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Applied Ecology Resources: connecting research and practice

Marc Cadotte is a Professor at the University of Toronto and Chair of Applied Ecology Resources, as well as Editor-in-Chief of its accompanying journal, Ecological Solutions and Evidence. Effective conservation and applied ecological management and policy requires that information from both research and practice are available. While it is a straightforward endeavour to search forContinue reading “Applied Ecology Resources: connecting research and practice”

Hot off the press: new Marsh and Swamp Conservation synopsis

Nigel Taylor is a postdoctoral researcher at Tour du Valat, Research Institute for the Conservation of Mediterranean Wetlands. He is one of the authors of the Marsh and Swamp Conservation synopsis. When you think of marshes and swamps, you might think of smelly wastelands full of mosquitoes and alligators. But they are in fact vitalContinue reading “Hot off the press: new Marsh and Swamp Conservation synopsis”

Nature’s Sure Connected: a practical framework and guidance for evidencing outcomes of landscape-scale conservation.

Dr Paul Tinsley-Marshall is the Conservation Evidence Manager at Kent Wildlife Trust, UK The Lawton Principles continue to guide the delivery of conservation in the UK, eleven years on from the publication of Making Space for Nature[1]. Lawton’s influential review outlined a need for more, bigger, better and joined spaces for nature, to create aContinue reading “Nature’s Sure Connected: a practical framework and guidance for evidencing outcomes of landscape-scale conservation.”

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