Improving biodiversity monitoring
Gibbons, Philip; Bourke, Max; Burgmann, M A; Dickman, Chris R; Ferrier, Simon; Fitzsimons, James; Freudenberger, David; Garnett, Stephen T; Groves, Craig; Hobbs, Richard; Kingsford, R. T; Krebs, C. J; Legge, Sarah; Lowe, Andrew J; McLean, Bob; Montambault, Jensen; Possingham, Hugh P; Radford, Jim; Robinson, Doug; Smallbone, Lisa; Thomas, David; Varcoe, Tony; Vardon, Michael; Wardle, G. M; Woinarski, J. C. Z; Zerger, Andre; Lindenmayer, David B
Effective biodiversity monitoring is critical to evaluate, learn from, and ultimately improve conservation practice. Well conceived, designed and implemented monitoring of biodiversity should: (i) deliver information on trends in key aspects of biodiversity (e.g. population changes); (ii) provide early warning of problems that might otherwise be difficult or expensive to reverse; (iii) generate quantifiable evidence of conservation successes (e.g. species recovery following management) and...[Show more]
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