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Although the southeastern U.S.A. contains a high diversity of species and habitats, this region is also experiencing rapid human development. Humans are modifying ecosystems in complex ways, and these changes often result in shifts in biodiversity. Therefore, examining habitat use in...
Sikkim is the second smallest state in India. It has a human population of approximately 619,000 and covers a mountain-locked area of 7,096 km2. Recognised as a biodiversity ‘Hot Spot’ of global significance, it is situated within the Eastern Himalaya Biodiversity Hotspot and is rich in affluent...
Kythrean Sage (Salvia veneris), an endemic plant species to Northern Cyprus, is the central focus of this study. According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List category, S. veneris is a ‘critically endangered’ plant species with a narrow distribution area of...
The habitat usage was investigated of the aquatic frog species Glandirana rugosa within the paddy fields of the Shonan Region, Honshu Island, Japan. Firstly, we determined that G. rugosa inhabits various types of cultivated paddy fields over a broad spatial scale. Out of the 12 environmental...
This paper addresses the perception of human-wildlife conflict from residents, located in the Old Oyo National Park (OONP), in the south-western part of Nigeria. Four communities living within and beyond the boundaries of the park were selected for this study, with questionnaires distributed...
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