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2019 3.156
2018 2.474
2017 2.144
2016 2.292
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2020 5.2
2019 4.3
2018 4.3
2017 3.8
2016 3.6
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SJR for Basic and Applied Ecology from 2016 - 2020
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2020 1.372
2019 1.187
2018 1.195
2017 1.108
2016 1.159
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2020 1.116
2019 0.958
2018 1.169
2017 0.792
2016 0.892
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  • SJR of this journal has increased by 16% in last years.
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Basic and Applied Ecology publishes minireviews and original contributions from all areas of basic and applied ecology. Ecologists from all countries are invited to publish ecological research of international interest in its pages. There is no bias with regard to taxon or geo...... Read More

Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics

Agricultural and Biological Sciences

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G. E. Blonder, M. Tinkham, T. M. Klapwijk, Transition from metallic to tunneling regimes in superconducting microconstrictions: Excess current, charge imbalance, and supercurrent conversion, Phys. Rev. B 25 (7) (1982) 4515–4532. URL 10.1103/PhysRevB.25.4515

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Journal Article DOI: 10.1016/J.BAAE.2009.12.001
Persistent negative effects of pesticides on biodiversity and biological control potential on European farmland

Abstract:

During thelast50years,agriculturalintensificationhascaused manywildplantandanimalspeciestogoextinctregionally or nationallyandhasprofoundlychangedthefunctioningofagro-ecosystems.Agricultural intensificationhasmany components, suchaslossoflandscapeelements,enlargedfarmand fieldsizesandlargerinputsoffertilizerandpesticides. How... During thelast50years,agriculturalintensificationhascaused manywildplantandanimalspeciestogoextinctregionally or nationallyandhasprofoundlychangedthefunctioningofagro-ecosystems.Agricultural intensificationhasmany components, suchaslossoflandscapeelements,enlargedfarmand fieldsizesandlargerinputsoffertilizerandpesticides. However, verylittleisknownabouttherelative contributionofthesevariablesto thelarge-scalenegativeeffectson biodiversity. Inthisstudy,wedisentangled theimpactsofvariouscomponentsofagriculturalintensificationonspecies diversity ofwildplants,carabidsandground-nestingfarmlandbirdsandonthebiologicalcontrolofaphids. In aEurope-widestudyineightWestandEastEuropeancountries,wefoundimportantnegativeeffectsof agriculturalintensificationonwildplant,carabidandbirdspeciesdiversityandonthepotentialforbiologicalpest control,asestimatedfromthenumberofaphidstakenbypredators.Ofthe13componentsofintensificationwe measured,useofinsecticidesandfungicideshadconsistentnegativeeffectsonbiodiversity.Insecticidesalsoreduced the biologicalcontrolpotential.Organicfarmingandotheragri-environmentschemesaimingtomitigatethenegative effectsofintensivefarmingonbiodiversitydidincreasethediversityofwildplantandcarabidspecies,but–contrary to ourexpectations–notthediversityofbreedingbirds. We concludethatdespitedecadesofEuropeanpolicytobanharmfulpesticides,thenegativeeffectsofpesticideson wild plantandanimalspeciespersist,atthesametimereducingtheopportunitiesforbiologicalpestcontrol.If biodiversityistoberestoredinEuropeandopportunitiesaretobecreatedforcropproductionutilizingbiodiversity- based ecosystemservicessuchasbiologicalpestcontrol,theremustbeaEurope-wideshifttowardsfarmingwith minimaluseofpesticidesoverlargeareas. read more read less

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Biodiversity (54%)54% related to the paper
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Journal Article DOI: 10.1078/1439-1791-00185
Species indicator values as an important tool in applied plant ecology – a review
Martin Diekmann1

