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Up in the air: threats to Afromontane biodiversity from climate change and habitat loss revealed by genetic monitoring of the Ethiopian Highlands bat

Orly Razgour, Mohammed Kasso, Helena Santos & Javier Juste
Whilst climate change is recognised as a major future threat to biodiversity, most species are currently threatened by extensive human-induced habitat loss, fragmentation and degradation. Tropical high altitude alpine and montane forest ecosystems and their biodiversity are particularly sensitive to temperature increases under climate change, but they are also subject to accelerated pressures from land conversion and degradation due to a growing human population. We studied the combined effects of anthropogenic land-use change, past and...

Data from: Thermal acclimation and adaptation across populations in a broadly distributed soil arthropod

Anne Jensen, Tibebu Alemu, Temesgen Alemneh, Cino Pertoldi & Simon Bahrndorff
The relative contributions of phenotypic plasticity and adaptive evolution to the respons-es of species to climate change are poorly understood. It has been suggested that some species or populations will have to rely on their ability to adjust their phenotype rather than on adaptation through evolutionary adaptation. 2. We test the extent of intra- and inter-population patterns of acclimation and genetic varia-tion in multiple traits directly related to environmental tolerance limits in the broadly dis-tributed...

sj-pdf-1-imr-10.1177_03000605221130015 - Supplemental material for Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study

Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera & Abel Tibebu Goshu
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-imr-10.1177_03000605221130015 for Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study by Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera, Abel Tibebu Goshu in Journal of International Medical Research

Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study

Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera & Abel Tibebu Goshu
ObjectiveWe assessed the magnitude of disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth at public health facilities in Dire Dawa, Eastern Ethiopia.MethodsWe conducted a facility-based quantitative cross-sectional study in Dire Dawa City Administration from 21 October to 8 December 2020. We used a pre-tested structured questionnaire to interview 555 randomly selected women who gave birth in public health facilities during the study period. Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression analysis was performed in statistical analysis.ResultsAmong 555...

sj-pdf-1-imr-10.1177_03000605221130015 - Supplemental material for Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study

Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera & Abel Tibebu Goshu
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-imr-10.1177_03000605221130015 for Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study by Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera, Abel Tibebu Goshu in Journal of International Medical Research

Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study

Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera & Abel Tibebu Goshu
ObjectiveWe assessed the magnitude of disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth at public health facilities in Dire Dawa, Eastern Ethiopia.MethodsWe conducted a facility-based quantitative cross-sectional study in Dire Dawa City Administration from 21 October to 8 December 2020. We used a pre-tested structured questionnaire to interview 555 randomly selected women who gave birth in public health facilities during the study period. Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression analysis was performed in statistical analysis.ResultsAmong 555...

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