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Crowdfunding biodiversity conservation

 

Gallo-Cajiao E, Archibald C, Friedman R, Steven R, Fuller RA, Game ET, Morrison TH & Ritchie EG (in press) Crowdfunding biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology.

Raising funds is critical for conserving biodiversity and hence so is scrutinizing emerging financial mechanisms that may help achieve this goal. Anecdotal evidence indicates crowdfunding is being used to support activities needed for biodiversity conservation, yet its magnitude and allocation remain largely unknown. To help address this knowledge gap, we conducted a global analysis based on conservation-focused projects extracted from crowdfunding platforms. For each project, we determined the funds raised, date, country of implementation, proponent characteristics, activity type, biodiversity realm, and target taxa. We identified 72 relevant platforms and 577 conservation-focused projects that raised $4,790,634 since 2009. Although proponents were based in 38 countries, projects were delivered across 80 countries, indicating a potential mechanism of resource mobilization. Proponents were affiliated with nongovernmental organizations (35%) or universities (30%) or were freelancers (26%). Most projects were for research (40%), persuasion (31%), and on-the-ground actions (21%). Projects were more focused on species (57.7%) and terrestrial ecosystems (20.3%), and less focused on marine (8.8%) and freshwater ecosystems (3.6%). Projects focused on 208 species, including a disproportionate number of threatened birds and mammals. Crowdfunding for biodiversity conservation is a global phenomenon and there is potential for expansion, despite possible pitfalls (e.g., uncertainty about effectiveness). Opportunities to advance conservation through crowdfunding arise from its capacity to mobilize funds spatially and increase steadily over time, inclusion of overlooked species, adoption by multiple actors, and funding of activities beyond research. Our findings pave the way for further research on key questions, such as campaign success rates, effectiveness of conservation actions, and drivers of crowdfunding adoption. Even though crowdfunding capital raised has been modest relative to other conservation-finance mechanisms, its contribution goes beyond funding research and providing capital. Embraced with due care, crowdfunding could become an important financial mechanism for biodiversity conservation.

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The extirpation of species outside protected areas

 

Boakes EH, Fuller RA & McGowan PJK (in press) The extirpation of species outside protected areas. Conservation Letters. Read more…

 
Restoring islands and identifying source populations for introductions

 

Wauchope HS, Fuller RA, Shanahan DF & Shaw JD (in press) Restoring islands and identifying source populations for introductions. Conservation Biology. Read more…

 
Estimating the benefit of well-managed protected areas for threatened species conservation

 

Kearney SG, Adams VM, Fuller RA, Possingham HP & Watson JEM (in press) Estimating the benefit of well-managed protected areas for threatened species conservation. Oryx. Read more…

 
The impact of urbanisation on nature dose and the implications for human health

 

Cox DTC, Shanahan DF, Hudson HL, Fuller RA & Gaston KJ (2018) The impact of urbanisation on nature dose and the implications for human health. Landscape and Urban Planning, 179, 72-80. Read more…

 
Secrets of intercontinental flight

 

Fuller RA & Wainwright CE (2018) Secrets of intercontinental flight. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2, 1523-1524. Read more…

 
Is nature relatedness associated with better mental and physical health?

 

Dean JH, Shanahan DF, Bush R, Gaston KJ, Lin BB, Barber E, Franco L & Fuller RA (2018) Is nature relatedness associated with better mental and physical health? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15, 1371. Read more…

 
Efficiently enforcing artisanal fisheries to protect estuarine biodiversity

 

Costa MDP, Mills M, Richardson AJ, Fuller RA, Muelbert JH & Possingham HP (2018) Efficiently enforcing artisanal fisheries to protect estuarine biodiversity. Ecological Applications, 28, 1450-1458. Read more…

 
The large-scale drivers of population declines in a long-distance migratory shorebird

 

Murray NJ, Marra PP, Fuller RA, Clemens RS, Dhanjal-Adams K, Gosbell KB, Hassell CJ, Iwamura T, Melville D, Minton CDT, Riegan AC, Rogers DI, Woehler EJ & Studds CE (2018) The large-scale drivers of population declines in a long-distance migratory shorebird. Ecography, 41, 867-876. Read more…

 
One-third of global protected land is under intense human pressure

 

