Journal Information
Issue
Vol. 13. Issue 1.
Pages 1-94 (January - June 2015)
Editorial
Water shortage: a glimpse into the future
Rafael Loyola, Luis Mauricio Bini
Nat Con. 2015;13:1-2
Open access
Essays and perspectives
Synthesis of the first 10 years of long-term ecological research in Amazonian Forest ecosystem – implications for conservation and management
Fernanda V. Costa, Flávia R.C. Costa, William E. Magnusson, Elizabeth Franklin, Jansen Zuanon, Renato Cintra, Flávio Luizão, José Luís C. Camargo, Ana Andrade, William F. Laurance, Fabricio Baccaro, Jorge Luiz Pereira Souza, Helder Espírito-Santo
Nat Con. 2015;13:3-14
Open access
Research letters
Solving problems involving the distribution of a species of unknown distribution via ecological niche modeling
Juliana Hipólito, Érica Hasui, Blandina F. Viana
Nat Con. 2015;13:15-23
Open access
Ring out the bells, we are being invaded! Niche conservatism in exotic populations of the Yellow Bells, Tecoma stans (Bignoniaceae)
Frederico Valtuille Faleiro, Daniel Paiva Silva, Rodrigo Assis de Carvalho, Tiina Särkinen, Paulo De Marco
Nat Con. 2015;13:24-9
Open access
Federal protected areas management strategies in Brazil: sustainable financing, staffing, and local development
Rafael Morais Chiaravalloti, Caroline Delelis, Cristina Tofoli, Claudio Valladares Padua, Katia Torres Ribeiro, Gilceli Alves Menezes
Nat Con. 2015;13:30-4
Open access
Habitat loss and the effectiveness of protected areas in the Cerrado Biodiversity Hotspot
Renata D. Françoso, Reuber Brandão, Cristiano C. Nogueira, Yuri B. Salmona, Ricardo Bomfim Machado, Guarino R. Colli
Nat Con. 2015;13:35-40
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Animal-dispersed pioneer trees enhance the early regeneration in Atlantic Forest restoration plantations
Ricardo Augusto Gorne Viani, Natassia Bonini Vidas, Mariana Meireles Pardi, Diana Carolina Vásquez Castro, Eduardo Gusson, Pedro H.S. Brancalion
Nat Con. 2015;13:41-6
Open access
Where matrix quality most matters? Using connectivity models to assess effectiveness of matrix conversion in the Atlantic Forest
Fernando F. Goulart, Frederico S.C. Takahashi, Marcos Rodrigues, Ricardo B. Machado, Britaldo Soares-Filho
Nat Con. 2015;13:47-53
Open access
Connectivity dynamics of Araucaria forest and grassland surrounding Passo Fundo National Forest, southern Brazil
Eliziane Carla Scariot, Dayana Almeida, José Eduardo dos Santos
Nat Con. 2015;13:54-9
Open access
Drift fences in traps: theoretical evidence of effectiveness of the two most common arrays applied to terrestrial tetrapods
Daniel Mincauscaste Mendes, Rafael de Freitas Leão, Luís Felipe Toledo
Nat Con. 2015;13:60-6
Open access
Rarity status of endemic and vulnerable fish species in a Brazilian Atlantic Forest protected area
Fernanda A. Teshima, Fábio C. Ferreira, Mauricio Cetra
Nat Con. 2015;13:67-73
Open access
The likely effects of river impoundment on beta-diversity of a floodplain zooplankton metacommunity
Carlos Eduardo A. Soares, Luiz Felipe M. Velho, Fábio A. Lansac-Tôha, Claudia C. Bonecker, Victor L. Landeiro, Luis Mauricio Bini
Nat Con. 2015;13:74-9
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Policy forums
Water collapse in Brazil: the danger of relying on what you neglect
Ricardo Dobrovolski, Ludmila Rattis
Nat Con. 2015;13:80-3
Open access
Current distribution of invasive feral pigs in Brazil: economic impacts and ecological uncertainty
Felipe Pedrosa, Rafael Salerno, Fabio Vinicius Borges Padilha, Mauro Galetti
Nat Con. 2015;13:84-7
Open access
Tropical botanical gardens play an under-emphasized role in animal conservation
Yntze van der Hoek
Nat Con. 2015;13:88-92
Open access
Erratum
Erratum to “Assessment of genome damage in bird and mammal species as a tool for improvements in ex-situ conservation at zoos” [Natureza & Conservação 11(1):59–64, July 2013]
Mônica Lúcia Adam, Rodrigo Augusto Torres, Marina Kiska, Fernanda Ferraz Oliveira, Oneida Lacerda, Graziela Sponchiado, Cíntia Mara Ribas de Oliveira, Maria Tereza dos Santos Correia
Nat Con. 2015;13:93
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Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation

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