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- Grantham, Hedley, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Ecology letters 2006 v.9 no.10 pp. 1136-1145
- biogeography; conservation areas; planning; reserve networks
- ... Data on the occurrence of species are widely used to inform the design of reserve networks. These data contain commission errors (when a species is mistakenly thought to be present) and omission errors (when a species is mistakenly thought to be absent), and the rates of the two types of error are inversely related. Point locality data can minimize commission errors, but those obtained from museum ...
- Grantham, Hedley S., et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Diversity & distributions 2009 v.15 no.6 pp. 1028-1036
- biodiversity; climate change; habitats; landscapes; planning; prioritization; wilderness; Australia
- ... Most approaches to conservation prioritization are focused on biodiversity features that are already threatened. While this is necessary in the face of accelerating anthropogenic threats, there have been calls to conserve large intact landscapes, often termed 'wilderness', to ensure the long-term persistence of biodiversity. In this study, we examine the consequences of directing conservation expe ...