Assessing biodiversity in farming landscapes: a cross-taxonomic approach to conservation planning
Surrogates of biodiversity are necessary tools for guiding the effective conservation of biodiversity. One of the best known approaches to assessing biodiversity is cross-taxonomic surrogacy, which is underpinned by the hypothesis that selected taxa (i.e. the surrogate) can provide useful and commensurate information on other components of biodiversity (i.e. the target). In this thesis, I examined the effectiveness of cross-taxonomic surrogacy by assessing...[Show more]
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