Deborah A. Procter

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Accelerating rates of environmental change and the continued loss of global biodiversity threaten functions and services delivered by ecosystems. Much ecosystem monitoring and management is focused on the provision of ecosystem functions and services under current environmental conditions, yet this could lead to inappropriate management guidance and(More)
The benefits of protected areas (PAs) for biodiversity have been questioned in the context of climate change because PAs are static, whereas the distributions of species are dynamic. Current PAs may, however, continue to be important if they provide suitable locations for species to colonize at their leading-edge range boundaries, thereby enabling spread(More)
http://sro.sussex.ac.uk Pocock, Michael J O, Newson, Stuart E, Henderson, Ian G, Peyton, Jodey, Sutherland, William J, Noble, David G, Ball, Stuart G, Beckmann, Björn C, Biggs, Jeremy, Brereton, Tom, Bullock, David J, Buckland, Stephen T, Edwards, Mike, Eaton, Mark A, Harvey, Martin C et al. (2015) Developing and enhancing biodiversity monitoring(More)
Oliver, T. H., Heard, M. S., Isaac, N. J.B., Roy, D. B., Procter, D., Eigenbrod, F., Freckleton, R., Hector, A., Orme, C. D. L., Petchey, O. L., Proença, V., Raffaelli, D., Blake Suttle, K., Mace, G. M., Martín-López, B., Woodcock, B. A. and Bullock, J. M. (2016) A synthesis is emerging between biodiversity– ecosystem function and ecological resilience(More)
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