover (LULC) pattern on surface components of water are less well recognized, particularly in the Kashmir Himalaya. The paper highlights the relationship between LULC and water che...

    Authors: Zahoor ul Hassan, Javaid Ahmad Shah, Tasawoor Ahmad Kanth and Ashok Kumar Pandit

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2015 4:9

    Content type: Research

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  2. The ecological processes underlying the suppressive impacts of invasive species on native species diversity, both above- and below-ground, in non-native regions are not well understood. We therefore aimed to i...

    Authors: Manzoor A Shah, Marie-Eve Beaulieu, Zafar A Reshi, Salman Qureshi and Damase P Khasa

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2015 4:7

    Content type: Research

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  3. Incorporating information on animal behavior in resource-based predictive modeling (e.g., occurrence mapping) can elucidate the relationship between process and spatial pattern and depict habitat in terms of i...

    Authors: Matthew R Dzialak, Chad V Olson, Stephen L Webb, Seth M Harju and Jeffrey B Winstead

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2015 4:5

    Content type: Research

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  4. Riparian vegetation plays a crucial role in soil conservation and riverbank reinforcement. The Three Gorges hydrologic project has significantly changed the pattern of water-level fluctuation and riparian envi...

    Authors: Fangqing Chen, Jinxia Zhang, Miao Zhang and Jianzhu Wang

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2015 4:3

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  5. Urban flora is an important component of human-dominated ecosystems that links urban dwellers with nature. This study aims at compiling and analysing the alien and native vascular plant species of some selecte...

    Authors: Syed Mubashir Andrabi, Zafar Ahmad Reshi, Manzoor Ahmad Shah and Salman Qureshi

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2015 4:2

    Content type: Research

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  6. The role of urban areas in the global carbon cycle has so far not been studied conclusively. Locally, urbanization might affect decomposition within urban boundaries. So far, only few studies have examined the...

    Authors: Jens Dorendorf, Anja Wilken, Annette Eschenbach and Kai Jensen

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2015 4:1

    Content type: Research

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  7. Urban soils are large pools of carbon, nitrogen, and other elements, supporting plant growth, sustaining biogeochemical cycles, and serving as the foundation for maintaining ecosystem function and services of ...

    Authors: Qizheng Mao, Ganlin Huang, Alexander Buyantuev, Jianguo Wu, Shanghua Luo and Keming Ma

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:23

    Content type: Research

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  8. Many conservation initiatives for managing social-ecological landscapes factor in the best available biophysical information. However, insufficient consideration of social aspects can render such initiatives i...

    Authors: Grace B Villamor, Ignacio Palomo, Cesar A López Santiago, Elisa Oteros-Rozas and Joe Hill

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:22

    Content type: Research

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  9. Modern intensive rice production has brought a large amount of environmental pollution and do not guarantee the safety of rice quality. Thus, to improve the farmer's rice production model to reduce agro-chemic...

    Authors: Huabin Zheng, Huang Huang, Diqin Li, Xumeng Li, Zhiqiang Fu and Can Chen

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:20

    Content type: Research

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  10. The potential of periurban agrarian ecosystems is recognized as one of the cornerstones for improving urban sustainability; however, this potential has been disregarded in spatial planning and decision making....

    Authors: Marian Simon Rojo, Ana Zazo Moratalla, Nerea Moran Alonso and Veronica Hernandez Jimenez

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:13

    Content type: Research

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  11. Climate change and urbanization have been shown to alter plant phenology. However, a mechanistic understanding of these changes in flowering phenology and associated pollinator communities is lacking. Thus, th...

    Authors: Kaesha Neil, Jianguo Wu, Christofer Bang and Stanley Faeth

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:17

    Content type: Research

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  12. Land use intensification and urbanisation processes are degrading hydrological ecosystem services in the Guapi-Macacu watershed of Rio de Janeiro. A proposal to pay farmers to restore natural watershed service...

    Authors: Vanesa Rodríguez Osuna, Jan Börner, Udo Nehren, Rachel Bardy Prado, Hartmut Gaese and Jürgen Heinrich

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:16

    Content type: Research

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  13. Karachi, a city of unique terrain and moderate tropical climate, is home to several mosquito species. The geographical distribution and density of these species may vary within the city, owing to their interac...

    Authors: Saima Shaikh, Syed Jamil H Kazmi and Salman Qureshi

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:12

    Content type: Research

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  14. The Rupsha-Passur River System (RS) is one of the biggest and important river systems in the Sundarbans estuarine ecosystem. It is the largest fresh water supplier into this mangrove forest. A comprehensive st...

    Authors: Shak MB Rahaman, Sudhin K Biswas, Md S Rahaman, Alokesh K Ghosh, Lipton Sarder, SMS Siraj and Sheikh S Islam

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:18

    Content type: Research

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  15. This paper presents basic information on the research, classification, and application of the functions of tree species and their communities (mainly forest) in Slovakia. The main aim is a scientific assessmen...

    Authors: Vladimir Caboun, Miroslav Kovalcik and Zuzana Sarvasova

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:15

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  16. Conceptual hydrological models are useful tools to support catchment water management. However, the identifiability of parameters and structural uncertainties in conceptual rainfall-runoff modeling prove to be...