Jones KR, Venter O, Fuller RA, Allan JR, Negret PJ, Maxwell SL, Negret PJ & Watson JEM (2018) One-third of global protected land is under intense human pressure. Science, 360, 788-791. Read more…

 
Opportunities for biodiversity conservation as cities adapt to climate change

 

Butt N, Shanahan DF, Shumway N, Bekessy SA, Fuller RA, Watson JEM, Maggini R & Hole DG (2018) Opportunities for biodiversity conservation as cities adapt to climate change. Geo: Geography and Environment, 5, e00052. Read more…

 
Examining the relationship between local extinction risk and position in range

 

Boakes EH, Isaac NJB, Fuller RA, Mace GM & McGowan PJK (2018) Examining the relationship between local extinction risk and position in range. Conservation Biology, 32, 229-239. Read more…

 
raptr: Representative and adequate prioritization toolkit in R

 

Hanson JO, Rhodes JR, Possingham HP & Fuller RA (2018) raptr: Representative and adequate prioritization toolkit in R. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 9, 320-330. Read more…

 
Impacts of fishing, river flow and connectivity loss on the conservation of a migratory fish population

 

Lin H-Y, Brown CJ, Dwyer RG, Harding DJ, Roberts DT, Fuller RA, Linke S & Possingham HP (2018) Impacts of fishing, river flow and connectivity loss on the conservation of a migratory fish population. Aquatic Conservation, 28, 45-54. Read more…

 
Replacing underperforming nature reserves

 

Fuller RA & Watson JEM (2018) Replacing underperforming nature reserves. Pp. 147-151 in P M Kareiva, M Marvier & B R Silliman (eds). Effective Conservation Science: Data Not Dogma. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Read more…

 
Biodiversity and China’s new Great Wall

 

Choi C-Y, Jackson MV, Gallo-Cajiao E, Murray NJ, Clemens RS, Gan X & Fuller RA (2018) Biodiversity and China’s new Great Wall. Diversity and Distributions, 24, 137-143. Read more…

 
Shorebird monitoring in Australia: A successful long-term collaboration between citizen scientists, governments and researchers

 

Hansen BD, Clemens RS, Gallo-Cajiao E, Jackson MV, Maguire GS, Maurer G, Milton D, Rogers DI, Weller DR, Weston MA, Woehler EJ & Fuller RA (2018) Shorebird monitoring in Australia: A successful long-term collaboration between citizen scientists, governments and researchers. Pp. 100-120 in Legge S, Lindenmayer D, Robinson N, Scheele B, Southwell D & Wintle B (eds) Monitoring Threatened Species and Ecological Communities. CSIRO, Canberra. Read more…

 
Coordinating domestic legislation and international agreements to conserve migratory species

 

Runge CA, Gallo-Cajiao E, Carey MJ, Garnett ST, Fuller RA & McCormack PC (2017) Coordinating domestic legislation and international agreements to conserve migratory species: A case study from Australia. Conservation Letters, 10, 765-772. Read more…

 
Environmental and geographic variables are effective surrogates for genetic variation in conservation planning

 

Hanson JO, Rhodes JR, Riginos C & Fuller RA (2017) Environmental and geographic variables are effective surrogates for genetic variation in conservation planning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114, 12755-12760. Read more…

 
Smart protected area placement decelerates biodiversity loss

 

Akasaka M, Kadoya T, Ishihama F, Fujita T & Fuller RA (2017) Smart protected area placement decelerates biodiversity loss: A representation-extinction feedback leads rare species to extinction. Conservation Letters, 10, 539-546. Read more…

 
Simplifying the selection of evidence synthesis methods to inform environmental decisions: A guide for decision makers and scientists

 

Cook CN, Nichols SJ, Webb JA, Fuller RA & Richards RM (2017) Simplifying the selection of evidence synthesis methods to inform environmental decisions: A guide for decision makers and scientists. Biological Conservation, 213, 135-145. Read more…

 
Maintaining experiences of nature as a city grows

 

Sushinsky JR, Rhodes JR, Shanahan DF, Possingham HP & Fuller RA (2017) Maintaining experiences of nature as a city grows. Ecology and Society, 22, 1-11. Read more…

