Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation
Issue number 2
July - December 2014
Vol. 12. Num. 2.
Pages 93-178
Essays and perspectives
The use of nucleation techniques to restore the environment: a bibliometric analysis
Daniela Boanares, Cristiano Schetini de Azevedo
Nat Con 2014;12:93-8
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Effects of logging on bats in tropical forests
Isai J. Castro, Fernanda Michalski
Nat Con 2014;12:99-105
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Research letters
Blown in the wind: bats and wind farms in Brazil
Enrico Bernard, Adriana Paese, Ricardo Bomfim Machado, Ludmilla Moura de Souza Aguiar
Nat Con 2014;12:106-11
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Landings of goliath grouper, Epinephelus itajara, in Brazil: despite prohibited over ten years, fishing continues
Vinicius J. Giglio, Áthila A. Bertoncini, Beatrice P. Ferreira, Maurício Hostim-Silva, Matheus O. Freitas
Nat Con 2014;12:118-23
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Germination niche breadth differs in two co-occurring palms of the Atlantic Rainforest
Maria Isabel Guedes Braz, Rita de Cássia Quitete Portela, Luiza Helena Menezes Cosme, Veronica Guimarães Coutinho Marques, Eduardo Arcoverde de Mattos
Nat Con 2014;12:124-8
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High genetic diversity and strong spatial genetic structure in Cabralea canjerana (Vell.) Mart. (Meliaceae): implications to Brazilian Atlantic Forest tree conservation
Arthur Tavares de Oliveira Melo, Alexandre Siqueira Guedes Coelho, Marlei Ferreira Pereira, Angel José Vieira Blanco, Edivani Villaron Franceschinelli
Nat Con 2014;12:129-33
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Limited relevance of studying colonization in degraded areas for selecting framework species for ecosystem restoration
André Tavares Corrêa Dias, Reinaldo Luiz Bozelli, Luiz Roberto Zamith, Francisco de Assis Esteves, Pedro Ferreira, Fabio Rubio Scarano
Nat Con 2014;12:134-7
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Richness and composition of tiger moths (Erebidae: Arctiinae) in a Neotropical savanna: are heterogeneous habitats richer in species?
Carolina Moreno, Marcus V. Cianciaruso, Luciano Fabris Sgarbi, Viviane Gianluppi Ferro
Nat Con 2014;12:138-43
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Clade-specific impacts of human land use on primates
Fernanda T. Brum, Vanderlei J. Debastiani, Rafael Loyola, Leandro D.S. Duarte
Nat Con 2014;12:144-9
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Spatial conservation priorities for top predators reveal mismatches among taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional diversity
Fernando L. Sobral, Lucas Jardim, Priscila Lemes, Nathália Machado, Rafael Loyola, Marcus V. Cianciaruso
Nat Con 2014;12:150-5
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Measuring diversity: looking for processes that generate diversity
Ricardo Iglesias-Rios, Rosana Mazzoni
Nat Con 2014;12:156-61
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Policy forums
Challenges for the conservation of vanishing megadiverse rupestrian grasslands
Geraldo Wilson Fernandes, Newton P.U. Barbosa, Daniel Negreiros, Adriano P. Paglia
Nat Con 2014;12:162-5
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Moving from forest vs. grassland perspectives to an integrated view towards the conservation of forest–grassland mosaics
André Luís Luza, Marcos Bergmann Carlucci, Sandra Maria Hartz, Leandro D.S. Duarte
Nat Con 2014;12:166-9
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Urban forests and the conservation of threatened plant species: the case of the Tijuca National Park, Brazil
Nina Pougy, Eline Martins, Marcio Verdi, Juliana Amaral de Oliveira, Daniel Maurenza, Rodrigo Amaro, Gustavo Martinelli
Nat Con 2014;12:170-3
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An open, online method in science education to support conservation: the National Conference on Conservation Biology
Vinicius Cerqueira Rodrigues, Felipe Fonseca do Carmo, Lucas Neves Perillo
Nat Con 2014;12:174-8
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