Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation

Papers
(The TQCC of Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation is 7. 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
Understanding Brazil’s catastrophic fires: Causes, consequences and policy needed to prevent future tragedies91
Emerging threats linking tropical deforestation and the COVID-19 pandemic47
Opportunities and challenges of other effective area-based conservation measures (OECMs) for biodiversity conservation35
Biodiversity and ecosystem services in the Campo Rupestre: A road map for the sustainability of the hottest Brazilian biodiversity hotspot33
The lost road: Do transportation networks imperil wildlife population persistence?33
Enhancing climate change resilience of ecological restoration — A framework for action26
Land-use changes lead to functional loss of terrestrial mammals in a Neotropical rainforest25
Landscape ecology in the Anthropocene: an overview for integrating agroecosystems and biodiversity conservation24
Biological invasions are as costly as natural hazards20
A Model of Collaborative Governance for Community-based Trophy-Hunting Programs in Developing Countries19
Long-term contamination of the Rio Doce estuary as a result of Brazil’s largest environmental disaster19
Climate change threatens the woody plant taxonomic and functional diversities of the Restinga vegetation in Brazil17
Effects of riparian deforestation on benthic invertebrate community and leaf processing in Atlantic forest streams17
Challenges and perspectives for the Brazilian semi-arid coast under global environmental changes16
The importance of Indigenous Territories for conserving bat diversity across the Amazon biome15
The emergence of a new deforestation hotspot in Amazonia15
Are narrow-ranging species doomed to extinction? Projected dramatic decline in future climate suitability of two highly threatened species14
Species distribution model reveals only highly fragmented suitable patches remaining for giant armadillo in the Brazilian Cerrado13
Assessing the SARS-CoV-2 threat to wildlife: Potential risk to a broad range of mammals13
Sugarcane: Brazilian public policies threaten the Amazon and Pantanal biomes13
Climate change will reduce the potential distribution ranges of Colombia’s most valuable pollinators12
Cerrado wetlands: multiple ecosystems deserving legal protection as a unique and irreplaceable treasure12
EcoLand: A multiscale niche modelling framework to improve predictions on biodiversity and conservation12
Collaborative management as a way to enhance Araucaria Forest resilience11
Combined impacts of climate and land use change and the future restructuring of Neotropical bat biodiversity11
To graze or not to graze: A core question for conservation and sustainable use of grassy ecosystems in Brazil11
Most Mexican hummingbirds lose under climate and land-use change: Long-term conservation implications10
Fragment size and the disassembling of local bird communities in the Atlantic Forest: A taxonomic and functional approach10
Environmental sound as a mirror of landscape ecological integrity in monitoring programs10
Use of unfenced highway underpasses by lowland tapirs and other medium and large mammals in central-western Brazil10
Opportunities to close the gap between science and practice for Marine Protected Areas in Brazil10
Expected impacts of climate change on tree ferns distribution and diversity patterns in subtropical Atlantic Forest9
Diet of invasive cats, rats and tegu lizards reveals impact over threatened species in a tropical island9
Differential effects of fire on the occupancy of small mammals in neotropical savanna-gallery forests9
Conservation biology: four decades of problem- and solution-based research9
Does patch quality drive arboreal mammal assemblages in fragmented rainforests?8
Bird Conservation in Brazil: Challenges and practical solutions for a key megadiverse country8
Large herbivore-palm interactions modulate the spatial structure of seedling communities and productivity in Neotropical forests8
The underestimated role of small fragments for carnivore dispersal in the Atlantic Forest8
Landscape changes decrease genetic diversity in the Pallas’ long-tongued bat8
Climate and land-use changes coupled with low coverage of protected areas threaten palm species in South Brazilian grasslands8
Global South leadership towards inclusive tropical ecology and conservation8
The fate of endemic birds of eastern Brazilian mountaintops in the face of climate change8
Negative results provide valuable evidence for conservation7
Network science: Applications for sustainable agroecosystems and food security7
Sarcoptic mange: An emerging threat to Chilean wild mammals?7
Deforestation projections imply range-wide population decline for critically endangered Bornean orangutan7
Divergent herb communities in drier and chronically disturbed areas of the Brazilian Caatinga7
A framework for identifying and integrating sociocultural and environmental elements of indigenous peoples’ and local communities’ landscape transformations7
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