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Article 03 December 2023 | Open Access

The first use of a photogrammetry drone to estimate population abundance and predict age structure of threatened Sumatran elephants

  • Dede Aulia Rahman
  • , Riki Herliansyah
  •  &  Nyoto Santoso

Effects of environmental factors and intraspecific niche overlap on the body and ecological characteristics of red-tongued pit vipers ( Gloydius ussuriensis )

  • Min Seock Do
  • , Seok-Jun Son
  •  &  Hyung-Kyu Nam

Warming inhibits increases in vegetation net primary productivity despite greening in India

  • , Rajiv Kumar Chaturvedi
  •  &  Subimal Ghosh

Article 02 December 2023 | Open Access

Targeted indoor residual insecticide applications shift Aedes aegypti age structure and arbovirus transmission potential

  • Oscar David Kirstein
  • , Carlos Culquichicon
  •  &  Gonzalo M. Vazquez-Prokopec

Growth performance, gut microbiota composition, health and welfare of European sea bass ( Dicentrarchus labrax ) fed an environmentally and economically sustainable low marine protein diet in sea cages

  • Sébastien Alfonso
  • , Elena Mente
  •  &  Pierluigi Carbonara

The impact of anthropogenic transformation of urban soils on ectomycorrhizal fungal communities associated with silver birch ( Betula pendula Roth.) growth in natural versus urban soils

  • Jacek Olchowik
  • , Paweł Jankowski
  •  &  Dorota Hilszczańska

Crowdsourced tick observation data from across 60 years reveals major increases and northwards shifts in tick contact areas in Finland

  • Jani J. Sormunen
  • , Ilari E. Sääksjärvi
  •  &  Tero Klemola

Article 01 December 2023 | Open Access

Regional climate contributes more than geographic distance to beta diversity of copepods (Crustacea Copepoda) between caves of Italy

  • Emma Galmarini
  • , Ilaria Vaccarelli
  •  &  Francesco Cerasoli

Local adaptation shapes functional traits and resource allocation in black spruce

  • R. Silvestro
  •  &  S. Rossi

Efficiency evaluation and nonlinear multi-objective optimization of forestry industry transformation in the Heilongjiang state-owned forest region

  •  &  Yude Geng

Impairing cardiac oxygen supply in swimming coho salmon compromises their heart function and tolerance to acute warming

  • Andreas Ekström
  • , Brian Hendriks
  •  &  Erika J. Eliason

Chelate facilitated phytoextraction of Pb, Cd, and Zn from a lead–zinc mine contaminated soil by three accumulator plants

  • Sadegh Hosseinniaee
  • , Mohammad Jafari
  •  &  Giovanna Cappai

Article 30 November 2023 | Open Access

Local niches explain coexistence in environmentally-distinct contact zones between Western Mediterranean vipers

  • Inês Freitas
  • , Pedro Tarroso
  •  &  Fernando Martínez-Freiría

Undesirable dispersal via a river pathway of a single Argentine ant supercolony newly invading an inland urban area of Japan

  • Daisuke Hayasaka
  • , Kenshin Kato
  •  &  Takuo Sawahata

Assessment of the utility of underwater hyperspectral imaging for surveying and monitoring coral reef ecosystems

  • Matthew S. Mills
  • , Mischa Ungermann
  •  &  Tom Schils

The time and place of origin of South Caucasian languages: insights into past human societies, ecosystems and human population genetics

  • Alexander Gavashelishvili
  • , Merab Chukhua
  •  &  Mehmet Somel

Conserved temperature requirements but contrasting responses to humidity across oviposition preferences in temperate grasshoppers

  • Tomáš Dvořák
  •  &  Michal Knapp

Historical shifting in grain mineral density of landmark rice and wheat cultivars released over the past 50 years in India

  • Sovan Debnath
  • , Ahana Dey
  •  &  Biswapati Mandal

Article 29 November 2023 | Open Access

Warming affects routine swimming activity and novel odour response in larval zebrafish

