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Browsing by Subject "extinción"

Browsing by Subject "extinción"

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  • Lips, Karen R.; Brem, Forrest; Brenes, Roberto; Reve, John D.; Alford, Ross A.; Voyles, Jamie; Carey, Cynthia; Livo, Lauren; Pessier, Allan P.; Collins, James P. (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2006-02)
    Pathogens rarely cause extinctions of host species, and there are few examples of a pathogen changing species richness and diversity of an ecological community by causing local extinctions across a wide range of species. ...
  • Blaustein, Andrew R.; Dobson, Andy (Nature, 2006-01-12)
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  • Jackson, Jeremy B.C.; Kirby, Michael X.; Berger, Wolfgang H.; Bjorndal, Karen A.; Botsford, Louis W.; Bourque, Bruce J.; Bradbury, Roger H.; Cooke, Richard; Erlandson, Jon; Estes, James A.; Hughes, Terence P.; Kidwell, Susan; Lange, Carina B.; Lenihan, Hunter S.; Pandolfi, John M.; Peterson, Charles H.; Steneck, Robert S.; Tegner, Mia J.; Warner, Robert R. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2001-07-27)
    Ecological extinction caused by overfishing precedes all other pervasive human disturbance to coastal ecosystems, including pollution, degradation of water quality, and anthropogenic climate change. Historical abundances ...
  • Kierulff, Maria Cecilia M.; Gatto, Cassiano A. Ferreira; Guidorizzi, Carlos E.; Peres, Carlos A.; Canale, Gustavo R. (PLOS one, 2012)
    Tropical deforestation and forest fragmentation are among the most important biodiversity conservation issues worldwide, yet local extinctions of millions of animal and plant populations stranded in unprotected forest ...

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