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Dr Gaurav Gupta
Dr Matthew Grainger
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Dr Roy Sanderson
Professor Philip McGowan
et al.
Conservation of Galliformes in the Greater Himalaya: Is there a need for a higher-quality evidence-base?2022
Professor Philip McGowan
Long-term monitoring of wildlife populations for protected area management in Southeast Asia2022
Dr Rike Bolam
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Philip McGowan
Over half of threatened species require targeted recovery actions to avert human-induced extinction2022
Becca Sargent
Professor Philip McGowan
Dr Marion Pfeifer
Room to roam for African lions Panthera leo: a review of the key drivers of lion habitat use and implications for conservation2022
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Philip McGowan
Sub-national assessment of threats to Indian biodiversity and habitat restoration opportunities2022
Chess Ridley
Emily Hickinbotham
Professor Philip McGowan
Dr Louise Mair
The scope and extent of literature that maps threats to species globally: a systematic map2022
Dr Louise Mair
Dr Rike Bolam
Professor Philip McGowan
A metric for spatially explicit contributions to science-based species targets2021
Dr Rike Bolam
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Philip McGowan
A robust goal is needed for species in the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework2021
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Philip McGowan
Achieving International Species Conservation Targets: Closing the Gap between Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches2021
Professor Philip McGowan
Professor Atanu Ghoshray
Dr Marco Lorusso
Energy Transitions in ASEAN COP26 Policy Report2021
Professor Philip McGowan
How do Snow Partridge (Lerwa lerwa) and Tibetan Snowcock (Tetraogallus tibetanus) coexist in sympatry under high-elevation conditions on the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau?2021
Professor Philip McGowan
Set ambitious goals for biodiversity and sustainability2021
Professor Philip McGowan
Use of ex situ management not necessarily a last resort: Reply to Khalatbari et al. 20212021
Professor Philip McGowan
Which is worse for the red-billed curassow: Habitat loss or hunting pressure?2021
Garima Gupta
Dr Roy Sanderson
Professor Philip McGowan
A simple method for assessing the completeness of a geographic range size estimate2020
Professor Philip McGowan
Ecological time-lags and the journey towards conservation success2020
Professor Philip McGowan
Ex situ management as insurance against extinction of mammalian megafauna in an uncertain world2020
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Philip McGowan
Fragmented evidence for the contribution of ex situ management to species conservation indicates the need for better reporting2020
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Dr Gaurav Gupta
Professor Philip McGowan
GalliForm, a database of Galliformes occurrence records from the Indo-Malay and Palaearctic, 1800–20082020
Dr Rike Bolam
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Philip McGowan
How many bird and mammal extinctions has recent conservation action prevented?2020
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
How to transition to reduced-meat diets that benefit people and the planet2020
Steph Kuunal
Dr Louise Mair
Dr Zarah Pattison
Professor Philip McGowan
Identifying opportunities for improving the coherence of global agreements for species conservation2020
Chess Ridley
Professor Philip McGowan
Dr Louise Mair
The scope and extent of literature that maps threats to species: A systematic map protocol2020
Dr Louise Mair
Chess Ridley
Professor Philip McGowan
A risk assessment framework to improve the efficiency of CITES2019
Professor Philip McGowan
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Graham Long
Dr Matthew Grainger
An imperfect vision of indivisibility in the Sustainable Development Goals2019
Dr Matthew Grainger
Professor Philip McGowan
Informing decisions on an extremely data poor species facing imminent extinction2019
Professor Philip McGowan
The extirpation of species outside protected areas2019
Professor Philip McGowan
Dr Louise Mair
Tracking trends in the extinction risk of wild relatives of domesticated species to assess progress against global biodiversity targets2019
Dr Rike Bolam
Dr Matthew Grainger
Dr Gavin Stewart
Professor Philip McGowan
Using the Value of Information to improve conservation decision making2019
Dr Matthew Grainger
Dr Peter Garson
Professor Philip McGowan
Conservation status of Phasianidae in Southeast Asia2018
Professor Philip McGowan
Examining the relationship between local extinction risk and position in range2018
Somying Thunhikorn
Dr Matthew Grainger
Professor Philip McGowan
Spatial distribution of display sites of Grey Peacock-pheasant in relation to micro-habitat and predators during the breeding season2018
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Aileen Mill
Dr Pete Robertson
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
et al.