  • Jade M. Sourisse
  • , Lucrezia C. Bonzi
  •  &  Celia Schunter

The impact of phage treatment on bacterial community structure is minor compared to antibiotics

  • Madeleine S. Gundersen
  • , Alexander W. Fiedler
  •  &  Olav Vadstein

Long-term warming and human-induced plankton shifts at a coastal Eastern Mediterranean site

  • K. Kalloniati
  • , E. D. Christou
  •  &  D. E. Raitsos

Factors promoting hunting groups’ sustainable harvest of moose in a co-management system

  • Laura S. Tuominen
  • , Mikael Wikström
  •  &  Jon E. Brommer

Species-specific gill’s microbiome of eight crab species with different breathing adaptations

  • Giovanni Bacci
  • , Niccolò Meriggi
  •  &  Sara Fratini

Smart city construction and new-type urbanization quality improvement

  • RongJun Zhou
  • , Siqi Chen
  •  &  Bingbing Zhang

Article 28 November 2023 | Open Access

Dynamic interplay: disentangling the temporal variability of fish effects on coral recruitment

  • Jamie M. McDevitt-Irwin
  • , Douglas J. McCauley
  •  &  Fiorenza Micheli

DNA metabarcoding reveals consumption of diverse community of amphibians by invasive wild pigs ( Sus scrofa ) in the southeastern United States

  • Vienna R. Canright
  • , Antoinette J. Piaggio
  •  &  James C. Beasley

Method for obtaining reliable R-waves in fish electrocardiograms by utilizing conductivity of seawater

  • Natsuki Watanabe
  • , Shinsuke Torisawa
  •  &  Tsunemasa Saiki

Study on characters associations and path coefficient analysis for quantitative traits of amaranth genotypes from Ethiopia

  • Mekonnen Yeshitila
  • , Andargachew Gedebo
  •  &  Bizuayehu Tesfaye

Article 27 November 2023 | Open Access

Synecology of Lagoecia cuminoides L. in Italy and evaluation of functional compounds presence in its water or hydroalcoholic extracts

  • Enrico V. Perrino
  • , Zuhair N. A. Mahmoud
  •  &  Antonio Trani

The foraging ecology of yellow-billed and red- billed choughs changed between two climatically different years

  • Antonio Rolando
  • , Cecilia Basso
  •  &  Alex Laini

Ecological correlates and predictors of Lassa fever incidence in Ondo State, Nigeria 2017–2021: an emerging urban trend

  • Simeon Cadmus
  • , Olalekan John Taiwo
  •  &  Oyewale Tomori

Low sodium availability in hydroponically manipulated host plants promotes cannibalism in a lepidopteran herbivore

  • Luis Y. Santiago-Rosario
  • , Ana L. Salgado
  •  &  Kyle E. Harms

High-altitude and low-altitude adapted chicken gut-microbes have different functional diversity

  • Neha Rani Bhagat
  • , Priyanka Chauhan
  •  &  Vijay K. Bharti

Above-ground carbon stocks and its functional relationship with tree species diversity: the case of Kakamega and North Nandi Forests, Kenya

  • Ouko Amose Obonyo
  • , Humphrey Agevi
  •  &  Mugatsia Harrison Tsingalia

Article 26 November 2023 | Open Access

Impact of industrial robots on environmental pollution: evidence from China

  • Yanfang Liu

Article 25 November 2023 | Open Access

Temperature variation in caves and its significance for subterranean ecosystems

  • Maria J. Medina
  • , Dragan Antić
  •  &  Ana Sofia P. S. Reboleira

Response of a three-species cyclic ecosystem to a short-lived elevation of death rate

  • Sourin Chatterjee
  •  &  Sirshendu Bhattacharyya

Study on environmental factors affecting the quality of codonopsis radix based on MaxEnt model and all-in-one functional factor

