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Culled foxes are dead, but not gone: No evidence for lowered predation risk after uncoordinated fox culls.
The culling of mammalian mesopredators is often justified by alleged conservation benefits for a target prey species. A recent study in BMC Ecology… Read more »
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We have had a fantastic month for publications this April at the BMC Series with over 1400 publications across the Series… Read more »
A new section in BMC Anesthesia open for submissions • Preventing and treating adhesions occurring after surgery • Managing… Read more »
Today, BMC Ecology announces the winners of our 2018 Image Competition. Here we share our overall winning images - enjoy!
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Celebrating Human Rights Day • Do opioid treatment policies prevent opioid-related hospital readmissions? • A new… Read more »
Being a woman in engineering is not straightforward. To shine some light on some of the hurdles women face whilst building a… Read more »
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