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  1. Aminoglycosides are potent bactericidal antibiotics naturally produced by soil microorganisms and are commonly used in agriculture. Exposure to these antibiotics has the potential to cause shifts in the microo...

    Authors: Jessica Coates, Kathleen J. Bostick, Brooke A. Jones, Nymeer Caston and Mentewab Ayalew
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:18
  2. The global food system is causing considerable environmental harm. A transition towards more sustainable consumption is needed. Targeted public policy interventions are crucial for stimulating such transition....

    Authors: Biljana Macura, Ylva Ran, U. Martin Persson, Assem Abu Hatab, Malin Jonell, Therese Lindahl and Elin Röös
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:17
  3. Accurate, unbiased and concise synthesis of available evidence following clear methodology and transparent reporting is necessary to support effective environmental policy and management decisions. Without thi...

    Authors: Andrew S. Pullin, Samantha H. Cheng, Josephine D’Urban Jackson, Jacqualyn Eales, Ida Envall, Salamatu J. Fada, Geoff K. Frampton, Meagan Harper, Andrew N. Kadykalo, Christian Kohl, Ko Konno, Barbara Livoreil, Dakis-Yaoba Ouédraogo, Bethan C. O’Leary, George Pullin, Nicola Randall…
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:16
  4. Natural climate solutions (NCS)—actions to conserve, restore, and modify natural and modified ecosystems to increase carbon storage or avoid greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions—are increasingly regarded as importan...

    Authors: Samantha H. Cheng, Sebastien Costedoat, Eleanor J. Sterling, Catherine Chamberlain, Arundhati Jagadish, Peter Lichtenthal, A. Justin Nowakowski, Auset Taylor, Jen Tinsman, Steven W. J. Canty, Margaret B. Holland, Kelly W. Jones, Morena Mills, David Morales-Hidalgo, Starry Sprenkle-Hyppolite, Meredith Wiggins…
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:15
  5. In recent years there has been an increased focus on the role of large herbivores in ecosystem restoration and climate change mitigation. There are multiple processes by which large herbivores could potentiall...

    Authors: Jennifer Ramsay, Christopher Sandom, Thomas Ings and Helen C. Wheeler
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:14
  6. The Arctic tundra is subject to the greatest climate change-induced temperature rises of any biome. Both terrestrial and freshwater biota are responding to recent climate warming through variability in their d...

    Authors: Andrew C. Martin, Jakob J. Assmann, Richard H. W. Bradshaw, Mari Kuoppamaa, Niina I Kuosmanen, Signe Normand, James D. M. Speed and Marc Macias-Fauria
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:13
  7. The internal validity of conclusions about effectiveness or impact in systematic reviews, and of decisions based on them, depends on risk of bias assessments being conducted appropriately. However, a random sa...

    Authors: Geoff Frampton, Paul Whaley, Micah Bennett, Gary Bilotta, Jean-Lou C. M. Dorne, Jacqualyn Eales, Katy James, Christian Kohl, Magnus Land, Barbara Livoreil, David Makowski, Evans Muchiri, Gillian Petrokofsky, Nicola Randall and Kate Schofield
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:12
  8. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria (ARB) usually enter water sources in different ways, such as via municipal and hospital wastewaters. Because conventional technologies used to treat water inefficient in removing ...

    Authors: Esfandiar Ghordouei Milan, Amir Hossein Mahvi, Ramin Nabizadeh and Mahmood Alimohammadi
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:11
  9. Agroforestry bridges the gap that often separates agriculture and forestry by building integrated systems to address both environmental and socio-economic objectives. Existing empirical research has suggested ...

    Authors: Sarah E. Castle, Daniel C. Miller, Nikolas Merten, Pablo J. Ordonez and Kathy Baylis
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:10
  10. Climate is one of the most important driving factors of future changes in terrestrial, coastal, and marine ecosystems. Any changes in these environments can significantly influence physiological and behavioura...

    Authors: Mohamad Nor Azra, Mohd Iqbal Mohd Noor, Jacqualyn Eales, Yeong Yik Sung and Mazlan Abd Ghaffar
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:9
  11. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is predicted to become the leading cause of death by 2050 with antibiotic resistance being an important component. Anthropogenic pollution introduces antibiotic resistant bacteri...

    Authors: Isobel Catherine Stanton, Alison Bethel, Anne Frances Clare Leonard, William Hugo Gaze and Ruth Garside
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:8
  12. Communication is a central tool in managing the balance between outdoor recreation and environmental protection. Several studies have evaluated different communication measures in nature area case studies, but...

    Authors: Sofie Kjendlie Selvaag, Rose Keller, Øystein Aas, Vegard Gundersen and Frode Thomassen Singsaas
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:7
  13. Several challenges, e.g. global trade, population growth, and climate change create future challenges for food production and food safety. In order to meet this, we need to secure and increase agricultural pro...

