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New article: Effectiveness of protected areas in conserving tropical forest birds

New article shows protected areas are contributing significantly to the conservation of rare & threatened birds across tropical biodiversity hotspots. Led by Victor Cazalis (University of Montpellier), the study was co-authored by former Inspire4Nature fellow Joseph Kelly and by Inspire4Nature senior scientists Stu Butchart and Ana Rodrigues.
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New article: Deforestation leakage undermines conservation value of tropical and subtropical forest protected areas

Inspire4Nature fellow Scott Ford led a new article entitled Deforestation leakage undermines conservation value of tropical and subtropical forest protected areas, co-authored by senior Inspire4Nature scientists Martin Rudbeck Jepsen, Naomi Kingston, Thomas Brooks, Brian MacSharry and Ole Mertz.

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New book: Threatened Freshwater Fishes of the Mediterranean Basin Biodiversity Hotspot: Distribution, extinction risk and the impact of hydropower

Inspire4Nature scientists Matt Ford and Jörg Freyhof are co-authors of a book entitled Threatened Freshwater Fishes of the Mediterranean Basin Biodiversity Hotspot: Distribution, extinction risk and the impact of hydropower.

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