  • , Yanjun Jia
  •  &  Fangdi Hu

Article 24 November 2023 | Open Access

Road crossings change functional diversity and trait composition of stream-dwelling macroinvertebrate assemblages

  • , András Weiperth
  •  &  Dénes Schmera

Assessment of interactive acoustic deterrent devices set on trammel nets to reduce dolphin–fishery interactions in the Northern Tyrrhenian Sea

  • Ilaria Ceciarini
  • , Enrica Franchi
  •  &  Letizia Marsili

Male Pagurus minutus hermit crabs use multiple types of information in decisions to give up male–male contests

  • Chiaki I. Yasuda
  •  &  Tsunenori Koga

Application of ArcGIS 3D modeling technology in the study of land use policy decision making in China

  • Pengfei Cong
  • , Dongming Zhang
  •  &  Mingxuan Yi

An inferior competitor is a successful invader due to its stress tolerance and productivity

  • Yohannes B. Tesfay
  • , Annika Blaschke
  •  &  Juergen Kreyling

Combined application of microbial inoculant and kelp-soaking wastewater promotes wheat seedlings growth and improves structural diversity of rhizosphere microbial community

  • , Rui Zheng
  •  &  Xunli Liu

Analysis on the geographical pattern and driving force of traditional villages based on GIS and Geodetector: a case study of Guizhou, China

  •  &  Zhenzhen Jia

Article 23 November 2023 | Open Access

The effects of precipitation change on urban meadows in different design models and substrates

  • Yarong Jiang
  •  &  Tao Yuan

Social buffering of oxidative stress and cortisol in an endemic cyprinid fish

  • Sophia Schumann
  • , Gloria Mozzi
  •  &  Gianfranco Santovito

Analysis of spatial and temporal changes and driving forces of arable land in the Weibei dry plateau region in China

  • Panpan Zhang
  • , Liheng Xia
  •  &  Tingyu Zhang

Rewetting increases vegetation cover and net growing season carbon uptake under fen conditions after peat-extraction in Manitoba, Canada

  • Laurence Turmel-Courchesne
  • , Marissa A. Davies
  •  &  Line Rochefort

Diazotrophic Azotobacter salinestris YRNF3: a probable calcite-solubilizing bio-agent for improving the calcareous soil properties

  • Younes M Rashad
  • , Mohamed Hafez
  •  &  Mohamed Rashad


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Northward expansion trends and future potential distribution of a dragonfly Ischnura senegalensis Rambur under climate change using citizen science data in South Korea

Citizen science is becoming a mainstream approach of baseline data collection to monitor biodiversity and climate change. Dragonflies (Odonata) have been ranked as the highest priority group in biodiversity mo...

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Morphological variables restrict flower choice of Lycaenid butterfly species: implication for pollination and conservation

Butterflies make an important part for plant-pollinator guild. These are nectar feeder or occasionally pollen feeder and thus proboscis of the butterfly species are considered as one of the most important vari...

Honey bees and their brood: a potentially valuable resource of food, worthy of greater appreciation and scientific attention

Despite the consumption of bee brood in several parts of the world, particularly in the tropical areas, the practice has received comparatively little attention. We have reviewed all the available information ...

Attributes and references to honey bees (Insecta; Hymenoptera; Apidae) and their products in some Asian and Australian societies’ folkloristic domains

References to insects in myths, stories, and idioms can be found in almost any culture, but with regard to references involving honey bee species in the Asia-Australian region, little information is available....

RETRACTED ARTICLE: Major environmental factors and traits of invasive alien plants determining their spatial distribution

As trade increases, the influx of various alien species and their spread to new regions are prevalent and no longer a special problem. Anthropogenic activities and climate changes have made the distribution of...

Spatial distribution of halophytes and environment factors in salt marshes along the eastern Yellow Sea

Salt marshes provide a variety of ecosystem services; however, they are vulnerable to human activity, water level fluctuations, and climate change. Analyses of the relationships between plant communities and e...

