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.

Geographic and taxonomic patterns of extinction risk in Australian squamates

Reid Tingley, Stewart L. Macdonald, Nicola J. Mitchell, John C.Z. Woinarski, Shai Meiri, Phil Bowles, Neil A. Cox, Glenn M. Shea, Monika Böhm, Janice Chanson, Marcelo F. Tognelli, Jaclyn Harris, Claire Walke, Natasha Harrison, Savannah Victor, Calum Woods, Andrew P. Amey, Mike Bamford, Gareth Catt, Nick Clemann, Patrick J. Couper, Hal Cogger, Mark Cowan, Michael D. Craig, Chris R. Dickman, Paul Doughty, Ryan Ellis, Aaron Fenner, Stewart Ford, Glen Gaikhorst, Graeme R. Gillespie, Matthew J. Greenlees, Rod Hobson, Conrad J. Hoskin, Ric How, Mark N. Hutchinson, Ray Lloyd, Peter McDonald, Jane Melville, Damian R. Michael, Craig Moritz, Paul M. Oliver, Garry Peterson, Peter Robertson, Chris Sanderson, Ruchira Somaweera, Roy Teale, Leonie Valentine, Eric Vanderduys, Melanie Venz, Erik Wapstra, Steve Wilson, David G. Chapple

Biological Conservation, 238, 108203

October 01, 2019

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Tingley, R., Macdonald, S. L., Mitchell, N. J., Woinarski, J. C. Z., Meiri, S., Bowles, P., … Chanson, J. (2019). Geographic and taxonomic patterns of extinction risk in Australian squamates. Biological Conservation, 238, 108203. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108203

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