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Dr Louise Mair
An investment strategy to address biodiversity loss from agricultural expansion2022
Dr Louise Mair
Quantifying and categorising national extinction-risk footprints2022
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
Dr Rike Bolam
Dr Louise Mair
Disparity between ecological and political timeframes for species conservation targets2021
Dr Louise Mair
High rates of short-term dynamics of forest ecosystem services2021
Dr David Cowan
Dr Zelda Van Der Waal
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Aileen Mill
Adaptive management of an iconic invasive goat Capra hircus population2020
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 Rike Bolam
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Philip McGowan
How many bird and mammal extinctions has recent conservation action prevented?2020
Steph Kuunal
Dr Louise Mair
Dr Zarah Pattison
Professor Philip McGowan
Identifying opportunities for improving the coherence of global agreements for species conservation2020
Dr Louise Mair
Navigating spaces between conservation research and practice: Are we making progress?2020
Dr Louise Mair
Occupancy versus colonization–extinction models for projecting population trends at different spatial scales2020
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 Louise Mair
Tracking trends in the extinction risk of wild relatives of domesticated species to assess progress against global biodiversity targets2019
Dr Louise Mair
Biological traits explain bryophyte species distributions and responses to forest fragmentation and climatic variation2018
Dr Louise Mair
Can opportunistically‐collected Citizen Science data fill a data gap for habitat suitability models of less common species?2018
Dr Louise Mair
Land use changes could modify future negative effects of climate change on old‐growth forest indicator species2018
Dr Louise Mair
Professor Aileen Mill
Dr Pete Robertson
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
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The contribution of scientific research to conservation planning2018
Dr Louise Mair
Evaluating citizen science data for forecasting species responses to national forest management2017
Dr Louise Mair
Forest management could counteract distribution retractions forced by climate change2017
Dr Louise Mair
Local epiphyte establishment and future metapopulation dynamics in landscapes with different spatiotemporal properties2017
Dr Louise Mair
Explaining Spatial Variation in the Recording Effort of Citizen Science Data across Multiple Taxa2016
Dr Louise Mair
Quantifying the activity levels and behavioural responses of butterfly species to habitat boundaries2015
Dr Louise Mair
Abundance changes and habitat availability drive species' responses to climate change2014