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The worldwide biodiversity crisis has intensified the need to better understand how biodiversity and human disturbance are related. Yet this relationship lacks both consensus in theoretical expectations and consistency in observed empirical patterns. I present one of the largest extent studies...
Records of atmospheric mercury deposition and post-depositional mobility in peat permafrost archives from central and northern Yukon, CanadaDownload
Environmental archives provide a feasible means for studying the biogeochemical cycling of heavy metals including mercury (Hg). Although many temperate peat bogs have been successfully used to reconstruct natural and anthropogenic atmospheric Hg deposition fluxes, northern circumpolar permafrost...
Anthropogenic noise is increasingly widespread as human development continues. Noise can negatively affect humans and wildlife, but the most deleterious effects are incurred by species that rely on vocal communication for mating, territory defence, and other vital functions. Songbirds are...