 
A review of the benefits of nature experiences: More than meets the eye

 

Franco LS, Shanahan DF & Fuller RA (2017) A review of the benefits of nature experiences: More than meets the eye. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14, 864. Read more…

 
Minimizing species extinctions through strategic planning for conservation fencing

 

Ringma JL, Wintle B, Fuller RA, Fisher D & Bode M (2017) Minimizing species extinctions through strategic planning for conservation fencing. Conservation Biology, 31, 1029-1038. Read more…

 
Climate change drives expansion of Antarctic ice-free habitat

 

Lee JR, Raymond B, Bracegirdle TJ, Chadès I, Fuller RA, Shaw JD & Terauds A (2017) Climate change drives expansion of Antarctic ice-free habitat. Nature, 547, 49-54. Read more…

 
Setting conservation priorities for migratory networks under uncertainty

 

Dhanjal-Adams KL, Klaassen M, Nicol S, Possingham HP, Chadès I & Fuller RA (2017) Setting conservation priorities for migratory networks under uncertainty. Conservation Biology, 31, 646-656. Read more…

 
Rapid population decline in migratory shorebirds relying on Yellow Sea tidal mudflats as stopover sites

 

Studds CE, Kendall BE, Murray NJ, Wilson HB, Rogers DI, Clemens RS, Gosbell K, Hassell CJ, Jessop R, Melville DS, Milton DA, Minton CDT, Possingham HP, Riegen AC, Straw P, Woehler EJ & Fuller RA (2017) Rapid population decline in migratory shorebirds relying on Yellow Sea tidal mudflats as stopover sites. Nature Communications, 8, 14895. Read more…

 
Forecasting ecosystem responses to climate change across Africa’s Albertine Rift

 

Ponce-Reyes R, Plumptre AJ, Segan D, Ayebare S, Fuller RA, Possingham HP & Watson JEM (2017) Forecasting ecosystem responses to climate change across Africa’s Albertine Rift. Biological Conservation, 209, 464-472. Read more…

 
A global threats overview for Numeniini populations: Synthesising expert knowledge for a group of declining migratory birds

 

Pearce-Higgins JW, Brown DJ, Douglas DJT, Alves JA, Bellio M, Bocher P, Buchanan GM, Clay RP, Conklin J, Crockford N, Dann P, Elts J, Friis C, Fuller RA, Gill JA, Gosbell K, Johnson JA, Marquez-Ferrando R, Masero JA, Melville DS, Millington S, Minton C, Mundkur T, Nol E, Pehlak H, Piersma T, Robin F, Rogers DI, Ruthrauff DR, Senner NR, Shah JN, Sheldon RD, Soloviev SA, Tomkovich PS & Verkuil YI (2017) A global threats overview for Numeniini populations: Synthesising expert knowledge for a group of declining migratory birds. Bird Conservation International, 27, 6-34. Read more…

 
Rapid climate-driven loss of breeding habitat for Arctic migratory birds

 

Wauchope HS, Shaw JD, Varpe Ø, Lappo EG, Boertmann D, Lanctot RB & Fuller RA (2017) Rapid climate-driven loss of breeding habitat for Arctic migratory birds. Global Change Biology, 23, 1085-1094. Read more…

 
Doses of nearby nature simultaneously associated with multiple health benefits

 

Cox DTC, Shanahan DF, Hudson HL, Fuller RA, Anderson K, Hancock S & Gaston KJ (2017) Doses of nearby nature simultaneously associated with multiple health benefits. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14, 172. Read more…

 
Doses of neighbourhood nature: Benefits for mental health of living with nature

 

Cox DTC, Shanahan DF, Hudson HL, Plummer KE, Siriwardena GM, Fuller RA, Anderson K, Hancock S & Gaston KJ (2017) Doses of neighbourhood nature: The benefits for mental health of living with nature. BioScience, 67, 147-155. Read more…

 
How green is your garden?: Urban form and socio-demographic factors influence yard vegetation, visitation, and ecosystem service benefits

 

Lin BB, Gaston KJ, Fuller RA, Wu D, Bush R & Shanahan DF (2017) How green is your garden?: Urban form and socio-demographic factors influence yard vegetation, visitation, and ecosystem service benefits. Landscape and Urban Planning, 157, 239-246. Read more…

