Director, Conservation Priorities Science
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Dave Hole is Director, Conservation Priorities Science, and has worked in Conservation International's Science & Knowledge Division since 2008. His interests focus on biodiversity and protected areas and on defining strategies to maintain their effectiveness into an uncertain, dynamic future. More recently, he has begun exploring how we can utilize ecosystems and the services they provide to buffer people from the negative impacts of climate change. A native of the UK, Dr. Hole graduated from the University of Lancaster, before completing a Masters at Durham University and a PhD at Oxford.
Jones, H.J., Hole, D.G. and Zavaleta, E. (in press) Harnessing nature to help people adapt to climate change. Nature Climate Change.
Bradley, B.A., Estes, L.D., Hole, D.G., Holness, S., Oppenheimer, M., Turner, W.R., Beukes, H., Schulze, R., Tadross, M.A. and Wilcove, D.S. (in press) Predicting how adaptation to climate change could affect ecological conservation: secondary impacts of shifting agricultural suitability. Diversity & Distributions.
Huntley, B., Altwegg, R., Barnard, P., Collingham, Y.C. and Hole, D.G. (in press) Modelling relationships between species’ spatial abundance patterns and climate. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
Hole, D.G., Huntley, B, Arinaitwe, J., Butchart, S.H.M., Collingham, Y.C., Fishpool, L.D.C., Pain, D.J. and Willis, S.G. (2011) Toward a management framework for networks of protected areas in the face of climate change. Conservation Biology, 25, 305-315.
Hole, D.G., Young, K.R., Seimon, A., Wichtendahl, C.G., Hoffmann, D., Paez, K.S., Sanchez, S., Muchoney, D., Grau, H.R. and Ramirez, E. (2011) Adaptive management for biodiversity conservation under climate change – a tropical Andean perspective. In: Climate Change Effects on the Biodiversity of the Tropical Andes: An Assessment of the Status of Scientific Knowledge. IAI-SCOPE.
Turner, W.R., Bradley, B.A., Estes, L.D., Hole, D.G., Oppenheimer, M. and Wilcove, D.S. (2010) Climate change: helping nature survive the human response. Conservation Letters, 3, 304-312.
Huntley, B., Barnard, P., Altwegg, R., Chambers, L., Coetzee, B.W.T., Gibson, L., Hockey, P.A.R., Hole, D.G., Midgley, G.F., Underhill, L.G. and Willis, S.G. (2010) Beyond bioclimatic envelopes: dynamic species’ range and abundance modeling in the context of climatic change. Ecography, 33, 621-626.
Lindsay, S.W., Hole, D.G., Hutchinson, R.A., Richards, S. and Willis, S.G. (2010) Assessing the future threat from vivax malaria in the United Kingdom using two markedly different modelling approaches. Malaria Journal, 9, 70-78.
Hole, D.G., Willis, S.G., Pain, D.J., Fishpool, L.D., Butchart, S.H.M., Collingham, Y.C., Rahbeck, C. and Huntley, B. (2009) Projected impacts of climate change on a continent-wide protected area network. Ecology Letters, 12, 420-431.