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David Wilcove
David Wilcove
Professor of Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Public Affairs, Princeton University
E-mail megerősítve itt: princeton.edu - Kezdőlap
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Quantifying Threats to Imperiled Species in the United States Assessing the relative importance of habitat destruction, alien species, pollution, overexploitation, and disease
DS Wilcove, D Rothstein, J Dubow, A Phillips, E Losos
BioScience 48 (8), 607-615, 1998
44881998
Habitat fragmentation in the temperatezone
DS Wilcove
Conservation biology, 237-256, 1986
18131986
Nest predation in forest tracts and the decline of migratory songbirds
DS Wilcove
Ecology 66 (4), 1211-1214, 1985
15871985
Is oil palm agriculture really destroying tropical biodiversity?
LP Koh, DS Wilcove
Conservation letters 1 (2), 60-64, 2008
15162008
Projected impacts of climate and land-use change on the global diversity of birds
W Jetz, DS Wilcove, AP Dobson
PLoS biology 5 (6), e157, 2007
12922007
Geographic distribution of endangered species in the United States
AP Dobson, JP Rodriguez, WM Roberts, DS Wilcove
Science 275 (5299), 550-553, 1997
9051997
Going, going, gone: is animal migration disappearing
DS Wilcove, M Wikelski
PLoS biology 6 (7), e188, 2008
7692008
Predicting plant invasions in an era of global change
BA Bradley, DM Blumenthal, DS Wilcove, LH Ziska
Trends in ecology & evolution 25 (5), 310-318, 2010
7442010
Reliable, verifiable and efficient monitoring of biodiversity via metabarcoding
Y Ji, L Ashton, SM Pedley, DP Edwards, Y Tang, A Nakamura, R Kitching, ...
Ecology letters 16 (10), 1245-1257, 2013
6772013
Navjot's nightmare revisited: logging, agriculture, and biodiversity in Southeast Asia
DS Wilcove, X Giam, DP Edwards, B Fisher, LP Koh
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (9), 531-540, 2013
5362013
Addressing the threats to biodiversity from oil-palm agriculture
DS Wilcove, LP Koh
Biodiversity and conservation 19, 999-1007, 2010
5162010
Degraded lands worth protecting: the biological importance of Southeast Asia's repeatedly logged forests
DP Edwards, TH Larsen, TDS Docherty, FA Ansell, WW Hsu, MA Derhé, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1702), 82-90, 2011
4552011
Cashing in palm oil for conservation
LP Koh, DS Wilcove
Nature 448 (7157), 993-994, 2007
4032007
Can we defy nature's end?
SL Pimm, M Ayres, A Balmford, G Branch, K Brandon, T Brooks, ...
Science 293 (5538), 2207-2208, 2001
3882001
The Princeton guide to ecology
SA Levin, SR Carpenter, HCJ Godfray, AP Kinzig, M Loreau, JB Losos, ...
Princeton University Press, 2009
3682009
Persistence of large mammal faunas as indicators of global human impacts
JC Morrison, W Sechrest, E Dinerstein, DS Wilcove, JF Lamoreux
Journal of Mammalogy 88 (6), 1363-1380, 2007
3682007
Climate change increases risk of plant invasion in the Eastern United States
BA Bradley, DS Wilcove, M Oppenheimer
Biological Invasions 12, 1855-1872, 2010
3582010
Climate change and plant invasions: restoration opportunities ahead?
BA Bradley, M Oppenheimer, DS Wilcove
Global Change Biology 15 (6), 1511-1521, 2009
3452009
Simple rules guide dragonfly migration
M Wikelski, D Moskowitz, JS Adelman, J Cochran, DS Wilcove, ML May
Biology letters 2 (3), 325-329, 2006
3212006
Wildlife‐friendly oil palm plantations fail to protect biodiversity effectively
DP Edwards, JA Hodgson, KC Hamer, SL Mitchell, AH Ahmad, SJ Cornell, ...
Conservation Letters 3 (4), 236-242, 2010
3202010
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