 
The rarity of direct experiences of nature in an urban population

 

Cox DTC, Hudson HL, Shanahan DF, Fuller RA & Gaston KJ (2017) The rarity of direct experiences of nature in an urban population. Landscape and Urban Planning, 160, 79-84. Read more…

 
Variation in experiences of nature across gradients of tree cover in compact and sprawling cities

 

Shanahan DF, Cox DTC, Fuller RA, Hancock S, Lin BB, Anderson K, Bush R & Gaston KJ (2017) Variation in experiences of nature across gradients of tree cover in compact and sprawling cities. Landscape and Urban Planning, 157, 231-238. Read more…

 
The distribution and protection of intertidal habitats in Australia

 

Dhanjal-Adams KL, Hanson JO, Murray NJ, Phinn SR, Wingate VR, Mustin K, Lee JR, Allan JR, Cappadonna JL, Studds CE, Clemens RS, Roelfsema CM & Fuller RA (2016) The distribution and protection of intertidal habitats in Australia. Emu, 116, 208-214. Read more…

 
Persistent disparities between recent rates of habitat conversion and protection and implications for future global conservation targets

 

Watson JEM, Jones KR, Fuller RA, Di Marco M, Segan DB, Butchart SHM, Allan JR, McDonald-Madden E & Venter O (2016) Persistent disparities between recent rates of habitat conversion and protection and implications for future global conservation targets. Conservation Letters, 9, 413-421.. Read more…

 
Optimizing disturbance management for wildlife protection: The enforcement allocation problem

 

Dhanjal-Adams KL, Mustin K, Possingham HP & Fuller RA (2016) Optimizing disturbance management for wildlife protection: The enforcement allocation problem. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53, 1215-1224. Read more…

 
Balancing ecosystem and threatened species representation in protected areas and implications for nations achieving global conservation goals

 

Polak T, Watson JEM, Bennett JR, Possingham HP, Fuller RA & Carwardine J (2016) Balancing ecosystem and threatened species representation in protected areas and implications for nations achieving global conservation goals. Conservation Letters, 9, 438-445. Read more…

 
The ravages of guns, nets and bulldozers

 

Maxwell SL, Fuller RA, Brooks TM & Watson JEM (2016) The ravages of guns, nets and bulldozers. Nature, 536, 143-145. Read more…

 
The benefits of natural environments for physical activity

 

Shanahan DF, Franco L, Lin BB, Gaston KJ & Fuller RA (2016) The benefits of natural environments for physical activity. Sports Medicine, 46, 989-995. Read more…

 
Annual Report: Migratory Shorebird Monitoring – Understanding Ecological Impact

 

Choi C-Y, Moffitt DJ, Fuller RA, Skilleter G, Rogers D, Coleman J & Klaassen M (2016) Annual Report: Migratory Shorebird Monitoring – Understanding Ecological Impact (CA130019). Report produced for the Ecosystem Research and Monitoring Program Advisory Panel as part of GPC’s Ecosystem Research and Monitoring Program. 49 pp. Read more…

 
Health benefits from nature experiences depend on dose

 

Shanahan DF, Bush R, Gaston KJ, Lin, BB, Dean J, Barber E & Fuller RA (2016) Health benefits from nature experiences depend on dose. Scientific Reports, 6, 28551. Read more…

 
Averting the extinction of experience

 

Shanahan DF & Fuller RA (2016) Averting the extinction of experience. Wildlife Australia, 53, 36-38. Read more…

 
Revision of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Population Estimates for 37 listed Migratory Shorebird Species

 

Hansen BD, Fuller RA, Watkins D, Rogers DI, Clemens RS, Newman M, Woehler EJ & Weller DR (2016) Revision of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Population Estimates for 37 listed Migratory Shorebird Species. Report for the Department of the Environment. BirdLife Australia, Melbourne. Read more…

 
Progress in improving the protection of species and habitats in Australia

 

Barr LM, Watson JEM, Possingham HP, Iwamura T & Fuller RA (2016) Progress in improving the protection of species and habitats in Australia. Biological Conservation, 200, 184-191. Read more…

 
Phenology of southward migration of shorebirds in the East Asian–Australasian Flyway and inferences about stop-over strategies