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Species indicator values, especially those defined by Ellenberg, have been used widely in applied plant ecology, forestry and agriculture. In spite of being criticised by many, there is a growing interest in using them also outside central Europe in order to analyse trends of change in the vegetation and their underlying envi... Species indicator values, especially those defined by Ellenberg, have been used widely in applied plant ecology, forestry and agriculture. In spite of being criticised by many, there is a growing interest in using them also outside central Europe in order to analyse trends of change in the vegetation and their underlying environmental variables. Various aspects of indicator values are reviewed: their main features, the most important applications (notably the use of weighted site averages), problems and pitfalls of indicator analyses, the relationship between weighted site averages and measurements as well as their extension to other regions. Some aspects are illustrated using data sets of forest plots from S Sweden. Provided that the limitations of indicator values are recognised, these have a high reliability and can complement or, in some cases, replace measurements to determine the values of environmental variables and to monitor their change. Zeigerwerte, besonders die von Ellenberg vorgeschlagenen Zahlen, haben in der Pflanzenokologie, Forst- und Landwirtschaft eine breite Verwendung gefunden. Obwohl viele Wissenschaftler Zeigerwerten kritisch gegenuberstehen, werden sie in zunehmendem Mase auch auserhalb Mitteleuropas benutzt, um Veranderungen der Vegetation und der sie bedingenden Umweltfaktoren zu analysieren. Verschiedene Aspekte von Zeigerwerten werden erortert: ihre wichtigsten Merkmale und Anwendungen (insbesondere die Verwendung mittlerer Zeigerwerte), Probleme und Fehlerquellen, die Beziehung zwischen mittleren Zeigerwerten und Messwerten sowie die Uberprufung und Kalibrierung in Regionen auserhalb Mitteleuropas. Einige dieser Aspekte werden anhand von Datensatzen von Waldern Sud-Schwedens illustriert. Zeigerwerte haben, wenn ihre Begrenzungen berucksichtigt werden, eine hohe Zuverlassigkeit und konnen im Hinblick auf das Monitoring von Umweltveranderungen Messungen erganzen oder in manchen Fallen sogar ersetzen. read more read less
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Journal Article DOI: 10.1016/J.BAAE.2010.07.009
Implementing large-scale and long-term functional biodiversity research: The Biodiversity Exploratories

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Functional biodiversity research explores drivers and functional consequences of biodiversity changes. Land use change is a major driver of changes of biodiversity and of biogeochemical and biological ecosystem processes and services. However, land use effects on genetic and species diversity are well documented only for a fe... Functional biodiversity research explores drivers and functional consequences of biodiversity changes. Land use change is a major driver of changes of biodiversity and of biogeochemical and biological ecosystem processes and services. However, land use effects on genetic and species diversity are well documented only for a few taxa and trophic networks. We hardly know how different components of biodiversity and their responses to land use change are interrelated and very little about the simultaneous, and interacting, effects of land use on multiple ecosystem processes and services. Moreover, we do not know to what extent land use effects on ecosystem processes and services are mediated by biodiversity change. Thus, overall goals are on the one hand to understand the effects of land use on biodiversity, and on the other to understand the modifying role of biodiversity change for land-use effects on ecosystem processes, including biogeochemical cycles. To comprehensively address these important questions, we recently established a new large-scale and long-term project for functional biodiversity, the Biodiversity Exploratories ( www.biodiversity-exploratories.de ). They comprise a hierarchical set of standardized field plots in three different regions of Germany covering manifold management types and intensities in grasslands and forests. They serve as a joint research platform for currently 40 projects involving over 300 people studying various aspects of the relationships between land use, biodiversity and ecosystem processes through monitoring, comparative observation and experiments. We introduce guiding questions, concept and design of the Biodiversity Exploratories – including main aspects of selection and implementation of field plots and project structure – and we discuss the significance of this approach for further functional biodiversity research. This includes the crucial relevance of a common study design encompassing variation in both drivers and outcomes of biodiversity change and ecosystem processes, the interdisciplinary integration of biodiversity and ecosystem researchers, the training of a new generation of integrative biodiversity researchers, and the stimulation of functional biodiversity research in real landscape contexts, in Germany and elsewhere. read more read less

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Aquatic biodiversity research (69%)69% related to the paper, Measurement of biodiversity (68%)68% related to the paper, Ecosystem services (61%)61% related to the paper, Land use, land-use change and forestry (58%)58% related to the paper, Biodiversity (56%)56% related to the paper
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Journal Article DOI: 10.1078/1439-1791-00216
The role of biodiversity for element cycling and trophic interactions: an experimental approach in a grassland community