PollMap: a software for crop pollination mapping in agricultural landscapes

Ecosystem service mapping is an important tool for decision-making in landscape planning and natural resource management. Today, pollination service mapping is based on the Lonsdorf model (InVEST software) tha...

Current status of alert alien species management for the establishment of proactive management systems in Korea

Some of the introduced alien species introduced settle, multiply, and spread to become invasive alien species (IAS) that threaten biodiversity. To prevent this, Korea and other countries legally designate and ...

Dust and sandstorm: ecosystem perspectives on dryland hazards in Northeast Asia: a review

A review of the literature was carried out to study dust and sandstorm (DSS) in terms of its ecosystem processes and relationship to other dryland disasters in Northeast Asia. Drylands are ecosystems that incl...

Changes in nocturnal insect communities in forest-dominated landscape relevant to artificial light intensity

Artificial light at night has recently been identified as a major factor adversely affecting global insect diversity. Here, we compared the insect diversity in Gwangneung Forest Biosphere Reserve, specifically...

Occurrence and diet analysis of sea turtles in Korean shore

Sea turtles, which are globally endangered species, have been stranded and found as bycatch on the Korean shore recently. More studies on sea turtles in Korea are necessary to aid their conservation. To invest...

Quantifying how urban landscape heterogeneity affects land surface temperature at multiple scales

Landscape metrics have been widely applied to quantifying the relationship between land surface temperature and urban spatial patterns and have received acceptable verification from landscape ecologists but so...

The relationship of mean temperature and 9 collected butterfly species’ wingspan as the response of global warming

Organism body size is a basic characteristic in ecology; it is related to temperature according to temperature-size rule. Butterflies are affected in various aspects by climate change because they are sensitiv...

Non-deep physiological dormancy in seeds of Euphorbia jolkinii Boiss. native to Korea

Euphorbia jolkinii Boiss. is a perennial species native to Jeju Island and the southern coastal area of Korea. Particularly on Jeju Island, the yellow flowers of E. jolkinii Boiss. have a high ornamental value be...

Predation of the Japanese keelback ( Hebius vibakari Boie, 1826) by the Slender racer ( Orientocoluber spinalis Peters, 1866)

The Slender racer ( Orientocoluber spinalis Peters, 1866) has recently been reclassified to the new genus Orientocoluber from Hierophis . Ecological knowledge of this species is limited due to its highly mobile beh...

Major environmental factors and traits of invasive alien plants determine their spatial distribution: a case study in Korea

As trade increases, the influx of various alien species and their spread to new regions are prevalent, making them a general problem globally. Anthropogenic activities and climate change have led to alien spec...

Distribution and habitat use of the endangered Siberian flying squirrel Pteromys volans (Rodentia: Sciuridae)

Understanding the habitat characteristics of the endangered Siberian flying squirrel Pteromys volans is the first step in conserving and managing the forests it requires for nesting, gliding, and feeding. Therefo...

How effective are artificial nests in attracting bees? A review

Recent declines in bee populations, along with increasing demand for pollination services in urban, agricultural, and natural environments, have led to strategies to attract wild bees to these areas. One of th...

Tissue-specific systemic responses of the wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata against stem-boring herbivore attack

Plants are able to optimize defense responses induced by various herbivores, which have different feeding strategies. Local and systemic responses within a plant after herbivory are essential to modulate herbi...

Estimating potential range shift of some wild bees in response to climate change scenarios in northwestern regions of Iran

Climate change is occurring rapidly around the world, and is predicted to have a large impact on biodiversity. Various studies have shown that climate change can alter the geographical distribution of wild bee...

Trends in the effects of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems in the Republic of Korea

In this review, we aimed to synthesize the current knowledge on the observed and projected effects of climate change on the ecosystems of Korea (i.e., the Republic of Korea (ROK) or South Korea), as well as th...