 

Choi C-Y, Rogers KG, Gan X, Clemens RS, Bai Q-Q, Lilleyman A, Lindsey A, Milton DA, Straw P, Yu Y-T, Battley PF, Fuller RA & Rogers DI (2016) Phenology of southward migration of shorebirds in the East Asian–Australasian Flyway and inferences about stop-over strategies. Emu, 116, 178-189. Read more…

 
Reconciling recreational use and conservation values in a coastal protected area

 

Stigner MG, Beyer HL, Klein CJ, & Fuller RA (2016) Reconciling recreational use and conservation values in a coastal protected area. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53, 1206-1214. Read more…

 
Continental-scale decreases in shorebird populations in Australia

 

Clemens RS, Rogers DI, Hansen BD, Gosbell K, Minton CDT, Straw P, Bamford M, Woehler EJ, Milton DA, Weston MA, Venables B, Weller D, Hassell C, Rutherford B, Onton K, Herrod A, Studds CE, Choi CY, Dhanjal-Adams KL, Murray NJ, Skilleter GA & Fuller RA (2016) Continental-scale decreases in shorebird populations in Australia. Emu, 116, 119-135. Read more…

 
Dispersion explains declines

 

Fuller RA (2016) Dispersion explains declines. Nature, 531, 451-452. Read more…

 
Challenges in assessing the vulnerability of species to climate change to inform conservation actions

 

Butt N, Possingham HP, De Los Rios C, Maggini R, Fuller RA, Maxwell SL & Watson JEM (2016) Challenges in assessing the vulnerability of species to climate change to inform conservation actions. Biological Conservation, 199, 10-15. Read more…

 
Uncertainty in identifying local extinctions: the distribution of missing data and its effects on biodiversity measures

 

Boakes EH, Fuller RA, McGowan PJK & Mace GM (2016) Uncertainty in identifying local extinctions: the distribution of missing data and its effects on biodiversity measures. Biology Letters, 12, 20150824. Read more…

 
Incorporating dynamic distributions into spatial prioritization

 

Runge CA, Tulloch AIT, Possingham HP, Tulloch VJD & Fuller RA (2016) Incorporating dynamic distributions
into spatial prioritization. Diversity and Distributions, 22, 332-343. Read more…

 
Understanding the importance of small patches of habitat for conservation

 

Tulloch AIT, Barnes MD, Ringma J, Fuller RA & Watson JEM (2016) Understanding the importance of small patches of habitat for conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53, 418-429. Read more…

 
Global mismatch between greenhouse gas emissions and the burden of climate change

 

Althor G, Watson JEM & Fuller RA (2016) Global mismatch between greenhouse gas emissions and the burden of climate change. Scientific Reports, 6, 20281. Read more…

 
Cities are hotspots for threatened species

 

Ives CD, Lentini PE, Threlfall CG, Ikin K, Shanahan DF, Garrard GE, Bekessy SA, Fuller RA, Mumaw L, Rayner L, Rowe R, Valentine LE & Kendal D (2016) Cities are hotspots for threatened species. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 25, 117-126. Read more…

 
Protected areas and global conservation of migratory birds

 

Runge CA, Watson JEM, Butchart SHM, Hanson JO, Possingham HP & Fuller RA (2015) Protected areas and global conservation of migratory birds. Science, 350, 1255-1258. Read more…

 
Shortfalls and solutions for meeting national and global conservation area targets

 

Butchart SHM, Clarke M, Smith RJ, Sykes RE, Scharlemann JPW, Harfoot M, Buchanan GM, Angulo A, Balmford A, Bertzky B, Brooks TM, Carpenter KE, Comeros-Raynal MT, Cornell J, Francesco Ficetola G, Fishpool LDC, Fuller RA, Geldmann J, Harwell H, Hilton-Taylor C, Hoffmann M, Joolia A, Joppa L, Kingston N, May I, Milam A, Polidoro B, Ralph G, Richman N, Rondinini C, Segan D, Skolnik B, Spalding M, Stuart SN, Symes A, Taylor J, Visconti P, Watson J, Wood L & Burgess ND (2015) Shortfalls and solutions for meeting national and global conservation area targets. Conservation Letters, 8, 329-337. Read more…

