Eavesdropping on the Sounds of the Rainforest
Eddie and fellow scientist Tim Boucher venture deep into the mountains of Papua New Guinea to record the soundscape of the forest, gathering biodiversity data for conservation land-use planning. Cool Green Science writer Justine E. Hausheer joins them to report on the research.
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How to Tackle Wicked Conservation Problems?
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Adams, V. M., E. T. Game, and M. Bode. 2014. Synthesis and review: delivering on conservation promises: the challenges of managing and measuring conservation outcomes. Environmental Research Letters 9:085002.
Ban, N. C., S. M. Maxwell, D. C. Dunn, A. J. Hobday, N. J. Bax, J. Ardron, K. M. Gjerde, E. T. Game, R. Devillers, D. M. Kaplan, P. K. Dunstan, P. N. Halpin, and R. L. Pressey. 2014. Better integration of sectoral planning and management approaches for the interlinked ecology of the open oceans. Marine Policy 49:127-136.
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Game E.T., G. Lipsett-Moore, E. Saxon, N. Peterson, and S. Sheppard. 2011. Incorporating climate change adaptation into national conservation assessments. Global Change Biology 17:3150–3160.
Hobday, A. J., E. T. Game, H. S. Grantham and A. J. Richardson 2011. Conserving the largest habitat on earth: protected areas in the pelagic ocean. In J. Claudet, Ed., Marine Protected Areas: Effects, networks and monitoring - A multidisciplinary approach. Cambridge University Press - Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation Series. Pages 347-373.
Game, E.T., G. Lipsett-Moore, R. Hamilton, N. Peterson, J. Kereseka, W. Atu, M. Watts, and H. P. Possingham. 2011. Informed opportunism for conservation planning in the Solomon Islands. Conservation Letters 4:38-46.
McDonald-Madden, E., P. W. J. Baxter, R. A. Fuller, T. G. Martin, E. T. Game, J. Montambault, and H. P. Possingham. 2010. Monitoring doesn't always count. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25:547-550.
Beger, M., S. Linke, M. Watts, E. T. Game, E. Treml, I. Ball, H. P. Possingham 2010 Incorporating asymmetric connectivity into spatial decision making for conservation. Conservation Letters 3:359-368.
Game, E.T., H. S. Grantham, A. J. Hobday, R. L. Pressey, A. T. Lombard, L. E. Beckley, K. Gjerde, R. Bustamante, H. P. Possingham, and A. J. Richardson. 2009. Pelagic protected areas: the missing dimension in ocean conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24:360-369.
Game, E.T., M. Bode, E. McDonald-Madden, H. Grantham, and H. P. Possingham. 2009. Dynamic marine protected areas can improve the resilience of coral reef systems. Ecology Letters 12:1336-1346.
Bottrill, M., L. N. Joseph, J. Carwardine, M. Bode, C. Cook, E. T. Game, H. S. Grantham, S. Kark, S. Linke, E. McDonald-Madden, R. L. Pressey, S. Walker, K. A. Wilson, and H. P. Possingham. 2008. Is conservation triage just smart decision-making? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23:649-654.
Game, E.T., E. McDonald-Madden, M. L. Puotinen, and H. P. Possingham. 2008. Should we protect the strong or the weak? Risk, resilience and the selection of marine protected areas. Conservation Biology 22:1619-1629.
Game, E.T., M. Watts, S. Wooldridge, and H. Possingham. 2008. Planning for persistence in marine reserves: a question of catastrophic importance. Ecological Applications 18:670-680.