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  1. Biological invasions are among the most severe threats to marine biodiversity. The impacts of introduced seaweeds on native macroalgal assemblages have been thoroughly reviewed. In contrast, no attempt has bee...

    Authors: Fabio Bulleri, Rebecca Mant, Lisandro Benedetti-Cecchi, Eva Chatzinikolaou, Tasman Crowe, Jonne Kotta, Devin Lyons, Gil Rilov and Elena Maggi
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2012 1:8
  2. Anthropogenic activities are believed to have caused an increase in the magnitude, frequency, and extent of macroalgal blooms in marine and estuarine environments. These blooms may contribute to declines in se...

    Authors: Devin A Lyons, Rebecca C Mant, Fabio Bulleri, Jonne Kotta, Gil Rilov and Tasman P Crowe
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2012 1:7
  3. Climate change and high rates of global carbon emissions have focussed attention on the need for high-quality monitoring systems to assess how much carbon is present in terrestrial systems and how these change...

    Authors: Gillian Petrokofsky, Hideki Kanamaru, Frédéric Achard, Scott J Goetz, Hans Joosten, Peter Holmgren, Aleksi Lehtonen, Mary CS Menton, Andrew S Pullin and Martin Wattenbach
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2012 1:6
  4. Clear-felling is one of the main methods used in many parts of the world for the production of pulp, timber and bioenergy, leading to a simplified forest structure and species composition. One of the measures ...

    Authors: Katja Fedrowitz and Lena Gustafsson
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2012 1:5
  5. Agriculture is the dominant land use throughout much of Europe. Changes to farming practices have led to concerns about negative impacts on biodiversity, and current agricultural policy has an emphasis towards...

    Authors: Nicola P Randall and Katy L James
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2012 1:4
  6. Predicted increases in stream temperature due to climate change will have a number of direct and indirect impacts on stream biota. A potential intervention for mitigating stream temperature rise is the use of ...

    Authors: Diana E Bowler, Rebecca Mant, Harriet Orr, David M Hannah and Andrew S Pullin
    Citation: Environmental Evidence 2012 1:3

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