 
Migratory Shorebird Monitoring – Understanding Ecological Impact 2015 report

 

Choi C-Y, Moffitt DJ, Fuller RA, Skilleter G, Rogers D, Coleman J & Klaassen M (2015) Annual Report: Migratory Shorebird Monitoring – Understanding Ecological Impact (CA12000284). Report produced for the Ecosystem Research and Monitoring Program Advisory Panel as part of Gladstone Ports Corporation’s Ecosystem Research and Monitoring Program. 76 pp. Read more…

 
Environmental niche modelling for polar species using MaxEnt

 

Wauchope H, Shaw J, Varpe Ø, Boertmann D & Fuller R (2015) Environmental niche modelling for polar species using MaxEnt. Pp. 39-43 in: Vongraven D (ed.) Assessing vulnerability of flora and fauna in polar areas. Norwegian Polar Institute Brief Report Series No. 32. Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø, Norway. Read more…

 
Mapping the drivers of climate change vulnerability for Australia’s threatened species

 

Lee JR, Maggini R, Taylor MFJ & Fuller RA (2015) Mapping the drivers of climate change vulnerability for Australia’s threatened species. PLoS ONE, 10, e0124766. Read more…

 
Adapting environmental management to uncertain but inevitable change

 

Nicol S, Fuller RA, Iwamura T & Chadès I (2015) Adapting environmental management to uncertain but inevitable change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 282, 20142984. Read more…

 
Efficient expansion of global protected areas requires simultaneous planning for species and ecosystems

 

Polak T, Watson JEM, Fuller RA, Joseph LN, Martin TG, Possingham HP, Venter O & Carwardine J (2015) Efficient expansion of global protected areas requires simultaneous planning for species and ecosystems. Royal Society Open Science, 2, 150107. Read more…

 
Colombia: The world’s birdiest country

 

Gallo E (2015) Colombia: The world’s birdiest country. Australian Birdlife, March 2014, 40-45.

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Protecting stopover habitat for migratory shorebirds in East Asia

 

Murray NJ & Fuller RA (2015) Protecting stopover habitat for migratory shorebirds in East Asia Journal of Ornithology, 156, S217-S225. Read more…

 
The health benefits of urban nature: How much do we need?

 

Shanahan DF, Fuller RA, Bush R, Lin BB & Gaston KJ (2015) The health benefits of urban nature: How much do we need? BioScience, 65, 476-485. Read more…

 
Threats to the Yellow Sea’s tidal wetlands: Photo Essay

 

Murray NJ, Clemens RS, Phinn SR, Possingham HP & Fuller RA (2015) Threats to the Yellow Sea’s Tidal Wetlands. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 96:346–348. Read more…

 
Toward improved public health outcomes from urban nature

 

Shanahan, D.F., Lin, B.B., Bush, R., Gaston, K.J., Dean, J.H., Barber, E. & Fuller, R.A. 2015. Toward improved public health outcomes from urban nature. American Journal of Public Health, 105, 470-477. Read more…

 
Geographic range size and extinction risk assessment in nomadic species

 

Runge CA, Tulloch A, Hammill E, Possingham HP & Fuller RA (2015) Geographic range size and extinction risk assessment in nomadic species.  Conservation Biology, 29, 3, 865-876. Read more…

 
Tidal flats of the Yellow Sea: A review of ecosystem status and anthropogenic threats

 

Murray NJ, Ma Z & Fuller RA (2015) Tidal flats of the Yellow Sea: A review of ecosystem status and anthropogenic threats. Austral Ecology, 40, 472-481. Read more…

 
What is the role of trees and remnant vegetation in attracting people to urban parks?

