Predictive Tools for Targeting Conservation Effort in Bornean Forest Reserves, Sabah
Dr Jane K Hill
University of York, Biology
Host Country Institutions:
Forest Research Centre - Sabah
To prioritise the biological importance of forest reserves for maximising biodiversity, and to provide clear practical advice on biodiversity consequences of changes in climate and land-use. To enable effective long-term conservation plannin
Quantitative assessment of conservation value of forest reserves based on a range of integrated biodiversity criteria. Training of 2 Darwin Fellows in ecological and modelling techniques for reserve design and assessment and for predicting potential biodiversity changes in the future.
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