    Authors: Elisa Vilvert, Linnea Stridh, Björn Andersson, Åke Olson, Louise Aldén and Anna Berlin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:6
  14. Progress in key social-ecological challenges of the global environmental agenda (e.g., climate change, biodiversity conservation, Sustainable Development Goals) is hampered by a lack of integration and synthes...

    Authors: Stefano Balbi, Kenneth J. Bagstad, Ainhoa Magrach, Maria Jose Sanz, Naikoa Aguilar-Amuchastegui, Carlo Giupponi and Ferdinando Villa
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:5
  15. Altering the natural flow regime, an essential component of healthy fluvial systems, through hydropower operations has the potential to negatively impact freshwater fish populations. Establishing improved mana...

    Authors: Meagan Harper, Trina Rytwinski, Jessica J. Taylor, Joseph R. Bennett, Karen E. Smokorowski, Julian D. Olden, Keith D. Clarke, Tom Pratt, Neil Fisher, Alf Leake and Steven J. Cooke
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:3
  16. Many conservation management interventions have been set up to bring win–win outcomes for both biodiversity conservation and the well-being of the local communities. Nevertheless, the implementation process of...

    Authors: Mohd Aizat Zain, Julia Suhaimi, Maznah Dahlui, Hong Ching Goh, Amy Yee-Hui Then, Nur Asyikin Yakub, Mohd Iqbal Mohd Noor, Ruth Garside, Jacqualyn Eales, Edgar Jose and Fatimah Kari
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:2
  17. Changes in the diversity of herbivore communities can strongly influence the functioning of northern ecosystems. Different herbivores have different impacts on ecosystems because of differences in their diets,...

    Authors: Isabel C. Barrio, Laura Barbero-Palacios, Elina Kaarlejärvi, James D. M. Speed, Starri Heiðmarsson, David S. Hik and Eeva M. Soininen
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2022 11:1
  18. Exposure to radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (EMF), particularly from telecommunications sources, is one of the most common and fastest growing anthropogenic factors on the environment. In many count...

    Authors: Ken Karipidis, Chris Brzozek, Chhavi Raj Bhatt, Sarah Loughran and Andrew Wood
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:39
  19. Mammals, globally, are facing population declines. Strategies increasingly employed to recover threatened mammal populations include protecting populations inside predator-free havens, and translocating animal...

    Authors: Natasha D. Harrison, Ben L. Phillips, Jan M. Hemmi, Adrian F. Wayne, Rochelle Steven and Nicola J. Mitchell
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:38
  20. Artificial light is ubiquitous in the built environment with many known or suspected impacts on birds. Birds flying at night are known to aggregate around artificial light and collide with illuminated objects,...

    Authors: Carrie Ann Adams, Esteban Fernández-Juricic, Erin Michael Bayne and Colleen Cassady St. Clair
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:37

    The Systematic Map Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2019 8:13

  21. The current biodiversity crisis calls for an urgent need to sustainably manage human uses of nature. The Ecosystem Services (ES) concept defined as « the benefits humans obtain from nature » support decisions ...

    Authors: C. Sylvie Campagne, Joseph Langridge, Joachim Claudet, Rémi Mongruel and Eric Thiébaut
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:36
  22. Tropical coral reefs cover only ca. 0.1% of the Earth’s surface but host an outstanding biodiversity and provide important ecosystem services to millions of people living nearby. They are currently threatened ...

    Authors: Dakis-Yaoba Ouédraogo, Olivier Perceval, Christine Ferrier-Pagès, Isabelle Domart-Coulon, Laetitia Hédouin, Karen Burga, Mireille M. M. Guillaume, Christophe Calvayrac, Magalie Castelin, Yorick Reyjol and Romain Sordello
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:35
  23. Projections of climate change impacts upon forests are likely inaccurate if based on the premise that only climate controls tree growth. Species interactions control growth, but most research has ignored these...

    Authors: Juliana G. de S. Magalhães, Mariano M. Amoroso and Bruce C. Larson
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:34
  24. The guppy fish (Poecilia reticulata) is a tropical fish ancestrally linked to northern South America and the Caribbean. It is known to be very tolerant of and adaptable to new environments, and able to consume mu...

    Authors: Misaki Sasanami, John Hustedt, Neal Alexander, Olaf Horstick, Leigh Bowman, Jeffrey Hii, Pierre Echaubard, Leo Braack and Hans J. Overgaard
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:33
  25. Spring frosts pose an important threat to orchard productivity in temperate zones and predictions of future occurrences do not exclude damaging events. However, there is no up-to-date and systematic comparison...

