Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

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To date, Conservation International has published more than 1,300 peer-reviewed articles, many in leading journals including Science, Nature and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Here is an archive of our most recent research:

Top 100 research questions for biodiversity conservation in Southeast Asia

J.L. Coleman, J.S. Ascher, D. Bickford, D. Buchori, A. Cabanban, R.A. Chisholm, K.Y. Chong, P. Christie, G.R. Clements, T.E.E. dela Cruz, W. Dressler, D.P. Edwards, C.M. Francis, D.A. Friess, X. Giam, L. Gibson, D. Huang, A.C. Hughes, Z. Jaafar, A. Jain, L.P. Koh, E.P. Kudavidanage, B.P.Y.-H. Lee, J. Lee, T.M. Lee, M. Leggett, B. Leimona, M. Linkie, M. Luskin, A. Lynam, E. Meijaard, V. Nijman, A. Olsson, S. Page, P. Parolin, K.S.-H. Peh, M.R. Posa, G.W. Prescott, S.A. Rahman, S.J. Ramchunder, M. Rao, J. Reed, D.R. Richards, E.M. Slade, R. Steinmetz, P.Y. Tan, D. Taylor, P.A. Todd, S.T. Vo, E.L. Webb, A.D. Ziegler, L.R. Carrasco

Biological Conservation, 234, 211-220

June 01, 2019

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Coleman, J. L., Ascher, J. S., Bickford, D., Buchori, D., Cabanban, A., Chisholm, R. A., … dela Cruz, T. E. E. (2019). Top 100 research questions for biodiversity conservation in Southeast Asia. Biological Conservation, 234, 211–220. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.03.028