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  1. Ladybird beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) are abundant predatory species in many agroecosystems, are valued for their biological pest control functions, and have been recommended as test species for studies...

    Authors: Fernando Álvarez-Alfageme, Yann Devos, Irene Muñoz-Guajardo, Yunhe Li, Jörg Romeis and Michael Meissle
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:25
  2. Qualitative research related to the human dimensions of conservation and environment is growing in quantity. Rigorous syntheses of such studies can help develop understanding and inform decision-making. They c...

    Authors: Biljana Macura, Monika Suškevičs, Ruth Garside, Karin Hannes, Rebecca Rees and Romina Rodela
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:24
  3. Noise pollution is an intense, widespread anthropogenic disturbance that can have highly detrimental impacts on natural populations, communities, and ecosystems across the globe. One major way through which no...

    Authors: Oded Berger-Tal, Bob B. M. Wong, Ulrika Candolin and Jesse Barber
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):18

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 8 Supplement 1

  4. Anthropogenic light is known or suspected to exert profound effects on many taxa, including birds. Documentation of bird aggregation around artificial light at night, as well as observations of bird reactions ...

    Authors: Carrie Ann Adams, Arden Blumenthal, Esteban Fernández-Juricic, Erin Bayne and Colleen Cassady St. Clair
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):13

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 8 Supplement 1

    The Systematic Map to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2021 10:37

  5. Alien mammalian predators are a major cause of species extinction and decline globally. Baits and lures, usually human-food based (for example meat, nuts or oils), are widely deployed in trapping programs to a...

    Authors: Catherine J. Price, Peter B. Banks and Alison L. Greggor
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):12

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 8 Supplement 1

  6. How animals respond to predators can have consequences when they are reintroduced into the wild or translocated to new habitats. Animals raised in captivity often lack adequate experience with predators, and w...

    Authors: Alison L. Greggor, Catherine J. Price and Debra M. Shier
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):11

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 8 Supplement 1

  7. Human–wildlife conflict (HWC), is currently one of the most pressing conservation challenges. We restrict ourselves here to wildlife behaviour that is perceived to negatively impact social, economic or cultura...

    Authors: Lysanne Snijders, Alison L. Greggor, Femke Hilderink and Carolina Doran
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):10

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 8 Supplement 1

  8. Artificial light at night (ALAN), has increased dramatically over the past two centuries and is linked to demonstrable shifts in a range of behaviours across diverse animal taxa. This systematic map will colla...

    Authors: Lucy Katherine McLay, Juhani Peter Hopkins, Bob Bern Ming Wong, Ulrika Candolin and Therésa Melanie Jones
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8(Suppl 1):7

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 8 Supplement 1

  9. Systematic mapping assesses the nature of an evidence base, answering how much evidence exists on a particular topic. Perhaps the most useful outputs of a systematic map are an interactive database of studies ...

    Authors: Neal R. Haddaway, Andrew Feierman, Matthew J. Grainger, Charles T. Gray, Ezgi Tanriver-Ayder, Sanita Dhaubanjar and Martin J. Westgate
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:22
  10. Since the 1960s, environmental impact assessments (EIAs) and recently, social impact assessments (SIAs), have been conducted during the planning stages of large development projects to identify potential adver...

    Authors: Biljana Macura, Neal R. Haddaway, Pamela Lesser and Annika E. Nilsson
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:21
  11. Biodiversity is vital for human well-being, but is threatened by human actions world-wide. In the boreal zone, harvesting and management of forests on an industrial scale is the most important factor driving h...

    Authors: Sini Savilaakso, Matti Häkkilä, Anna Johansson, Anne Uusitalo, Terhi Sandgren, Mikko Mönkkönen and Pasi Puttonen
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:17
  12. Captive breeding programs are one of the many tools used by conservation practitioners as a means of conserving, supporting, and supplementing populations of imperilled species. Captive breeding programs exist...

    Authors: Lisa A. Donaldson, Trina Rytwinski, Jessica J. Taylor, Joseph R. Bennett, D. Andrew R. Drake, André Martel and Steven J. Cooke
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:16
  13. Mining activities, including prospecting, exploration, construction, operation, maintenance, expansion, abandonment, decommissioning and repurposing of a mine can impact social and environmental systems in a r...

    Authors: Neal R. Haddaway, Steven J. Cooke, Pamela Lesser, Biljana Macura, Annika E. Nilsson, Jessica J. Taylor and Kaisa Raito
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:9
  14. For decades, biodiversity has suffered massive losses worldwide. Urbanization is one of the major drivers of extinction because it leads to the physical fragmentation and loss of natural habitats and it is ass...

    Authors: Romain Sordello, Frédérique Flamerie De Lachapelle, Barbara Livoreil and Sylvie Vanpeene
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:8
  15. Many animals are attracted to the sounds of their conspecifics and some are attracted to the sounds of other species. Therefore, wildlife managers have begun to capitalize on this attraction to lure animals to...

