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Urban habitats are characterized by a number of unique environmental variables, including modified vegetative structure, fragmentation, small patch size, invasive species, and higher levels of anthropogenic noise. Many songbird species are found less frequently...

["Animal Behavior","Biodiversity","Ecology","Coupled Natural and Human Systems"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.2387v1
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Mediterranean biomes are biodiversity hotspots and also have been historically related to wine production. During the last decades, land occupied by vineyards has increased considerably threatening these Mediterranean ecosystems. Land use change and agricultural...

["Agricultural Science","Biodiversity","Ecology","Coupled Natural and Human Systems"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1661v1
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One of the possible consequences of biological invasions is the decrease of native species abundances or their replacement by non-native species. In Andean Patagonia, southern Argentina and Chile, many non-native animals have been introduced and are currently spreading....

["Biodiversity","Conservation Biology","Ecology","Coupled Natural and Human Systems"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1415v1
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Pristine conditions in transitional water ecosystems are characterized by the dominance of aquatic angiosperms. Aquatic plants consolidate bottoms, prevent erosion, support benthic and fish communities as nursery and food areas, and favour the bird presence. Hence,...

["Biodiversity","Ecosystem Science","Coupled Natural and Human Systems"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1124v1
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Agricultural intensification is implicated as a major driver of global biodiversity loss. Local management and landscape scale factors both influence biodiversity in agricultural systems, but there are relatively few studies to date looking at how local and landscape...

["Agricultural Science","Biodiversity","Ecology","Coupled Natural and Human Systems"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.151v1
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