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Island biodiversity conservation needs palaeoecology

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The discovery and colonization of islands by humans has invariably resulted in their widespread ecological transformation. The small and isolated populations of many island taxa, and their evolution in the absence of humans and their introduced taxa, mean that they are particularly vulnerable to human activities. Consequently, even the most degraded islands are a focus for restoration, eradication, and monitoring programmes to protect the remaining endemic and/or relict populations. Here, we ...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed
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Accepted Manuscript

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10.1038/s41559-017-0181

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Zoology
de Nascimento, L More by this author
Wilmshurst, JM More by this author
de Boer, EJ More by this author
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Springer Nature Publisher's website
Journal:
Nature Ecology and Evolution Journal website
Volume:
1
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Article: 0181
Publication date:
2017-06-22
Acceptance date:
2017-05-05
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2397-334X
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pubs:724148
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uri:f94d12af-8878-4ace-8160-77e627f29327
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uuid:f94d12af-8878-4ace-8160-77e627f29327
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pubs:724148

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