    Authors: Bianca Drepper, Brecht Bamps, Anne Gobin and Jos Van Orshoven
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:32
  26. Over the last few decades, we increasingly see examples of parental environmental experiences influencing offspring health and fitness. More recently, it has become clear that some non-genetic effects can be c...

    Authors: Erin L. Macartney, Szymon M. Drobniak, Shinichi Nakagawa and Malgorzata Lagisz
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:31
  27. While the unique marine and coastal environment of the Baltic Sea provides numerous ecosystem services, its ecosystems are under pressure due to the intensification and diversification of anthropogenic uses. T...

    Authors: Joanna Storie, Monika Suškevičs, Fiona Nevzati, Mart Külvik, Tinka Kuhn, Benjamin Burkhard, Suvi Vikström, Virpi Lehtoranta, Simo Riikonen and Soile Oinonen
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:30
  28. Ecosystem degradation, mainly through overexploitation and destruction of natural habitats, is a well-known threat to the viability and persistence of many species’ populations worldwide. The use of translocat...

    Authors: Joseph Langridge, Romain Sordello and Yorick Reyjol
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:29
  29. As urban areas expand, scientists now agree that the city is an important space for biodiversity conservation. Yet, still relatively little is known about how urban forms could have a differential impact on te...

    Authors: Morgane Flégeau, Hélène Soubelet, Sophie Carré, Sébastien Barot, Xavier Lagurgue, Sabine Bognon and Philippe Clergeau
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:28
  30. The environmental effects of static gear fishing include habitat-level effects such as permanent changes to the physical environment and the structure of the benthic and epibenthic communities. Ecosystems subj...

    Authors: Hannah Fennell, Marija Sciberras, Jan Geert Hiddink, Michel J. Kaiser, Eric Gilman, David Donnan and Rory Crawford
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:27
  31. Globally, there is growing concern over the impacts of pharmaceuticals and drug manufacturing on aquatic animals, and pharmaceuticals are now recognized as contaminants of emerging environmental concern. In re...

    Authors: Jake M. Martin, Michael G. Bertram, Paul J. Blanchfield, Jack A. Brand, Tomas Brodin, Bryan W. Brooks, Daniel Cerveny, Malgorzata Lagisz, Isaac Y. Ligocki, Marcus Michelangeli, Shinichi Nakagawa, Jack T. Orford, Josefin Sundin, Hung Tan, Bob B. M. Wong and Erin S. McCallum
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:26
  32. Herbivores modify the structure and function of tundra ecosystems. Understanding their impacts is necessary to assess the responses of these ecosystems to ongoing environmental changes. However, the effects of...

    Authors: Eeva M. Soininen, Isabel C. Barrio, Ragnhild Bjørkås, Katrín Björnsdóttir, Dorothee Ehrich, Kelly Hopping, Elina Kaarlejärvi, Anders Lorentzen Kolstad, Svetlana Abdulmanova, Robert G. Björk, C. Guillermo Bueno, Isabell Eischeid, Rebecca Finger Higgens, Jennifer Sorensen Forbey, Charles Gignac, Olivier Gilg…
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:25
  33. Oat (Avena sativa L.) is an important cereal crop for livestock feed and human consumption. The largest oat-producing countries are located in the Northern Hemisphere with Sweden as the tenth largest producer. Oa...

    Authors: Elisa Vilvert, Åke Olson, Ann-Charlotte Wallenhammar, Jonas Törngren and Anna Berlin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:24
  34. Eutrophication of freshwater ecosystems resulting from nitrogen and phosphorus pollution is a major environmental stressor across the globe. In this systematic review, we compiled and synthesized literature on...

    Authors: Micah G. Bennett, Sylvia S. Lee, Kate A. Schofield, Caroline E. Ridley, Benjamin J. Washington and David A. Gibbs
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:23
  35. Tropical coral reefs cover ca. 0.1% of the Earth’s surface but host an outstanding biodiversity and provide important ecosystem services to millions of people living nearby. They are currently threatened by lo...

    Authors: Dakis-Yaoba Ouédraogo, Mathilde Delaunay, Romain Sordello, Laetitia Hédouin, Magalie Castelin, Olivier Perceval, Isabelle Domart-Coulon, Karen Burga, Christine Ferrier-Pagès, Romane Multon, Mireille M. M. Guillaume, Clément Léger, Christophe Calvayrac, Pascale Joannot and Yorick Reyjol
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:22
  36. Agriculture produces food for billions of humans and creates livelihoods for farmers. However, the current food production systems, driven by the increasing food demand and the ever-growing human population, a...

    Authors: Via Apriyani, Mukhlish J. M. Holle, Christian Silangen, Fitria T. Oktalira and Sonny Mumbunan
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:21
  37. Research and development on the recovery and reuse of nutrients found in human excreta and domestic wastewater has intensified over the past years, continuously producing new knowledge and technologies. Howeve...

