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  1. 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

  2. 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
  3. The role of linear transportation infrastructures (roads, railways, oil and gas pipelines, power lines, rivers and canals) in fragmenting natural habitats is fully acknowledged. Up to now, the potential of lin...

    Authors: Anne Villemey, Arzhvaël Jeusset, Marianne Vargac, Yves Bertheau, Aurélie Coulon, Julien Touroult, Sylvie Vanpeene, Bastien Castagneyrol, Hervé Jactel, Isabelle Witte, Nadine Deniaud, Frédérique Flamerie De Lachapelle, Emmanuel Jaslier, Véronique Roy, Eric Guinard, Eric Le Mitouard…
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:5

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2016 5:5

  4. 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

  5. There is a concern that continued emissions of man-made per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) may cause environmental and human health effects. Now widespread in human populations and in the environment,...

    Authors: Magnus Land, Cynthia A. de Wit, Anders Bignert, Ian T. Cousins, Dorte Herzke, Jana H. Johansson and Jonathan W. Martin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2018 7:4

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2015 4:3

  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. The loss of carbon (C) from agricultural soils has been, in part, attributed to tillage, a common practice providing a number of benefits to farmers. The promotion of less intensive tillage practices and no ti...

    Authors: Neal R. Haddaway, Katarina Hedlund, Louise E. Jackson, Thomas Kätterer, Emanuele Lugato, Ingrid K. Thomsen, Helene B. Jørgensen and Per-Erik Isberg
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:30

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2016 5:1

  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. In many parts of the world, roadsides are regularly managed for traffic-safety reasons. Hence, there are similarities between roadsides and certain other managed habitats, such as wooded pastures and mown or g...

    Authors: Claes Bernes, James M. Bullock, Simon Jakobsson, Maj Rundlöf, Kris Verheyen and Regina Lindborg
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:24

    The Systematic Map Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2016 5:4

  14. 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
  15. Alien species are frequently considered a serious environmental threat but negative impacts on human health through injury, allergy, or as vectors of disease sometimes have the most dire consequences for human...

    Authors: Helen R. Bayliss, Stefan Schindler, Mildren Adam, Franz Essl and Wolfgang Rabitsch
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:21

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2015 4:10

  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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

    The Systematic Review to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2021 10:23

  19. Evidence reviews are a key mechanism for incorporating extensive, complex and specialised evidence into policy and practice, and in guiding future research. However, evidence reviews vary in scope and methodol...

    Authors: Bethan C. O’Leary, Paul Woodcock, Michel J. Kaiser and Andrew S. Pullin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:19
  20. Roadsides have been acknowledged as potential substitutes for semi-natural grasslands and other open habitats with high biodiversity, many of which are now declining. Current recommendations for roadside manag...

    Authors: Claes Bernes, James M. Bullock, Simon Jakobsson, Kris Verheyen and Regina Lindborg
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:16

    The Systematic Review to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:17

  21. The first international Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) conference took place in August 2016 at the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm with nearly 100 participants from 14 countries....

    Authors: Steven J. Cooke, Sif Johansson, Karolin Andersson, Barbara Livoreil, Gerald Post, Rob Richards, Ruth Stewart and Andrew S. Pullin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:15
  22. Biodiversity loss, due in part to intensification of agriculture, has become a global issue. In this context, fruit producers are looking for nature-friendly production methods. Their aim is to reduce intensiv...

    Authors: Markus van der Meer, Gisela Lüscher, Sonja Kay and Philippe Jeanneret
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:14
  23. Ecosystem changes from altered flows can have multiple impacts on fish, including changes to physical habitat, habitat access, food supplies, behaviour, community composition, energy expenditure, and populatio...

    Authors: Trina Rytwinski, Jessica J. Taylor, Joseph R. Bennett, Karen E. Smokorowski and Steven J. Cooke
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:13

    The Systematic Map to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2020 9:7

  24. Property rights to natural resources comprise a major policy instrument in efforts to advance sustainable resource use and conservation. Debate over the relative effectiveness of different property rights regi...

    Authors: Maria Ojanen, Wen Zhou, Daniel C. Miller, Sue Helen Nieto, Baruani Mshale and Gillian Petrokofsky
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:12

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2014 3:19

  25. People have a stake in conservation and environmental management both for their own interests and the sake of the environment itself. Environmental decision-making has changed somewhat in recent decades to acc...

