About this collection

Recent Submissions

  • WHAT CAN WE DO FOR URBAN INSECT BIODIVERSITY? APPLYING LESSONS FROM ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH 

    Helden, Alvin J; Morley, Geoffrey J; Davidson, Gabrielle; Turner, Edgar (Magnolia Press, 2018)
    <jats:p>Urban ecosystems are not unique, as the ecological processes and anthropological effects they encapsulate can equally be found in a range of human dominated environments. Applying ecological lessons from both within ...
  • A collaboratively derived environmental research agenda for Galápagos 

    Izurieta, Arturo; Delgado, Byron; Moity, Nicolas; Calvopiña, Monica; Cedeño, Iván; Banda-Cruz, Gonzalo; Cruz, Eliecer et al. (CSIRO Publishing, 2018)
    <jats:p> Galápagos is one of the most pristine archipelagos in the world and its conservation relies upon research and sensible management. In recent decades both the interest in, and the needs of, the islands have ...
  • Evidence for the temporal regulation of insect segmentation by a conserved sequence of transcription factors 

    Clark, Erik; Peel, Andrew (The Company of Biologists, 2018-05-03)
    Long-germ insects, such as the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, pattern their segments simultaneously, whereas short-germ insects, such as the beetle Tribolium castaneum, pattern their segments sequentially, from anterior ...
  • Response-Ivory crisis. 

    Biggs, Duan; Smith, Robert J; Adams, Vanessa M; Brink, Henry; Cook, Carly N; Cooney, Rosie; Holden, Matthew H et al. (American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2018-04-20)
    Sekar et al. argue that there is unequivocal evidence that ivory trade bans are necessary for conserving elephants, and that a growing consensus removes the need to consider or incorporate alternative values in this debate. ...

View more