The contribution of scientific research to conservation planning2018
Professor Philip McGowan
IUCN guidelines for determining when and how ex situ management should be used in species conservation2017
Somying Thunhikorn
Dr Matthew Grainger
Professor Philip McGowan
Assessing the population status of Grey Peacock-pheasant (Polyplectron bicalcaratum) in Huai Kha Khaeng, a key conservation landscape in Southeast Asia2016
Professor Philip McGowan
Conservation first: Strategic planning to save the critically endangered Singapore freshwater crab, Johora singaporensis2016
Professor Philip McGowan
Conservation: Mapping the terrestrial human footprint2016
Somying Thunhikorn
Dr Matthew Grainger
Professor Philip McGowan
Methods used to survey avian species and their potential for surveying ground-dwelling birds in Asia2016
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
Optimising different types of biodiversity coverage of protected areas with a case study using Himalayan Galliformes2016
Professor Philip McGowan
Philippine protected areas are not meeting the biodiversity coverage and management effectiveness requirements of Aichi Target 112016
Professor Philip McGowan
Uncertainty in identifying local extinctions: the distribution of missing data and its effects on biodiversity measures2016
Dr Maria Zwart
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Philip McGowan
Professor Mark Whittingham
Wind farm noise suppresses territorial defense behavior in a songbird2016
Professor Philip McGowan
Change in status of green peafowl Pavo muticus (Family Phasianidae) in Southcentral Vietnam: a comparison over 15 years2015
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
Mapping the potential distribution of the Critically Endangered Himalayan Quail Ophrysia superciliosa using proxy species and species distribution modelling2015
Professor Philip McGowan
Religious Relationships with the Environment in a Tibetan Rural Community: Interactions and Contrasts with Popular Notions of Indigenous Environmentalism2015
Professor Philip McGowan
Scenario-led habitat modelling of land use change impacts on key species2015
Maria Zwart
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
Using environmental impact assessment and post-construction monitoring data to inform wind energy developments2015
Professor Philip McGowan
Biodiversity reports need author rules2014
Professor Philip McGowan
Guidelines on the Use of Ex Situ Management for Species Conservation2014
Mieke Zwart
Professor Philip McGowan
Professor Mark Whittingham
The Use of Automated Bioacoustic Recorders to Replace Human Wildlife Surveys: An Example Using Nightjars2014
Professor Philip McGowan
Pheasant conservation, sacred groves and local culture in Sichuan, China2013
Professor Philip McGowan
Science-driven management of protected areas: a Philippine case study2013
Professor Philip McGowan
A review and assessment of nature reserve policy in China: advances, challenges and opportunities2012
Professor Philip McGowan
All politics is local: the case of Macrocephalon maleo conservation on Sulawesi, Indonesia2012
Professor Philip McGowan
Laura Owens
Dr Matthew Grainger
Galliformes science and species extinctions: what we know and what we need to know2012
Professor Philip McGowan
Why South-east Asia should be the world’s priority for averting imminent species extinctions, and a call to join a developing cross-institutional programme to tackle this urgent issue2012
Professor Philip McGowan
Population densities of understorey birds across a habitat gradient in Palawan, Philippines: implications for conservation2011
Professor Philip McGowan
Conservation status of wild relatives of animals used for food2010
Professor Philip McGowan
Natalie Clark
Distorted Views of Biodiversity:Spatial and Temporal Bias in Species Occurrence Data2010
Professor Philip McGowan
Effect of Local Cultural Context on the Success of Community-Based Conservation Interventions2010
Professor Philip McGowan
Extreme contagion in global habitat clearance2010
Professor Philip McGowan
The Impact of Conservation on the Status of the World's Vertebrates2010
Professor Philip McGowan
The need to address the geographical imbalance in the publication of conservation science2010
Professor Philip McGowan
An assessment of census techniques, habitat use and threats to swamp francolin Francolinus gularis in Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Nepal.2009
Professor Philip McGowan
Ecotourism positively affects awareness and attitudes but not conservation behaviours: A case study at Grande Riviere, Trinidad2009
Professor Philip McGowan
Galliformes – barometers of the state of applied ecology and wildlife conservation in China2009
Professor Philip McGowan
The Djibouti francolin and juniper forest in Djibouti: the need for both ecosystem and species-specific conservation2009
Professor Philip McGowan
The status and conservation of Galliformes in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam2008
Dr Peter Garson
Professor Philip McGowan
Providing artificial nest platforms for Cabot's tragopan Tragopan caboti (Aves: Galliformes): A useful conservation tool?2005
Professor Philip McGowan
Dr Peter Garson
What does IUCN species action planning contribute to the conservation process?2003
Professor Philip McGowan
Dr Peter Garson
The Galliformes are highly threatened: Should we care?2002
Professor Philip McGowan
Dr Peter Garson
The making of conservation Action Plans for the Galliformes1998