Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation
Current number
January - March 2017
Vol. 15. Num. 1.
Pages 1-64

Natureza & Conservação (Brazilian Journal for Nature Conservation) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal devoted to improving theoretical, methodological and practical aspects of conservation science. Until 2009, the journal was edited by the Fundação “O Boticário de Proteção à Natureza”. From 2010 on, it became an official scientific journal of the new Brazilian Association for Ecological Science and Conservation (Associação Brasileira de Ciência Ecológica e Conservação - ABECO), with financial support from the Boticário Group Foundation for Nature Protection.

The main goal of Natureza & Conservação is to communicate new research and conceptual advances in conservation science to different actors of society, including researchers, conservationists, technical officers and decision makers. Scientific papers should focus on new conceptual or methodological developments with practical implications, and case studies will be considered only if referred to more general contexts.

Indexing: Periodica, CABI International, Latindex, Hapi, and ISI.
ISSN 1679-0073

Editorial
New perspectives in ecology and conservation
Jean Paul Metzger, Rafael Loyola, José Alexandre Felizola Diniz-Filho, Valério D. Pillar
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:1-2
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Special Feature - Connectivity in Fragmented Landscapes
Habitat fragmentation drives inter-population variation in dispersal behavior in a Neotropical rainforest bird
Cintia Cornelius, Marcelo Awade, Carlos Cândia-Gallardo, Kathryn E. Sieving, Jean Paul Metzger
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:3-9
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Matrix type affects movement behavior of a Neotropical understory forest bird
Mariane Biz, Cintia Cornelius, Jean Paul Walter Metzger
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:10-7
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Positive responses of flower visiting bees to landscape heterogeneity depend on functional connectivity levels
Danilo Boscolo, Paola Mandetta Tokumoto, Patrícia Alves Ferreira, John Wesley Ribeiro, Juliana Silveira dos Santos
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:18-24
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Investigating movement behavior of invasive Burmese pythons on a shy–bold continuum using individual-based modeling
Holly E. Mutascio, Shannon E. Pittman, Patrick A. Zollner
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:25-31
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Essays and Perspectives
Ecosystems as infrastructure
José Maria Cardoso da Silva, Emily Wheeler
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:32-5
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Research Letters
Effects of landscape composition on the occurrence of a widespread invasive bird species in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Ivan Réus Viana, Jayme Augusto Prevedello, Jairo José Zocche
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:36-41
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Use of small Atlantic Forest fragments by birds in Southeast Brazil
Karlla Vanessa de Camargo Barbosa, Christoph Knogge, Pedro Ferreira Develey, Clinton N. Jenkins, Alexandre Uezu
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:42-6
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Aversive hunting and sight frequency ecology of Beaded lizards (Squamata: Helodermatidae)
Hublester Domínguez-Vega, Octavio Monroy-Vilchis, Javier Manjarrez, Carlos J. Balderas-Valdívia
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:47-51
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Effect of shrub encroachment on vegetation communities in Brazilian forest-grassland mosaics
Anaclara Guido, Elisa Salengue, André Dresseno
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:52-5
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Assessing the consistency of hotspot and hot-moment patterns of wildlife road mortality over time
Rodrigo Augusto Lima Santos, Fernando Ascensão, Marina Lopes Ribeiro, Alex Bager, Margarida Santos-Reis, Ludmilla M.S. Aguiar
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:56-60
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Policy Forums
Advances and barriers to the development of jaguar-tourism in the Brazilian Pantanal
Fernando R. Tortato, Thiago J. Izzo
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:61-3
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