Principle of restoration ecology reflected in the process creating the National Institute of Ecology

The creation of the National Institute of Ecology began as a national alternative project to preserve mudflats instead of constructing the industrial complexes by reclamation, and achieve regional development....

Small-scale spatial genetic structure of Asarum sieboldii metapopulation in a valley

Asarum sieboldii Miq., a species of forest understory vegetation, is an herbaceous perennial belonging to the family Aristolochiaceae. The metapopulation of A. sieboldii is distributed sparsely and has a short se...

Diel and seasonal activity pattern of alien sika deer with sympatric mammalian species from Muljangori-oreum wetland of Hallasan National Park, South Korea

Sika deer, Cervus nippon , were originally introduced to South Korea from Japan and Taiwan for commercial farming purposes. Unfortunately, they were released into the wild during religious events and have since be...

Effects of different day length and wind conditions to the seedling growth performance of Phragmites australis

To understand shade and wind effects on seedling traits of common reed ( Phragmites australis ), we conducted a mesocosm experiment manipulating day length (10 h daytime a day as open canopy conditions or 6 h dayti...

Categorized wetland preference and life forms of the vascular plants in the Korean Peninsula

In 2020, a categorized list of wetland preferences, major habitats, and life forms of 4145 vascular plant taxa occurring in the Korean Peninsula was published by the National Institute of Biological Resources....

Elevational distribution ranges of vascular plant species in the Baekdudaegan mountain range, South Korea

The climate is changing rapidly, and this may pose a major threat to global biodiversity. One of the most distinctive consequences of climate change is the poleward and/or upward shift of species distribution ...

Study on the photosynthetic characteristics of Eutrema japonica (Siebold) Koidz. under the pulsed LEDs for simulated sunflecks

The sunfleck is an important light environmental factor for plants that live under the shade of trees. Currently, the smartfarm has a system that can artificially create these sunfleks. Therefore, it was inten...

Influence of trees and associated variables on soil organic carbon: a review

The level of soil organic carbon (SOC) fluctuates in different types of forest stands: this variation can be attributed to differences in tree species, and the variables associated with soil, climate, and topo...

Comparison of ecophysiological and leaf anatomical traits of native and invasive plant species

To address the lack of evidence supporting invasion by three invasive plant species ( Imperata cylindrica, Lantana camara, and Chromolaena odorata ) in tropical ecosystems, we compared the ecophysiological and leaf...

Effects of soil water content and light intensity on the growth of Molinia japonica in montane wetlands in South Korea

Montane wetlands are unique wetland ecosystems with distinct physicochemical characteristics, and Molinia japonica often makes dominant communities in montane wetlands in South Korea. In order to figure out the e...

First detection of ranavirus in a wild population of Dybowski’s brown frog ( Rana dybowskii ) in South Korea

Ranavirus is an emerging infectious disease which has been linked to mass mortality events in various amphibian species. In this study, we document the first mass mortality event of an adult population of Dybo...

Cushion plant Silene acaulis is a pioneer species at abandoned coal piles in the High Arctic, Svalbard

Abandoned coal piles after the closure of mines have a potential negative influence on the environment, such as soil acidification and heavy metal contamination. Therefore, revegetation by efficient species is...

Vegetation structure and distribution characteristics of Symplocos prunifolia , a rare evergreen broad-leaved tree in Korea

In Korea, Symplocos prunifolia Siebold. & Zucc. is only found on Jeju Island. Conservation of the species is difficult because little is known about its distribution and natural habitat. The lack of research and ...

Growth performance of planted population of Pinus roxburghii in central Nepal

Climate change has altered the various ecosystem processes including forest ecosystem in Himalayan region. Although the high mountain natural forests including treelines in the Himalayan region are mainly repo...

