The New Guinea checklist: a botanical distillation of the last unknown
“I know of no part of the world, the exploration of which is so flattering to the imagination, so likely […]
Publications: a summary of 10 years of publishing
The Ecosystem Change Ecology team has recently passed 200 peer-reviewed publications from the last 10 years. We aim to […]
New publication: patterns of extinction risk in Australian snakes and lizards
Despite being a global hotspot of reptile diversity, the conservation status of the Australian squamate fauna has not been assessed […]
New publication: What’s your beef? Global solutions for a more sustainable agriculture.
How to reduce the global environmental footprint of meat and dairy consumption. Many people love their beef, lamb and dairy […]
New publication: logging, exotic plant invasions and native plant reassembly in the lowland tropical rainforests of Borneo.
Do logging and exotic invasive plants affect tropical rainforests? Biological invasions present a major concern globally. Plant invaders often take […]
New publication: logging of Borneo’s rainforests, the impacts on plant communities
How does logging affect the diversity of rainforest understorey plant communities in terms of functional traits and ancestral relatedness? Borneo’s […]
New publication: cover image with Biological Reviews
To core, or not to core, that is the question. A recent team manuscript led by Edward Tsen has been published […]
New publication: is CRISPR-based gene drive a biocontrol silver bullet or global conservation threat?
Are we are willing to risk the global loss of a species as a result of unintended dispersal of modified individuals back to their native range, to benefit from the control efficiencies that CRISPRCas9 gene drive technology could offer?
New publication: translating plant cover scores into estimates of leaf area index and biomass
Braun-Blanquet cover scores as a proxy for detailed measurement of community structure. The selective harvest of trees and the cutting […]
New publication: to core, or not to core, that is the question.
How does drilling holes into the world’s most valuable trees impact on their health? “Ask the trees how they want […]
New publication: mechanical hoof tests effect of livestock on native snail populations
Livestock trampling and forest snail biodiversity Even low frequency trampling by livestock can reduce the density and biodiversity of forest […]