• The case for embedding researchers in conservation agencies 

      Roux, D.J.; Kingsford, R.T.; Cook, C.N.; Carruthers, J.; Dickson, K.; Hockings, M. (2019)
      Although protected areas represent a pivotal response to escalating anthropogenic threats, they face many pressures, inside and outside their boundaries. Amid these challenges, effective conservation is guided by evidence-based ...
    • Tackling invasive alien species in Europe: the top 20 issues 

      Caffrey, J.M.; Baars, J.R.; Barbour, J.H.; Boets, P.; Boon, P.; Davenport, K.; Dick, J.T.A.; Early, J.; Edsman, L.; Gallagher, C.; Gross, J.; Heinimaa, P.; Horrill, C.; Hudin, S.; Hulme, P.E.; Hynes, S.; MacIsaac, H.J.; McLoone, P.; Millane, M.; Moen, T.L.; Moore, N.; Newman, J.; O'Conchuir, R.; O'Farrell, M.; O'Flynn, C.; Oidtmann, B.; Renals, T.; Ricciardi, A.; Roy, H.; Richard, Shaw; Weyl, O.; Williams, F.; Lucy, F.E. (Reabic, 2014)
      Globally, Invasive Alien Species (IAS) are considered to be one of the major threats to native biodiversity, with the World Conservation Union (IUCN) citing their impacts as ‘immense, insidious, and usually irreversible’. ...