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The biodiversity of marine artificial structures

Ally Evans is a postdoctoral research officer at Swansea University’s School of Biosciences. Previously at Aberystwyth University, she co-authored the Enhancing the Biodiversity of Marine Artificial Structures synopsis as part of the EU-funded Ecostructure project. Our coastlines have been modified and developed for centuries to support coastal living, and commercial and recreational use of theContinue reading “The biodiversity of marine artificial structures”

The untapped side of science that could boost evidence-based conservation

Tatsuya Amano is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow based at the University of Queensland, Australia. Tatsuya is committed to generating and transferring scientific knowledge on biodiversity changes and its conservation. His translatE project (https://translatesciences.com/) aims to understand the consequences of language barriers in biodiversity conservation. On a quiet day over ten years ago inContinue reading “The untapped side of science that could boost evidence-based conservation”

Reducing publication delay to improve the efficiency and impact of conservation science

Recently, Tom White and Alec Christie spoke to PeerJ about their article Reducing publication delay to improve the efficiency and impact of conservation science. This interview was originally published on the PeerJ blog. Can you tell us a bit about yourselves? We’re both researchers from the Conservation Evidence project at the University of Cambridge. AlecContinue reading “Reducing publication delay to improve the efficiency and impact of conservation science”

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