Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences

Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences

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  • Cunningham, Eoghan M.; Cuthbert, Ross N.; Coughlan, Neil E.; Kregting, Louise; Cairnduff, Victoria; Dick, Jaimie T. A. (Elsevier B.V., 2021-03-17)
    Microplastics may affect the physiology, behaviour and populations of aquatic and terrestrial fauna through many mechanisms, such as direct consumption and sensory disruption. However, the majority of experimental studies ...
  • Collins, Courtney; McKeown, Sean; McSweeney, Lynda; Flannery, Kevin; Kennedy, Declan; O'Riordan, Ruth (Springer, 2021-02-08)
    Learning in the zoo is a complex process with many influences affecting outcomes, which traditional methods of evaluation may not consider. This study used conversational content analysis, an innovative and under-used ...
  • Ball, Samantha; Caravaggi, Anthony; Butler, Fidelma (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2021-02-04)
    The number of reported collisions (i.e. strikes) between aircraft and wildlife is increasing globally, with consequences for personnel and passenger safety as well as for industry economics. These are important considerations ...
  • Irwin, Sandra; Kelly, Daniel; Mitchell, Fraser; Wilso, Mark; Dietzsch, Anke; Coote, Linda; Graham, Conor; Barsoum, Nadia; Newman, Miles; Fuller, Lauren; Deady, Rob; Sharkey, Nova; Bourke, David; Jones, Mike; Scarrott, Rory; Kopke, Kathrin; Roig Cervera, David; Kelly, Tom; O'Halloran, John (COFORD, 2014-01)
    The four year BIOPLAN project ‘Implementation of an assessment and monitoring programme for biodiversity in Irish and British forests’ had the principal objective to identify ways in which forest policy and management can ...
  • Doyle, Susan; Cabot, David; Furlong, John; Liu, Yixin; Colhoun, Kendrew; Walsh, Alyn J.; McMahon, Barry J. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2020-08-11)
    In vertebrates, the endocrine system translates environmental changes into physiological responses on which natural selection can act to regulate individual fitness and, ultimately, population dynamics. Corticosterone ...

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