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Negative human–wildlife interactions do not only have adverse effects on rural livelihoods but also lead to negative attitudes toward wildlife conservation. This research uses primary data collected from 221 randomly selected households in the Okavango Delta to analyze their perceptions on...
The persistence of coat color polymorphisms—such as the coexistence of melanistic and “wild-type” coat color—is an ongoing evolutionary puzzle. We tested the predictions of Gloger’s rule and the Temporal Segregation hypothesis that propose that melanistic individuals will (a) occur more...
Soil respiration represents the largest carbon (C) flux from terrestrial ecosystems to the atmosphere. We created a study site in tropical lowland rainforest and used static chamber method to measure the temporal variations of soil respiration and their relationship with environmental factors at...
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