    Authors: Breanna J. Putman and Daniel T. Blumstein
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:6

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2019 8:20

  16. The degradation of the water quality of the Baltic Sea is an ongoing problem, despite investments in measures to reduce external inputs of pollutants and nutrients from both diffuse and point sources. Excessiv...

    Authors: Neal R. Haddaway, Mikołaj Piniewski and Biljana Macura
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:5
  17. Many infectious pathogens can be transmitted from animals to humans and vice versa, or by animals (especially arthropods) to humans. Such diseases are called zoonotic and/or vector-borne diseases. To control o...

    Authors: Léa Lugassy, Ludivine Amdouni-Boursier, Haoues Alout, Romuald Berrebi, Christophe Boëte, Franck Boué, Nathalie Boulanger, Jean-François Cosson, Thierry Durand, Michel de Garine-Wichatitsky, Sylvain Larrat, Marie Moinet, Catherine Moulia, Nonito Pagès, Olivier Plantard, Vincent Robert…
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:4
  18. The creation and accumulation of robust bodies of knowledge, along with their dissemination, utilisation and integration in decision support are key to improving the use of evidence in decision-making. Systema...

    Authors: Alexandra M. Collins, Deborah Coughlin and Nicola Randall
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:2
  19. Pollution of the Baltic Sea continues to be a problem. Major terrestrial sources of nutrient emissions to the Baltic Sea are agriculture and wastewater, both major causes of eutrophication. Wastewater contains...

    Authors: Neal R. Haddaway, Solveig L. Johannesdottir, Mikołaj Piniewski and Biljana Macura
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2019 8:1
  20. Efficient and sustainable plant protection is of great economic and ecological significance for global crop production. A number of challenges, e.g. climate change, population growth and global trade, put incr...

    Authors: Anna Berlin, Helena Nordström Källström, Anders Lindgren and Åke Olson
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:31
  21. Cassava (Manihot esculenta) is a staple crop that is important for food security in the tropics. However, cassava farming can have severe environmental impacts, such as habitat destruction and soil degradation, i...

    Authors: Gorm E. Shackelford, Neal R. Haddaway, Hope O. Usieta, Pieter Pypers, Silviu O. Petrovan and William J. Sutherland
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:30
  22. Voluntary sustainability standards and eco-labels are market-based mechanisms used to encourage producers and consumers toward environmental sustainability. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is one such pro...

    Authors: Ashleigh Arton, Anthony Leiman, Gillian Petrokofsky, Hilde Toonen, Francis Neat and Catherine S. Longo
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:29
  23. The ecosystem services provided by forests are essential for societal well-being. Production forests are increasingly expected to provide a range of ecosystem services in addition to wood biomass, as well as t...

    Authors: Meelis Seedre, Adam Felton and Matts Lindbladh
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:28
  24. Over the last two decades there has been an increase in the demand for land in Sub Saharan Africa, particularly from foreign agribusiness investment to provide food for an increasing human population. The majo...

    Authors: Isla Duporge, Timothy Hodgetts and Maria Brett
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:27

    The Systematic Map to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2020 9:15

  25. Recently there has been considerable focus on the ecosystem services concept which has resulted in important advancements in biodiversity conservation across land management scales. Many have, however, caution...

    Authors: Stuart Demmer, Kevin Kirkman and Michelle Tedder
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:25
  26. Agroforestry bridges the gap that often separates agriculture and forestry by building integrated systems that address both environmental and socio-economic objectives. Agroforestry can improve the resiliency ...

    Authors: Sarah E. Brown, Daniel C. Miller, Pablo J. Ordonez and Kathy Baylis
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:24
  27. Along with climate change, herbivory is considered a main driver of ecosystem change in terrestrial Arctic environments. Understanding how herbivory influences the resilience of Arctic ecosystems to ongoing en...

    Authors: E. M. Soininen, I. Barrio, J. U. Jepsen, D. Ehrich, V. T. Ravolainen and J. D. M. Speed
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:23
  28. Sharp et al. [1] raise a number of concerns about the development and communication of ROSES (RepOrting standards for Systematic Evidence Syntheses), and we welcome the opportunity to explain some of the underlyi...

    Authors: Neal R. Haddaway, Biljana Macura, Paul Whaley and Andrew S. Pullin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:21

    The original article was published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:20

  29. This systematic map protocol responds to an urgent policy need to evaluate key environmental benefits of new compulsory greening measures in the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), with the aim ...

    Authors: S. Ottoy, V. Angileri, C. Gibert, M. L. Paracchini, P. Pointereau, J.-M. Terres, J. Van Orshoven, L. Vranken and L. V. Dicks
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:10
  30. The authors wish to update information about the software DistillerSR in Tables 1 and 3 which we were alerted to following the publication of this article. In addition to the analysis provided, DistillerSR doe...