Correction to: Application of smart mosquito monitoring traps for the mosquito forecast systems by Seoul Metropolitan city

An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

The original article was published in Journal of Ecology and Environment 2020 44 :13

Correction to: Effect of precipitation on soil respiration in a temperate broad-leaved forest

The original article was published in Journal of Ecology and Environment 2018 42 :10

Effects of cutting and sowing seeds of native species on giant ragweed invasion and plant diversity in a field experiment

Ambrosia trifida is a highly invasive annual plant, but effective control methods have not been proposed. Among various eradication methods, cutting is a simple measure to control invasive plants, and sowing seed...

Mid-term (2009-2019) demographic dynamics of young beech forest in Albongbunji Basin, Ulleungdo, South Korea

The stem exclusion stage is a stage of forest development that is important for understanding the subsequent understory reinitiation stage and maturation stage during which horizontal heterogeneity is formed. ...

Annual and spatial variabilities in the acorn production of Quercus mongolica

Genus Quercus is a successful group that has occupied the largest area of forest around the world including South Korea. The acorns are an important food source for both wild animals and humans. Although the repr...

Prevalence of Puccinia abrupta var. partheniicola and its impact on Parthenium hysterophorus in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

Parthenium hysterophorus is a noxious invasive weed in tropical and subtropical regions of the world, including Nepal. Among 11 species of biological control agents released to control P. hysterophorus in Ausrtal...

Ecological impact of fast industrialization inferred from a sediment core in Seocheon, West Coast of Korean Peninsula

Rapid industrialization has caused various impacts on nature, including heavy metal pollution. However, the impacts of industrialization vary depending on the types of industrializing activity and surrounding ...

Influence of roadkill during breeding migration on the sex ratio of land crab ( Sesarma haematoche )

Adult land crabs generally live on land while their larvae live in the sea. In the case of Sesarma haematoche , female crabs migrate from land to sea to release the larvae at the high tide of syzygy night. Artific...

Population structure and regeneration of Himalayan endemic Larix species in three high-altitude valleys in Nepal Himalaya

The Himalayan forests are of great importance to sustain the nature and community resource demands. These forests are facing pressures both from anthropogenic activities and ongoing global climatic changes. Po...

Otolith microchemistry reveals the migration patterns of the flathead grey mullet Mugil cephalus (Pisces: Mugilidae) in Korean waters

The flathead grey mullet Mugil cephalus has the widest distribution among mugilid species. Recent studies based on mitochondrial DNA sequences showed that the species comprises at least 14 different groups, three...

Population size, group and age structure of geladas ( Theropithecus gelada ) in escarpments of Eastern Tigray, Ethiopia: implication for conservation

Geladas ( Theropithecus gelada ), endemic to Ethiopia, are distributed closely related to the escarpments and gorge systems of the country, and large populations are found in the Simien Mountain National Park. This...

Coexistence of plant species under harsh environmental conditions: an evaluation of niche differentiation and stochasticity along salt marsh creeks

Ecologists have achieved much progress in the study of mechanisms that maintain species coexistence and diversity. In this paper, we reviewed a wide range of past research related to these topics, focusing on ...

Re-emergence of the Glossy Ibis ( Plegadis falcinellus ) in inland South Korea

Glossy Ibis ( Plegadis falcinellus ), which has never been recorded in South Korea, appeared on Jeju Island in 2018 and re-emerged in the inland area of Seocheon-gun (South Chungcheong Province) and in Goyang-si (G...

Diet composition of the Korean wild boar Sus scrofa coreanus (Suidae) at Mt. Jeombongsan, Korea

Korean wild boars ( Sus scrofa coreanus Heude), because of their adaptability, are a widespread large mammal; however, they sometimes cause problems by invading farms and eating the crops, creating insufficiencies...

Review on the succession process of Pinus densiflora forests in South Korea: progressive and disturbance-driven succession

Most of the Pinus densiflora forests, occupying the largest area, have been restored in South Korea since the 1970s. As young pioneer forests, the succession process is under way. Since the forests are distribute...

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