Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
The Moore Center for Science at Conservation International is one of the world’s premier conservation research institutes, producing and applying groundbreaking and policy-relevant research to help decision-makers protect nature. To date, Conservation International has published more than 1,100 peer-reviewed articles, many in leading journals including Science, Nature and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
On average, each of our scientific papers is cited more than 45 times by other scholars — a rate exceeding that of any other U.S. conservation organization as well as leading universities.
Here is an archive of our most recent research.
Fish assemblage composition within the floodplain habitat mosaic of a tropical lake (Tonle Sap, Cambodia)
Thomas Pool, Vittoria Elliott, Gordon Holtgrieve, Mauricio Arias, Irit Altman, Leslie Kaufman, Kevin McCann, Evan D. G. Fraser, Loïc Tudesque, Mathieu Chevalier, Gael Grenouillet, Ratha Chea, Sovan Lek, Bailey McMeans, Michael Cooperman, Chheng Phen, Lee Hannah, Ben Miller, Chuanbo Guo, So Nam
Freshwater Biology, 64, 2026-2036
August 27, 2019Read More
Pool, T., Elliott, V., Holtgrieve, G., Arias, M., Altman, I., Kaufman, L., … Nam, S. (2019). Fish assemblage composition within the floodplain habitat mosaic of a tropical lake (Tonle Sap, Cambodia). Freshwater Biology, 64(11), 2026–2036. doi:10.1111/fwb.13391