Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation
Issue number 1
January - March 2018
Vol. 16. Num. 1.
Pages 1-60
Special Feature - Mining and Conservation > Essays and Perspectives
Humans as niche constructors: Revisiting the concept of chronic anthropogenic disturbances in ecology
Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque, Paulo Henrique Santos Gonçalves, Washington Soares Ferreira Júnior, Leonardo Silva Chaves, Regina Célia da Silva Oliveira, Temóteo Luiz Lima da Silva, Gilney Charll dos Santos, Elcida de Lima Araújo
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2018;16:1-11
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The benefits of evolution education for natural resources managers
Israel D. Parker, Aaron N. Facka, Therese A. Catanach, Eddie K. Lyons
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2018;16:12-6
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> Research Letters
Protecting biodiversity in urbanizing regions: The role of urban reserves for the conservation of Brazilian Atlantic Forest birds
Thayz R. Enedino, Alan Loures-Ribeiro, Bráulio A. Santos
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2018;16:17-23
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The South Brazilian grasslands – A South American tallgrass prairie? Parallels and implications of fire dependency
G.E. Overbeck, J.D. Scasta, F.F. Furquim, I.I. Boldrini, J.R. Weir
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2018;16:24-30
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As far as the eye can see: Scenic view of Cerrado National Parks
Ariane de Almeida Rodrigues, Mercedes Maria da Cunha Bustamante, Edson Eyji Sano
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2018;16:31-7
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Assessing the risk of invasion of species in the pet trade in Brazil
Clarissa Alves da Rosa, Rafael Zenni, Sílvia R. Ziller, Nelson de Almeida Curi, Marcelo Passamani
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2018;16:38-42
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> Policy Forums
Uneven conservation efforts compromise Brazil to meet the Target 11 of Convention on Biological Diversity
André A. Pacheco, Ana Carolina O. Neves, G. Wilson Fernandes
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2018;16:43-8
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The Native Vegetation Protection Law of Brazil and the challenge for first-order stream conservation
Ricardo H. Taniwaki, Yuri A. Forte, Gabriela O. Silva, Pedro H.S. Brancalion, Caroline V. Cogueto, Solange Filoso, Silvio F.B. Ferraz
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2018;16:49-53
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