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A first survey of the global population size and distribution of the Scottish Crossbill Loxia scotica
(2011-06) - Journal article,
A survey of Scottish Crossbills Loxia scotica was carried out in 3,506 km2 of conifer woodland in northern Scotland during January to April 2008 to provide the first estimate of the global population size for this endemic ...
Prioritizing global marine mammal habitats using density maps in place of range maps
(2014-03) - Journal article,
Despite lessons from terrestrial systems, conservation efforts in marine systems continue to focus on identifying priority sites for protection based on high species richness inferred from range maps. Range maps oversimplify ...
Identifying multispecies synchrony in response to environmental covariates
(2016-12) - Journal article,
The importance of multi-species models for understanding complex ecological processes and interactions is beginning to be realised. Recent developments, such as those by Lahoz-Monfort et al. (2011), have enabled synchrony ...
Workshop on new developments in cetacean survey methods
(University of St Andrews, 2011) - Report,
This report contains the slides from a workshop on New Developments in Cetacean Survey Methods held on 27th November 2011 at the 19th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Tampa, Florida. Review talks were ...
Estimating the Barents Sea polar bear subpopulation size
(2009-01) - Journal article,
A large scale survey was conducted in August 2004 to estimate the size of the Barents Sea polar bear subpopulation. We combined helicopter line transect distance sampling surveys in most of the survey area with total counts ...
The geometric mean of relative abundance indices : a biodiversity measure with a difference
(2011-09-02) - Journal article,
The 2010 Biodiversity Target of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), set in 2002, which stated that there should be ‘a significant reduction of the current rate of biodiversity loss' by 2010, highlighted the need ...