Nature Conservation-Bulgaria

Papers
(The TQCC of Nature Conservation-Bulgaria is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Economic effects of climate change on global agricultural production28
Predicting the effects of climate change on future freshwater fish diversity at global scale27
Recreation effects on wildlife: a review of potential quantitative thresholds17
‘Animals under wheels’: Wildlife roadkill data collection by citizen scientists as a part of their nature recording activities13
Snakes and ladders: A review of ball python production in West Africa for the global pet market13
The illegal hunting and exploitation of porcupines for meat and medicine in Indonesia13
A literature-based database of the natural heritage, the ecological status and tourism-related impacts in show caves worldwide12
Community perceptions towards nature conservation in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa10
Do the roadkills of different mammal species respond the same way to habitat and matrix?10
Threats from wildlife trade: The importance of genetic data in safeguarding the endangered Four-eyed Turtle (Sacalia quadriocellata)10
Illegal capture and internal trade of wild Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) in Sri Lanka9
Suitability of contract-based nature conservation in privately-owned forests in Germany9
Assessment of the threat status of the amphibians in Vietnam - Implementation of the One Plan Approach9
Betting the farm: A review of Ball Python and other reptile trade from Togo, West Africa9
Transdisciplinary deficit in large carnivore conservation funding in Europe8
Rapid linear transport infrastructure development in the Carpathians: A major threat to the integrity of ecological connectivity for large carnivores7
Potential for informal guardianship in community-based wildlife crime prevention: Insights from Vietnam7
Speed thrills but kills: A case study on seasonal variation in roadkill mortality on National highway 715 (new) in Kaziranga-Karbi Anglong Landscape, Assam, India7
The contribution to wildlife conservation of an Italian Recovery Centre7
How do red deer react to increased visitor numbers? A case study on human-deer encounter probability and its effect on cortisol stress responses7
Does public information about wolf (Canis lupus) movements decrease wolf attacks on hunting dogs (C. familiaris)?7
An overview of reviews of conservation flagships: evaluating fundraising ability and surrogate power6
Structural diversity and conservation implications of Parrotia subaequalis (Hamamelidaceae), a rare and endangered tree species in China6
Soundscapes and protected area conservation: Are noises in nature making people complacent?6
Cerrado Rupestre is not Campo Rupestre: The unknown and threatened savannah on rocky outcrops6
Plant diversity assessment of karst limestone, a case study of Malaysia’s Batu Caves6
Exploring 15 years of brown bear (Ursus arctos)-vehicle collisions in northwestern Greece6
Numerous uncertainties in the multifaceted global trade in frogs’ legs with the EU as the major consumer6
Distribution and conservation status of threatened endemic amphibians within the Aspromonte mountain region, a hotspot of Mediterranean biodiversity5
The extent of the illegal trade with terrestrial vertebrates in markets and households in Khammouane Province, Lao PDR5
Maps of area of habitat for Italian amphibians and reptiles5
Dissecting the illegal pangolin trade in China: An insight from seizures data reports5
Evaluation and sensitivity analysis of the ecosystem service functions of haze absorption by green space based on its quality in China5
Genetic diversity and morphological characterisation of three turbot (Scophthalmus maximus L., 1758) populations along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast5
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