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The focus of a new experiment, set up in Jena in spring 2002, are the effects of biodiversity on element cycles and the interaction of plant diversity with herbivores and soil fauna The experimental design explicitly addresses criticisms provoked by previous biodiversity experiments In particular, the choice of functional gro... The focus of a new experiment, set up in Jena in spring 2002, are the effects of biodiversity on element cycles and the interaction of plant diversity with herbivores and soil fauna The experimental design explicitly addresses criticisms provoked by previous biodiversity experiments In particular, the choice of functional groups, the statistical separation of sampling versus complementarity effects, and testing for the effects of particular functional groups differ from previous experiments Based on a species pool of 60 plant species common to the Central European Arrhenatherion grasslands, mixtures of one to 16 (60) species and of one to four plant functional groups were established on 90 plots (20 m × 20 m) with nested experiments In order to test specific hypotheses 390 additional small-area plots (35 m × 35 m) were set-up Exact replicates of all species mixtures serve to assess the variability in ecosystem responses In a dominance experiment, the effects of interactions among nine selected highly productive species are studied Each species is grown as monoculture replicated once Effekte der Biodiversitat auf Elementkreislaufe und Wechselwirkungen der pflanzlichen Artenvielfalt mit Bodenfauna und Herbivoren stehen im Mitttelpunkt eines neuen Experiments, das im Fruhjahr 2002 in Jena eingerichtet wurde Das Versuchsdesign berucksichtigt ausdrucklich die Kritik, die an den Aufbau fruherer Biodiversitatsversuche gerichtet wurde Die Auswahl funktioneller Gruppen von Pflanzenarten, die statistischen Moglichkeiten, die Effekte des “Sampling” gegen Komplementaritat zu trennen sowie den Einflus funktioneller Gruppen zu uberprufen, unterscheiden dieses Experiment von fruheren Versuchen Sechzig typische Pflanzenarten der zentraleuropaischen Frischwiesen (Arrhenatherion) bilden den Artenpool fur den Versuch Auf 90 Flachen wurden Artenmischungen etabliert, die 1 bis 16 (60) Arten und 1 bis 4 funktionelle Gruppen dieser Pflanzenarten enthalten Die Versuchsparzellen haben eine Grose von 20 m × 20 m, auf denen in genesteter Anordnung verschiedene Teilexperimente durchgefuhrt werden Zusatzlich wurden 390 kleine Parzellen (35 m × 35 m) angelegt, um spezifische Hypothesen zu uberprufen Alle Arten werden hier mit je einer Wiederholung als Monokulturen kultiviert Identische Wiederholungen aller Artenmischungen sollen deren Variabilitat untersuchen In einem Dominanz-Versuch werden die Effekte der Wechselwirkungen zwischen 9 ausgewahlten hochproduktiven Arten untersucht read more read less
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Journal Article DOI: 10.1078/1439-1791-00122
Multi-function agricultural biodiversity: pest management and other benefits
Geoff M. Gurr1, Stephen D. Wratten2, John Luna3

Abstract:

This paper reviews two aspects of agricultural biodiversity. 1. The ways in which agricultural biodiversity may be increased to favour pest management are examined. At the simplest level, the structure within a monoculture may be altered by changing management practices to benefit natural enemies. At the other extreme, annual... This paper reviews two aspects of agricultural biodiversity. 1. The ways in which agricultural biodiversity may be increased to favour pest management are examined. At the simplest level, the structure within a monoculture may be altered by changing management practices to benefit natural enemies. At the other extreme, annual and perennial non-crop vegetation may be integrated with cropping, and biodiversity increased at the landscape level. 2. The existence of a hierarchy for the types of benefits of increased biodiversity is discussed. Vegetational diversity can lead to suppression of pests via ‘top-down’ enhancement of natural enemy populations and by resource concentration and other ‘bottom-up’ effects acting directly on pests. Whilst such low-input pest management mechanisms are attractive in their own right, other (non-pest management related) benefits may simultaneously apply. These range from short-term benefits in crop yield or quality, longer term benefits for sustainability of the farming system and, ultimately, broad societal benefits including aesthetics, recreation and the conservation of flora and fauna. Examples are given of such multi-function agricultural biodiversity. Diese Arbeit betrachtet zwei Aspekte landwirtschaftlicher Biodiversitat. 1. Die Moglichkeiten, landwirtschaftliche Biodiversitat zur Unterstutzung eines Schadlingsmanagements zu erhohen, werden untersucht. Im einfachsten Fall kann die Struktur innerhalb einer Monokultur durch veranderte Managementpraktiken geandert werden, so dass naturliche Gegenspieler davon profitieren. Im anderen Extrem konnen einjahrige und mehrjahrige Nichtnutzpflanzen in die Kultur integriert werden und die Biodiversitat steigt auf Landschaftsebene an. 2. Das Vorhandensein einer Hierarchie der verschiedenen Typen von Vorteilen einer erhohten Biodiversitat wird diskutiert. Pflanzliche Diversitat kann durch top-down Forderung von Populationen naturlicher Gegenspieler, durch Ressourcenkonzentration und durch andere bottom-up Effekte, die direkt auf Schadlinge einwirken, zu einer Unterdruckung von Schadlingen fuhren. Wahrend solche low-input Mechanismen des Schadlingsmanagements durch sich selbst attraktiv sind, ergeben sich gleichzeitig auch andere Vorteile, die nicht mit dem Schadlingsmanagement zusammenhangen. Diese reichen von kurzfristigen Vorteilen bei Ertrag oder Qualitat der Nutzpflanzen uber mittelfristige Vorteile bei der Nachhaltigkeit des Bewirtschaftungssystems bis hin zu breiten, gesellschaftlichen Vorteilen, welche asthetische Aspekte, Erholung und Schutz von Flora und Fauna einbeziehen. Beispiele fur solche multifunktionelle landwirtschaftliche Biodiversitat werden vorgestellt. read more read less
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