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EcolChange seminar – Robert Szava-Kovats about cognitive bias in conservation

Seminar of Department of Botany and Centre of Excellence EcolChange Speaker: Robert Szava-Kovats is researcher at the macroecology team of the Department of Botany. Title of the talk: Conservation biology: a suitable habitat for cognitive bias  Time: Wednesday, 16. May … Continue reading

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EcolChange seminar – Guntis Brūmelis about conservation of breadleaved forests in Latvia

Seminar of Doctoral School of Earth Sciences and Ecology, Centre of Excellence EcolChange and PhD/MSc students seminar of Department of Geography Speaker: Guntis Brūmelis, University of Latvia, Latvia Title of the talk: Conservation biology of the noble broadleaved tree stands in … Continue reading

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New paper published – Ecological theory provides strong support for habitat restoration

Text by Aveliina Helm Habitat restoration needs to take recent scientific advances into account The involvement of ecological theory in practical habitat restoration has significantly increased in the past decade. However, there are still visible gaps between the advancing theoretical … Continue reading

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New paper published – Selection of source material for introduction of the locally rare and threatened fern species Asplenium septentrionale

Text by Jaan Liira Forked spleenwort, Asplenium septentrionale, is a mainly petrophilous fern species in European mountains and rare on acidic siliceous rocks in lowland areas of the continent, where habitats are fragmented and populations isolated. In Estonia, the single … Continue reading

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