    Authors: N. R. Haddaway, C. Kohl, N. Rebelo da Silva, J. Schiemann, A. Spök, R. Stewart, J. B. Sweet and R. Wilhelm
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:11
  26. Forests provide an essential resource that support the livelihoods of an estimated 20% of the global population. Forests are thought to serve in three primary roles to support livelihoods: subsistence, safety ...

    Authors: Samantha H. Cheng, Sofia Ahlroth, Stefanie Onder, Priya Shyamsundar, Ruth Garside, Patti Kristjanson, Madeleine C. McKinnon and Daniel C. Miller
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:10

    The Systematic Map to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2019 8:3

  27. Soils are important global carbon pools that are under threat from intensive land use through a variety of agricultural practices. Sustainable management of agricultural soils may have the potential to mitigat...

    Authors: Magnus Land, Neal Robert Haddaway, Katarina Hedlund, Helene Bracht Jørgensen, Thomas Kätterer and Per-Erik Isberg
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:9
  28. This systematic review will address the need for a better understanding of the impacts of fish entrainment and impingement associated with hydroelectric dams on fish productivity in freshwater temperate enviro...

    Authors: Trina Rytwinski, Dirk A. Algera, Jessica J. Taylor, Karen E. Smokorowski, Joseph R. Bennett, Philip M. Harrison and Steven J. Cooke
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:8

    The Systematic Review to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2020 9:3

  29. Authors: Phosiso Sola, Paolo Omar Cerutti, Wen Zhou, Denis Gautier, Miyuki Iiyama, Jolien Schure, Audrey Chenevoy, Jummai Yila, Vanessa Dufe, Robert Nasi, Gillian Petrokofsky and Gill Shepherd
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:7

    The original article was published in Environmental Evidence 2017 6:4

  30. Mesocosm experiments have become increasingly popular in climate change research as they bridge the gap between small-scale, less realistic, microcosm experiments, and large-scale, more complex, natural system...

    Authors: Tamar Guy-Haim, Harriet Alexander, Tom W. Bell, Raven L. Bier, Lauren E. Bortolotti, Christian Briseño-Avena, Xiaoli Dong, Alison M. Flanagan, Julia Grosse, Lars Grossmann, Sarah Hasnain, Rachel Hovel, Cora A. Johnston, Dan R. Miller, Mario Muscarella, Akana E. Noto…
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:6
  31. Habitat is the foundation for healthy and productive fisheries. For substrate spawning fish, lack of appropriate spawning substrate is inherently limiting and a lack of access to suitable spawning habitat will...

    Authors: Jessica J. Taylor, Trina Rytwinski, Joseph R. Bennett, Karen E. Smokorowski and Steven J. Cooke
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:5

    The Systematic Review to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2019 8:19

  32. In Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), the production and use of woodfuel remains an important socio-economic activity with more than 70% of the population relying on woodfuel as their primary household energy source. ...

    Authors: Phosiso Sola, Paolo Omar Cerutti, Wen Zhou, Denis Gautier, Miyuki Iiyama, Jolien Schure, Audrey Chenevoy, Jummai Yila, Vanessa Dufe, Robert Nasi, Gillian Petrokofsky and Gill Shepherd
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:4

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2017 6:7

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2015 4:12

  33. Agricultural intensification has increased diffuse source pollution within water catchments, reduced heterogeneity within the landscape and caused major declines in farmland wildlife, including birds, mammals,...

    Authors: Claire J. Blowers, Heidi M. Cunningham, Andrew Wilcox and Nicola P. Randall
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:3

    The Systematic Map to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:2

  34. There is increasing awareness of the importance of gender in natural resource management. Especially for communities dependent upon forests for their livelihoods, gender roles and relations can affect access t...

    Authors: Linley Chiwona-Karltun, Ngolia Kimanzu, Jessica Clendenning, Johanna Bergman Lodin, Chad Ellingson, Gun Lidestav, David Mkwambisi, Esther Mwangi, Isilda Nhantumbo, Caroline Ochieng, Gillian Petrokofsky and Murat Sartas
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2017 6:2
  35. Lepidopteran and coleopteran species are the most important pests in maize. They can be controlled using genetically modified (GM) crops expressing insecticidal Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) proteins. The long-term...

