Tropical Turmoil II

8 03 2009

In August last year I covered a paper my colleagues (Navjot Sodhi and Barry Brook) and I had in press in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment entitled Tropical turmoil – a biodiversity tragedy in progress. The paper is now available in the March 2009 issue of the journal (click here to access). We were also fortunate enough to grab the front cover (shown here) and have a dedicated podcast that you can listen to by clicking here about the paper and its findings. I encourage ConservationBytes.com readers to have a listen if they’re interested in learning more about the woeful state of tropical biotas worldwide, and maybe some ways to rectify the problems. The intro to the podcast can be viewed by clicking here.

CJA Bradshaw


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16 03 2009
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[...] more consumption, and as we know at least for tropical developing nations, resource consumption is killing biodiversity faster than anywhere else on the [...]

14 03 2009
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[...] people and palaeoclimate on ancient biota (animals, plants, ecosystems). Millennia before the modern biodiversity crisis — a worldwide event being driven by the multiple impacts of anthropogenic global change [...]

10 03 2009
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[...] Bradshaw at ConservationBytes not only has the cover of FREE on “Tropical Turmoil,” but is also the guest of the ESA podcast. It’s a [...]

9 03 2009

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