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Mechanical control of Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica [Houtt.] Ronse Decraene): Effects of cutting regime on rhizomatous reserves
Parental Care and Sexual Selection in the Bluethroat, Luscinia s. svecica: A Field-experimental Test of the Differential Allocation Hypothesis
Energy Budgets, Growth Rates, and Thermal Constraints: Toward an Integrative Approach to the Study of Life-History Variation
National Wildlife Refuges (NWRs) along the East Coast of the United States protect habitat for a host of wildlife species, while also offering storm surge protection, improving water quality, supporting nurseries for commercially important fish and shellfish, and providing recreation opportunities for coastal communities. Yet in the last century, coastal ecosystems in the eastern U.S. have been severely altered by human development activities as well as sea-level rise and more frequent extreme events related to climate change. These influences threaten the ability of NWRs to protect our nation’s natural resources and to sustain their many beneficial services. Through this project, researchers are collaborating with...
Resource allocation, demography and the radiation of life histories in rough periwinkles (Gastropoda)
Optimal resource allocation between growth and reproduction in clams: Why does indeterminate growth exist?
Parental investment and quality of insurance offspring in an obligate brood-reducing species, the American white pelican