    Authors: Kai U. Priesnitz, Anja Vaasen and Achim Gathmann
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:27

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2014 3:12

  36. An increasing number of conservation interventions aim to reduce their negative impacts on vulnerable people and to provide incentives aimed at improving overall human well-being. Community and incentive based...

    Authors: Glenn Althor, Madeleine McKinnon, Samantha H. Cheng, Carissa Klein and James Watson
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:26
  37. Increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases (GHG) in the atmosphere and its impact on the climate are a pressing concern for governments around the world. Reducing GHG emissions by changing the energy produc...

    Authors: Eleni Papathanasopoulou, Ana M. Queirós, Nicola Beaumont, Tara Hooper and Joana Nunes
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:25

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2014 3:26

  38. Forests set aside from productive forestry are often considered best conserved by non-intervention. However, biodiversity is often maintained in natural forests by a background level of disturbance, which, in ...

    Authors: Jacqualyn Eales, Neal R. Haddaway, Claes Bernes, Steven J. Cooke, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson, Jari Kouki and Gill Petrokofsky
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:24

    The Systematic Review to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:19

  39. Lyme disease (LD) is the most commonly reported, broadly distributed vector-borne disease of the northern temperate zone. It is transmitted by ticks and, if untreated, can cause skin, cardiac, nervous system a...

    Authors: Jo Middleton, Ian Cooper and Anja S. Rott
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:23
  40. Neonicotinoid insecticides (NNIs) have been routinely used in arable crop protection since their development in the early 1990s. These insecticides have been subject to the same registration procedures as othe...

    Authors: Katy L. James, Nicola P. Randall, Keith F. A. Walters, Neal R. Haddaway and Magnus Land
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:22
  41. Livestock grazing and ‘overabundance’ of large wild herbivores in forested areas have long been perceived as conflicting with the aims of both silviculture and forest conservation; however, certain kinds of he...

    Authors: Claes Bernes, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson, Kaisa Junninen, Asko Lõhmus, Ellen Macdonald, Jörg Müller and Jennie Sandström
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:17

    The Systematic Review to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:13

  42. Farming on sloping lands has historically led to forest loss and degradation in China, which coupled with unsustainable timber extraction activities, was deemed responsible for catastrophic flooding events in ...

    Authors: Lucas Gutiérrez Rodríguez, Nicholas J. Hogarth, Wen Zhou, Chen Xie, Kun Zhang and Louis Putzel
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:21

    The Systematic Review Protocol to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2015 4:6

  43. Systematic reviews and systematic maps aim to provide an overview of the best available evidence to inform research, policy and practice. However, like any form of review, they will require updating periodical...

    Authors: Helen R. Bayliss, Neal R. Haddaway, Jacqualyn Eales, Geoff K. Frampton and Katy L. James
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:20
  44. Biodiversity management requires effective decision making at various stages. However decision making in the real world is complex, driven by multiple factors and involves a range of stakeholders. Understandin...

    Authors: Nibedita Mukherjee, Lynn V. Dicks, Gorm E. Shackelford, Bhaskar Vira and William J. Sutherland
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:19
  45. Agriculture and agricultural intensification can have significant negative impacts on the environment, including nutrient and pesticide leaching, spreading of pathogens, soil erosion and reduction of ecosystem...

    Authors: Neal Robert Haddaway, Colin Brown, Sönke Eggers, Jonas Josefsson, Brian Kronvang, Nicola Randall and Jaana Uusi-Kämppä
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:18

    The Systematic Map to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:14

  46. Systematic conservation planning involves the prioritisation of conservation actions to optimise biodiversity conservation outcomes whilst considering implementation challenges such as minimising costs. Thousa...

    Authors: Emma J. McIntosh, Madeleine C. McKinnon, Robert L. Pressey and Richard Grenyer
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:15

    The Systematic Map to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:22

  47. Mesophotic coral ecosystems (MCEs) are tropical and sub-tropical reefs between 30 m and potentially >150 m depth, the maximum for photosynthetic hard corals. The definition’s upper boundary is ecologically arb...

    Authors: Jack H. Laverick, Dominic A. Andradi-Brown, Dan A. Exton, Pim Bongaerts, Tom C. L. Bridge, Michael P. Lesser, Richard L. Pyle, Marc Slattery, Daniel Wagner and Alex D. Rogers
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2016 5:16

    The Systematic Review to this article has been published in Environmental Evidence 2018 7:15

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