 

Shanahan, D.F., Lin, B.B, Gaston, K.J., Bush, R., Fuller, R.A. 2015. What is the role of trees and remnant vegetation in attracting people to urban parks? Landscape Ecology, 30, 153-165. Read more…

 
Choosing open access

 

Fuller, R.A., Lee, J.R. & Watson, J.E.M. 2014. Choosing open access. Conservation Biology, 28, 1443-1444. Read more…

 
Evidence is required to address potential albatross mortality in the New South Wales Ocean Trawl fishery

 

Gallo-Cajiao E (2014) Evidence is required to address potential albatross mortality in the New South Wales Ocean Trawl fishery. Pacific Conservation Biology, 20, 328-335. Read more…

 
Optimal management of a multispecies shorebird flyway under sea-level rise

 

Iwamura, T., Fuller, R.A. & Possingham, H.P. 2014. Optimal management of a multispecies shorebird flyway under sea-level rise. Conservation Biology, 28, 1710-1720. Read more…

 
Achieving open access to conservation science

 

Fuller, R.A., Lee, J.R. & Watson, J.E.M. 2014. Achieving open access to conservation science. Conservation Biology, 28, 1550-1557. Read more…

 
Conserving mobile species

 

Runge, C.A., Martin, T.G., Possingham, H.P., Willis, S.G. & Fuller, R.A. 2014. Conserving mobile species. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 12, 395-402. Read more…

 
Socio-economic inequalities in access to nature on public and private lands: A case study from Brisbane, Australia

 

Shanahan, D.F., Lin, B.B., Gaston, K.J., Bush, R. & Fuller, R.A. 2014. Socio-economic inequalities in access to nature on public and private lands: A case study from Brisbane, Australia. Landscape and Urban Planning, 130, 14-23. Read more…

 
Targeting global protected area expansion for imperiled biodiversity

 

Venter, O., Fuller, R.A., Segan, D.B., Carwardine, J., Brooks, T., Butchart, S.H.M., Di Marco, M., Iwamura, T., Joseph, L., O’Grady, D., Possingham, H.P., Rondinini, C., Smith, R.J., Venter, M. & Watson, J.E.M. 2014. Targeting global protected area expansion for imperiled biodiversity. PLoS Biology, 12, e101891. Read more…

 
Biodiversity in Cities and Towns

 

Lonsdale, M. & Fuller, R. Cities and towns. Pp. 121-134 in: Morton, S., Sheppard, A. & Lonsdale, W.M. (eds) Biodiversity: Science and Solutions for Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Australia. Read more…

 
Tracking the rapid loss of tidal wetlands in the Yellow Sea

 

Murray, N.J., Clemens, R.S., Phinn, S.R., Possingham, H.P. & Fuller, R.A. 2014. Tracking the rapid loss of tidal wetlands in the Yellow Sea. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 12, 267-272. Read more…

 
Efficiently targeting resources to deter illegal activities in protected areas

 

Plumptre, A.J., Fuller, R.A., Rwetsiba, A., Wanyama, F., Kujirakwinja, D., Driciru, M., Nangendo, G., Watson, J.E.M. & Possingham, H.P. 2014. Efficiently targeting resources to deter illegal activities in protected areas. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51, 714-725. Read more…

 
Opportunity or Orientation? Who uses urban parks and why

 

Lin, B.B., Fuller, R.A., Bush, R., Gaston, K.J. & Shanahan, D.F. 2014. Opportunity or Orientation? Who uses urban parks and why PLoS ONE, 9, e87422. Read more…

 
Poisson GAMM applied on ruddy turnstone data

 

Ieno, E.N., Zuur, A.F., Fuller, R.A., Piersma, T. & Saveliev, A.A. 2014. Poisson GAMM applied on ruddy turnstone data. Pp. 99-114 in: Zuur, A.F., Saveliev, A.A. & Ieno, E.N. (eds) A Beginner’s Guide to Generalised Additive Mixed Models with R. Highland Statistics, Newburgh, United Kingdom. Read more…

 
The challenges of urban living

 

Shanahan, D.F., Strohbach, M.W., Warren, P.S. & Fuller, R.A. 2014. The challenges of urban living. Pp. 3-20 in: D. Gil & H. Brumm (eds) Avian Urban Ecology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. Read more…

 
Contribution of systematic reviews to management decisions

 

Cook, C.N., Possingham, H.P. & Fuller, R.A. 2013. Contribution of systematic reviews to management decisions. Conservation Biology, 27, 902-915. Read more…

 
Lines in the mud; revisiting the boundaries of important shorebird areas

 

Clemens, R., Herrod, A. & Weston, M.A. 2014. Lines in the mud; revisiting the boundaries of important shorebird areas. Journal for Nature Conservation, 22, 59-67.

