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17.07.2014
New tool to identify best management plans for Natura 2000 sites
A new decision-making aid to identify the best type of management plan for Natura 2000 sites has been developed by researchers. Using extensive data on different facets of biodiversity and human impacts, the researchers creat...

17.07.2014
Article alert: Initial population trends from a 5-year butterfly monitoring scheme
Journal of Insect Conservation (2014) doi: 10.1007/s10841-014-9644-6Wouter T. Staats, Eugenie C. ReganThe Irish Butterfly Monitoring Scheme started in 2007. The main objective of this study was to examine ini...

09.07.2014
Job alert: Lecturer in Agro-ecology and Sustainable Agriculture (University of Reading, UK)
University of Reading is seeking to appoint a talented individual capable of undertaking internationally competitive research and dynamic teaching in the area of agro-ecology and sustainable agriculture. The opportunity arise...

09.07.2014
Job alert: Associate Professor in Agro-ecology and sustainable agriculture (University of Reading, UK)
University of Reading is seeking to appoint a talented individual capable of leading internationally competitive research in the area of agro-ecology and sustainable agriculture. The opportunity arises because of the strategi...

03.07.2014
Job alert: EU Nature Directives Reporting Officer
The European Topic Centre on Biological Diversity - ETC/BD (http://biodiversity.eionet.europa.eu), one of the six topic centres of the European Environment Agency (http://www.eea.europa.eu), is seeking a EU Nature Directives ...

01.07.2014
Article alert: From supply to social demand: a landscape-scale analysis of the water regulation service
Landscape Ecology (2014) doi: 10.1007/s10980-014-0032-0Quintas-Soriano C, Castro AJ, García-Llorente M, Cabello J, Castro HWorldwide water managers and policy makers are faced by the increasing demands f...

23.06.2014
Job alert: Postdoctoral position on Biological Invasions at Doñana Biological Station (Spain)
Funded by the "Severo Ochoa" Excellence Program awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, the Doñana Biological Station (www.ebd.csic.es) seeks a Postdoctoral fellow for two-years with the aim to co...

12.06.2014
New EU reform fails on European biodiversity
Experts show in the scientific journal Science that the European Unionís recent agricultural reform is far too weak to have any positive impact on the continentís shrinking farmland biodiversity, and call on member stat...

11.06.2014
Article Alert: China in the anthropocene: Culprit, victim or last best hope for a global ecological civilisation?
China, from 2015 the world's biggest economy, is its worst polluter already now. It has not yet, but will be most probably climbing the top position also with regards the aggregate contribution to climate change (historical e...

10.06.2014
How biodiversity protection efforts can achieve more - SCALES project story
By European Commission - Horizon 2020Protecting natureís biodiversity is key to the survival of our planet and high on the European agenda. The European Union (EU) Habitats Directive, together with the ĎBirds Di...


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05.03.2022
New paper published: Sampling and modelling rare species: Conceptual guidelines for the neglected majority

Jeliazkov, A., Gavish, Y., Marsh, C. J., Geschke, J., Brummitt, N., Rocchini, D., Haase, P.,...
06.12.2020
New paper published: A GIS-based policy support tool to determine national responsibilities and priorities for biodiversity conservation

Lin YP, Schmeller DS, Ding TS, Wang YC, Lien WY, Henle K, Klenke RA (2020) A GIS-based polic...

 
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