    Authors: Biljana Macura, James Thomas, Geneviève S. Metson, Jennifer R. McConville, Solveig L. Johannesdottir, Dan Seddon and Robin Harder
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:20
  38. Anthropogenic pressures on marine ecosystems have increased over the last 75 years and are expected to intensify in the future with potentially dramatic cascading consequences for human societies. It is theref...

    Authors: Fabien Moullec, Rémy Asselot, Dominik Auch, Alexandra M. Blöcker, Gregor Börner, Leonie Färber, Claudia Ofelio, Jan Petzold, Maria Elisabetta Santelia, Heike Schwermer, Camilla Sguotti, Laurin Steidle, Verena Tams and Félix Pellerin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:19
  39. Habitat that is necessary for the survival and recovery of a species listed as threatened, endangered or extirpated (i.e., Critical Habitat) is protected in Canada. For freshwater aquatic species, Critical Hab...

    Authors: Amanda Caskenette, Travis Durhack, Sarah Hnytka, Colin Kovachik and Eva Enders
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:18
  40. Mycofiltration is an environment friendly technology which involves the treatment of contaminated water by passing it through a network of fungal mycelium. This technology has gained momentum over the years, a...

    Authors: Sanele Michelle Mnkandla and Patricks Voua Otomo
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:17
  41. Semi-natural pastures are unfertilized grasslands with a long history of traditional low-input grazing management. This kind of pastures are recognized for their high species richness. However, as a consequenc...

    Authors: Ida Envall, Jan Bengtsson, Simon Jakobsson, Maj Rundlöf, Charlotte Åberg and Regina Lindborg
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:16
  42. Small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) are replacing or supplementing manned aircraft and ground-based surveys in many animal monitoring situations due to better coverage at finer spatial and temporal resoluti...

    Authors: Jared A. Elmore, Michael F. Curran, Kristine O. Evans, Sathishkumar Samiappan, Meilun Zhou, Morgan B. Pfeiffer, Bradley F. Blackwell and Raymond B. Iglay
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:15
  43. Agriculture is facing an unprecedented challenge in having to reduce its environmental footprint whilst ensuring food security to an ever-growing global population. Towards this end, several strategies have be...

    Authors: Fanny Tran, Jonathan E. Holland, Nora Quesada, Mark Young, Damian Bienkowski, Dimitrios Savvas, Andrea Schubert, Georgia Ntatsi, Philip J. White, Graham S. Begg and Pietro P. M. Iannetta
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:14
  44. Anthropogenic degradation of marine ecosystems is widely accepted as a major social-ecological problem. The growing urgency to manage marine ecosystems more effectively has led to increasing application of spa...

    Authors: Bethan C. O’Leary, Joshua P. Copping, Nibedita Mukherjee, Sandra L. Dorning, Bryce D. Stewart, Emma McKinley, Prue F. E. Addison, Chris Williams, Griffin Carpenter, David Righton and Katherine L. Yates
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:13
  45. The control and prevention of vector-borne and zoonotic diseases is often based on the reduction of host or vector populations, involving but not limited to preventative culling and use of insecticides. Yet, d...

    Authors: Léa Lugassy, Ludivine Amdouni-Boursier, Haoues Alout, Romuald Berrebi, Christophe Boëte, Franck Boué, Nathalie Boulanger, Thierry Durand, Michel de Garine-Wichatitsky, Sylvain Larrat, Marie Moinet, Catherine Moulia, Nonito Pagès, Olivier Plantard, Vincent Robert and Barbara Livoreil
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:11
  46. Flow variability is considered a fundamental factor affecting riverine biota. Any alterations to flow regime can influence freshwater organisms, and this process is expected to change with the projected climat...

    Authors: Agata Keller, Somsubhra Chattopadhyay and Mikołaj Piniewski
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:10
  47. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Anaïs Goulas, Drifa Belhadi, Alexandre Descamps, Antoine Andremont, Pierre Benoit, Sophie Courtois, Christophe Dagot, Nathalie Grall, David Makowski, Sylvie Nazaret, Sylvie Nélieu, Dominique Patureau, Fabienne Petit, Céline Roose‑Amsaleg, Marion Vittecoq, Barbara Livoreil…
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:9

    The original article was published in Environmental Evidence 2020 9:4

  48. Ongoing and future hydroclimatic changes have large environmental and societal impacts. In terrestrial ecosystems, these changes are usually described with the terms ‘wetter’ and ‘drier’, which refer to the ch...

    Authors: Nina Roth, Fernando Jaramillo, Lan Wang-Erlandsson, David Zamora, Sebastián Palomino-Ángel and Sara A. O. Cousins
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2021 10:8

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