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Considerable effort has been devoted to the empirical estimation of species interaction strengths. This effort has focused primarily on statistical significance testing and on obtaining point estimates of parameters that contribute to interaction strength magnitude, leaving characterizations of estimation uncertainty and distinctions between the de...
On 5 November 2019, five of us published the paper "World scientists' warning of a climate emergency" in the journal BioScience with with over 11,000 (at the time) scientist co-signatories.... now over 13,800 from 156 countries. Together with coauthor Prof Bill Moomaw, government partners at different scales, and media partners Transmediavision USA, EarthX TV, and FacingFuture TV, I've been working on spelling out how to implement actions in our six core areas of recommendation to avert the worst of the climate emergency at local levels. Interested in helping globally or in your area? Please email me at email@example.com.
I am a co-signatory for the in-press Viewpoint article in the journal BioScience (https://academic.oup.com/bioscience) [Oxford University Press] entitled “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: a second notice” by Ripple et. al. (2017). The pre-print article can be read at: [ http://scientistswarning.forestry.oregonstate.edu/ ]. If you are a scientist from any scientific discipline (e.g. ecology, medicine, economics, etc.), and are concerned about global environmental and climate trends, the authors invite you to become a co-signatory of the paper. According to the website, more than 13,000 scientists from 180 countries have already signed.
Map, Monitor and Model critical locations where proposed development corridors require modification in order to reduce impacts on key protected areas in Equatorial Africa sub-region