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Fire plays an integral role in shaping the vegetation structure of savanna ecosystems. However, the effects of fire regime characteristics, such as frequency and season of burn, on savanna vegetation structure, biomass and tree abundance across landscape types are largely unknown.
The conversion of biodiversity‐rich woodland to farmland and subsequent management has strong, often negative, impacts on biodiversity. In tropical smallholder agricultural landscapes, the impacts of agriculture on insect communities, both through habitat change and subsequent farmland...
Soil invertebrate communities represent a significant fraction of global biodiversity and play crucial roles in ecosystems. A number of human activities threaten soil communities, in particular intensive agricultural practices such as pesticide use. However, there is currently no quantitative...
Ecosystem restoration is becoming a widely recognised solution to the biodiversity crisis. However, there is still a gap between restoration science and practice. Specifically, we lack a theoretical framework that would improve our understanding of ecosystems' recovery and allow us to optimise...
Soil microorganisms play a crucial role in ecosystem processes and functions, but how their co‐occurrence networks respond to restoration of degraded ecosystems remains poorly understood.
Here, we examined the effects of revegetation on the structure and function of the soil microbiome,...
Many pathogens can infect several host species, which complicates the management of wildlife diseases. Even for generalist pathogens, hosts are not equally competent, and variable niche overlap between hosts leads to different exposure levels within hosts when compared with that between hosts....
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