    Authors: Christian Kohl, Emma J. McIntosh, Stefan Unger, Neal R. Haddaway, Steffen Kecke, Joachim Schiemann and Ralf Wilhelm
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:12

    The original article was published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:8

  31. Small-scale dredging activities in freshwater bodies have the potential to impact habitats and food resources that fishes depend on, and ultimately impact fisheries productivity. This systematic review will ex...

    Authors: Belinda M. S. Ward-Campbell and Brent Valere
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:9
  32. Reliable synthesis of the various rapidly expanding bodies of evidence is vital for the process of evidence-informed decision-making in environmental policy, practice and research. With the rise of evidence-ba...

    Authors: Neal R. Haddaway, Biljana Macura, Paul Whaley and Andrew S. Pullin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:7
  33. Antibiotic treatments are indispensable for human and animal health. However, the heavy usage of antibiotics has led to the emergence of resistance. Antibiotic residues, antibiotic-resistant bacteria and genes...

    Authors: Anaïs Goulas, Barbara Livoreil, Nathalie Grall, Pierre Benoit, Céline Couderc-Obert, Christophe Dagot, Dominique Patureau, Fabienne Petit, Cédric Laouénan and Antoine Andremont
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:3

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2019 8:35

    The Systematic Review to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2020 9:4

  34. Storytelling is a two-way interaction, written or oral, between someone telling a story and one or more listeners. It is a well-known and powerful means of communicating messages and engaging audiences. In thi...

    Authors: Anneli Sundin, Karolin Andersson and Robert Watt
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:6
  35. Systematic reviews and systematic maps represent powerful tools to identify, collect, evaluate and summarise primary research pertinent to a specific research question or topic in a highly standardised and rep...

    Authors: Christian Kohl, Emma J. McIntosh, Stefan Unger, Neal R. Haddaway, Steffen Kecke, Joachim Schiemann and Ralf Wilhelm
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:8

    The Correction to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:12

  36. How to best assess potential health, environmental and other impacts of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and how to interpret the resulting evidence base have been long-standing controversial issues in th...

    Authors: Armin Spök, Monica Racovita, Sandra Karner, Gloria Adduci, Greet Smets, Patrick Rüdelsheim, Christian Kohl, Ralf Wilhelm and Joachim Schiemann
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:1
  37. Shoreline works include any unnatural alteration or human intervention to coastal areas such as infilling, armouring, aquatic vegetation removal or planting, actions altering coastal processes, embayment creat...

    Authors: Sommer Abdel-Fattah and Sarah Hasnain
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:31
  38. Although surface freshwater comprises < 0.01% of the total water volume of earth, freshwater inland capture fisheries and aquaculture represent 40% of the global reported finfish harvest. While the social, eco...

    Authors: Chelsie L. Romulo, Zeenatul Basher, Abigail J. Lynch, Yu-Chun Kao and William W. Taylor
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:29
  39. Important policy questions tend to span a range of academic disciplines, and the relevant research is often carried out in a variety of social, economic and geographic contexts. In efforts to synthesise resear...

    Authors: Sandy Oliver, Paul Garner, Pete Heywood, Janet Jull, Kelly Dickson, Mukdarut Bangpan, Lynn Ang, Morel Fourman and Ruth Garside
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:28
  40. Involving stakeholders in systematic reviews is common practice and is advised in the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) Guidelines (v.4.2). Frameworks for engaging stakeholders exist and should be...

    Authors: Jessica J. Taylor, Trina Rytwinski, Joseph R. Bennett and Steven J. Cooke
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:26
  41. Systematic reviews and systematic maps, regarded as a gold standard for syntheses of documented research evidence, are increasingly used to inform decisions in environmental management. To increase their relev...

    Authors: Magnus Land, Biljana Macura, Claes Bernes and Sif Johansson
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:25
  42. Systematic reviews and maps are complex methods for synthesising evidence that involve specialist and resource-intensive activities. Systematic reviewers face challenges when attempting to clearly and precisel...

    Authors: Jacqualyn Eales, Neal R. Haddaway and J. Angus Webb
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:22
  43. This paper provides guidance about how to plan, prepare, conduct, report, amend or update a systematic search. It aims to contribute to a new version of the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) Guide...

    Authors: Barbara Livoreil, Julie Glanville, Neal R. Haddaway, Helen Bayliss, Alison Bethel, Frédérique Flamerie de Lachapelle, Shannon Robalino, Sini Savilaakso, Wen Zhou, Gill Petrokofsky and Geoff Frampton
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:23
  44. As a methodology designed to inform policy and practice decisions, it is particularly important to ensure that systematic reviews are shaped by those who will use them. There is a broad range of approaches for...

    Authors: Laurenz Langer, Yvonne Erasmus, Natalie Tannous and Ruth Stewart
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:20
  45. Eutrophication of freshwater ecosystems resulting from nitrogen and phosphorus pollution is a major stressor across the globe. Despite recognition by scientists and stakeholders of the problems of nutrient pol...

    Authors: Micah G. Bennett, Kate A. Schofield, Sylvia S. Lee and Susan B. Norton
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:18

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