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Effective conservation of saltmarshes involves detailed and accurate mapping of their range, area of occupancy and plant community composition as part of region‐wide inventories. There is also a need to identify the major mesoscale influences on the distributions of types of saltmarsh, obligate...
The tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) is a common widespread coastal–pelagic shark species whose population genetic structure has only recently been the object of genetic studies.
In this study, the tiger's shark mitochondrial DNA control region was sequenced for a sample of 172 individuals from...
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The catchments of the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) in Australia include more than one million ha of wetlands, which help to sustain the health and resilience of the reef.
This article reviews the status, values, and threats of wetlands in the GBR catchments, as well as the management, protection,...
An ecologically representative, well‐connected, and effectively managed system of marine protected areas (MPAs) has positive ecological and environmental effects as well as social and economic benefits. Although progress in expanding the coverage of MPAs has been made, the application of...
Glossy, broad‐leaved, evergreen (lucidophyllous) forests are found mainly in humid subtropical regions of East Asia and are recognized as a biodiverse biome harbouring numerous endemic species. To date, however, few studies have considered the conservation importance of rivers draining these...
Information gaps from uninvestigated habitats can hinder population assessments and the efficacy of conservation actions for marine mammals, particularly for populations of widely distributed species. The full extent of occurrence of the world's largest (putative) population of Indo‐Pacific...
The successful conservation of marine mammals is often dependent upon support from local fishing communities, and valuable conservation insights can be obtained through understanding fishers’ attitudes and awareness of marine mammals.
A new local ecological knowledge dataset was obtained...
Over the last three decades, emerging infectious diseases have resulted in large mortalities in wild populations.
Different strains of Morbillivirus have infected cetaceans all over the world and caused at least seven epizootics since the 1980s, but few data exist on their effect at the...
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