Useful information to add to your reading list. Thanks to Professor Bradshaw.
Another year, another arbitrary retrospective list – but I’m still going to do it. Based on the popularity of last year’s retrospective list of influential conservation papers as assessed through F1000 Prime, here are 20 conservation papers published in 2014 that impressed the Faculty members.
Once again for copyright reasons, I can’t give the whole text but I’ve given the links to the F1000 assessments (if you’re a subscriber) and of course, to the papers themselves. I did not order these based on any particular criterion.
- Assemblage time series reveal biodiversity change but not systematic loss – This substitution of taxa, rather than a systematic loss of diversity at local scales, provides strong evidence for the development of novel ecosystem compositions in ecosystems across the globe, with important implications for management and changes in the delivery of ecosystem goods and services ...
- Social equity matters in payments for…
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