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Protecting and restoring habitat to help Australia’s threatened species adapt to climate change

 

Maggini, R, Kujala, H, Taylor, MFJ, Lee, JR, Possingham, HP, Wintle, BA & Fuller, RA. 2013. Protecting and restoring habitat to help Australia’s threatened species adapt to climate change. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. Read more…

 
Sharing or sparing? How should we grow the world’s cities?

 

Lin, B.B. & Fuller, R.A. 2013. Sharing or sparing? How should we grow the world’s cities? Journal of Applied Ecology, 50, 1161-1168. Read more…

 
The effect of group size on vigilance in Ruddy Turnstones varies with foraging habitat

 

Fuller, R.A., Bearhop, S., Metcalfe, N.B. & Piersma, T. 2013. The effect of group size on vigilance in Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres varies with foraging habitat. Ibis, 155, 246-257. Read more…

 
Achieving conservation science that bridges the knowledge-action boundary

 

Cook, C.N., Mascia, M.B., Schwartz, M.W., Possingham, H.P. & Fuller, R.A. 2013. Achieving conservation science that bridges the knowledge-action boundary. Conservation Biology, 27, 669-678 Read more…

 
Protected areas in South Asia have not prevented habitat loss: A study using historical models of land-use change

 

Clark, N.E., Boakes, E.H., McGowan, P.J.K., Mace, G.M. & Fuller, R.A. 2013. Protected areas in South Asia have not prevented habitat loss: A study using historical models of land-use change. PLoS ONE, 8, e65298. Read more…

 
Migratory connectivity magnifies the consequences of habitat loss from sea-level rise for shorebird populations

 

Iwamura, T., Possingham, H.P., Chadès, I., Minton, C., Murray, N.J., Rogers, D.I., Treml, E.A. & Fuller, R.A. 2013. Migratory connectivity magnifies the consequences of habitat loss from sea-level rise for shorebird populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281, 20130325. Read more…

 
What are the benefits of interacting with nature?

 

Keniger, L.E., Gaston, K.J., Irvine, K.N. & Fuller, R.A. 2013. What are the benefits of interacting with nature? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10, 913-935.
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Review of Australian shorebird survey data, with notes on their suitability for comprehensive population trend analysis

 

Clemens, R.S., Kendall, B.E., Guillet, J. & Fuller, R.A. 2012. Review of Australian shorebird survey data, with notes on their suitability for comprehensive population trend analysis. Stilt, 62, 3-17. Read more…

 
Extinction risk in cloud forest fragments under climate change and habitat loss

 

Ponce-Reyes, R., Nicholson, E., Baxter, P.W.J., Fuller, R.A. & Possingham, H.P. 2013. Extinction risk in cloud forest fragments under climate change and habitat loss. Diversity and Distributions, 19, 518-529.

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Continental scale mapping of tidal flats across East Asia using the Landsat archive

 

Murray, N.J., Phinn, S.R., Clemens, R.S., Roelfsema, C.M. & Fuller, R.A. 2012. Continental scale mapping of tidal flats across East Asia using the Landsat archive. Remote Sensing, 4, 3417-3426. Read more…

 
How should we grow cities to minimize their biodiversity impacts?

 

Sushinsky, J.R., Rhodes, J.R., Possingham, H.P., Gill, T.K. & Fuller, R.A. 2013. How should we grow cities to minimize their biodiversity impacts? Global Change Biology, 19, 401-410. Read more…

 
Coordinated effort to maintain East Asian–Australasian Flyway

 

Murray, N.J. and Fuller, R.A. 2012. Coordinated effort to maintain East Asian–Australasian Flyway. Oryx, 46, 479-480.

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Managers consider multiple lines of evidence important for biodiversity management decisions

 

Cook, C.N., Carter, R.W., Fuller, R.A. and Hockings, M. 2012. Managers consider multiple lines of evidence important for biodiversity management decisions. Journal of Environmental Management, 113, 341-46.

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A new way to measure the world’s protected area coverage

 

Barr, L.M., Pressey, R.L., Fuller, R.A., Segan, D.B., McDonald-Madden, E. & Possingham, H.P. 2011. A new way to measure the world’s protected area coverage. PLoS ONE, 9, e24707. Read more…