    Authors: Shuai Ouyang, Heike Puhlmann, Shunli Wang, Klaus von Wilpert and Osbert Jianxin Sun

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:14

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  17. Ecosystem goods and services (EGS) studies have had little impact on policy processes and real-world decision-making due to limited understanding of the interactions and feedbacks among ecological, social and ...

    Authors: Robert Huber, Simon Briner, Harald Bugmann, Ché Elkin, Christian Hirschi, Roman Seidl, Rebecca Snell and Andreas Rigling

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:9

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  18. Communities situated in protected areas generate conflicts among park administrators, residents and scientists. Should they stay or should they go? This article presents a positive example of a community exist...

    Authors: Barbara Schröter, Karla Sessin-Dilascio, Claas Meyer, Bettina Matzdorf, Claudia Sattler, Angela Meyer, Gregor Giersch, Camila Jericó-Daminello and Lukas Wortmann

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:6

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  19. Changes in land use and agricultural management have caused a strong increase in sediment and particulate phosphorus input into the Miyun reservoir. The simulation of the relevant runoff and sediment fluxes at...

    Authors: Michael Gebel, Mario Uhlig, Stefan Halbfass, Ralph Meissner and Shuhuai Duan

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:5

    Content type: Research

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  20. ‘Nuisance species’ (or ‘invasive’ species) are often proposed to be the second most important concern in the context of the current biodiversity crisis. Despite increasing evidence that exotic species do not a...

    Authors: Zina Skandrani, Sébastien Lepetz and Anne-Caroline Prévot-Julliard

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:3

    Content type: Research

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  21. Current land use in the Federal District, Western Central Brazil, causes problems related to the water supply which are linked to the regulation of ecosystem services (ES). In scope of an Integrated Water Reso...

    Authors: Lars Koschke, Carsten Lorz, Christine Fürst, Tobias Lehmann and Franz Makeschin

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2014 3:2

    Content type: Research

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  22. One of the major impediments to developing better restoration strategies is the inadequate documentation of past restoration efforts. In 2008, Greening Australia commenced ecological restoration on the Nurcoung p...

    Authors: Singarayer K Florentine, Jessica Gardner, Friedrich P Graz and Sean Moloney

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:34

    Content type: Research

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  23. A framework is developed to link major soil functions to ecosystem services assessment. Provisioning soil functions—with primary linkages to ecosystem services—are evaluated on a continental scale in Europe.

    Authors: Gergely Tóth, Ciro Gardi, Katalin Bódis, Éva Ivits, Ece Aksoy, Arwyn Jones, Simon Jeffrey, Thorum Petursdottir and Luca Montanarella

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:32

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  24. Combining in-situ data from single-point time series with remotely sensed spatial data allowed a greater elucidation of changes in chlorophyll-a concentrations through wet season conditions in the Great Barrie...

    Authors: Michelle J Devlin, Eduardo Teixeira da Silva, Caroline Petus, Amelia Wenger, Daniel Zeh, Dieter Tracey, Jorge G Álvarez-Romero and Jon Brodie

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:31

    Content type: Research

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  25. Estimating surface temperature from above-ground field measurements is important for understanding the complex landscape patterns of plant seedling survival and establishment, processes which occur at heights ...

    Authors: John R Dingman, Lynn C Sweet, Ian McCullough, Frank W Davis, Alan Flint, Janet Franklin and Lorraine E Flint

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:30

    Content type: Research

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  26. Seasonal and tidal variations in nutrient concentration and water quality were investigated in the western Sundarbans of Bangladesh during the post-monsoon, winter and monsoon seasons during 2010–2011.

    Authors: Shak Md Bazlur Rahaman, Lipton Sarder, Md Sayadur Rahaman, Alokesh Kumar Ghosh, Sudhin Kumar Biswas, SM Shahjahan Siraj, Khandaker Anisul Huq, Abul Farah Md Hasanuzzaman and Shikder Saiful Islam

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:29

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  27. The Regent Honeyeater Project commenced ecological restoration in the Lurg district in 1994, with an aim to restore habitats for the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater Anthochaera phrygia and a range of othe...

    Authors: Kristin Monie, Singarayer Florentine and Grant Palmer

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:27

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  28. Resource managers need spatially explicit models of hydrologic response to changes in key climatic drivers across variable landscape conditions. We demonstrate the utility of a Basin Characterization Model for...

    Authors: Lorraine E Flint, Alan L Flint, James H Thorne and Ryan Boynton

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:25

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  29. Many economically important non-timber forest products (NTFPs) come from widespread and common plant species. Harvest of these species often is assumed to be sustainable due to their commonness. However, becau...

    Authors: Lisa Mandle, Tamara Ticktin, Snehlata Nath, Siddappa Setty and Anita Varghese

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:21

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  30. This study depicts broad-scale revegetation patterns following sand mining on North Stradbroke Island, south-eastern Queensland, Australia.

    Authors: Patrick Audet, Amanda Gravina, Vanessa Glenn, Phill McKenna, Helen Vickers, Melina Gillespie and David Mulligan

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:20

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  31. An assessment of whether rehabilitated mine sites have resulted in natural or novel ecosystems requires monitoring over considerable periods of time or the use of space-for-time substitution (chronosequence) a...

    Authors: Jonathan D Majer, Brian Heterick, Thomas Gohr, Elliot Hughes, Lewis Mounsher and Andrew Grigg

    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:19

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