Jodey Peyton

Jodey Peyton
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology | CEH

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Biodiversity monitoring plays an essential role in tracking changes in ecosystems, species distributions and abundances across the globe. Data collected through both structured and unstructured biodiversity recording can inform conservation measures designed to reduce, prevent, and reverse declines in valued biodiversity of many types. However, giv...
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This dataset contains land cover classification of the Akrotiri Peninsular of Cyprus, using WorldView Imagery at 2m resolution. Images from March 2018 and July 2018 were used. All the imagery was atmospherically corrected. The thematic detail of the map was generalised to the following main vegetation/cover types: bare, lake, temporary water, salt...
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Biodiversity monitoring plays an essential role in tracking changes in ecosystems, species distributions and abundances across the globe. Data collected through both structured and unstructured biodiversity recording can inform conservation measures designed to reduce, prevent, and reverse declines in valued biodiversity of many types. However, res...
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This annex contains the information from stakeholder consultation we used to arrive at our final scheme designs in the main paper.
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This annex is simply a list of the experts that we surveyed for the costs saved portion of the paper. They have all been sent a copy of the published paper.
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This is a two page infographic version of the paper itself, designed for non-acedemic readers. Please feel free to distribute widely
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This annex covers the responses to the exert questionnaire (Annex 5) - note that we did not use all the information we provided in this study because not all of it was readilly quantifiable.
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This annex covers the methodology used in the power analysis to determine the size of the network we used in the main paper itself.
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This annex covers the overlaps between the respones that the experts (annex 4) gave to the questionnaire (annex 5 and 6) and the site networks we proposed.
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This annex is the survey sent to experts (annex 4) for the "costs saved" portion of the paper. Reminder that experts only saw 3 of the 8 reserach questions each to avoid overloading them. The survey was done in word or excel depending on respondent preferences but if you want to replicate it, it can be made in Bristol Online Survey, Survey Monkey o...
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This annex covers the value of pollination services at a 100% loss of pollinators as opposed to the 30% loss that we use in the main paper.
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This annex covers a few additional assumptions that were made duirng the economic valuation of polination services. These were not practical to overcome at the time but we hope can be relaxed in the future should better data become available
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This annex covers the full costs of monitoring across all sites and years, buidling on the cost data from Annex 3 and the ower analysis in Annex 2 as well as the information in the main methods of the paper.
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This is a complete review of all the literature concerning pollinator dependence in UK crops. If you are looking to do any sort of study on these crops, please feel free to use this as a starting point/reference list. New work is badly needed on runner beans and linseed in particular. There is also information on the price data transformations and...
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This annex breaks down all the cost data we used in estimating the costs of the scheme (and the costs saved from having such a scheme). They are based on our typical suppliers in the UK so if you are based elsewhere, bear in mind that the UK is likely to be more expensive than many other countries so please either flag this up if you convert the fi...
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This annex covers the full mathematical proof of the consumer surplus model we used in the paper. Please note that it is different from the one used in Gallai et al., 2009.
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This annex covers the full cst benefit ratios of each monitoring scheme relative to the value of pollination services and the costs of reserach saved from having the scheme.
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Invasive alien species (IAS) are known to be a major threat to biodiversity and ecosystem function and there is increasing evidence of their impacts on human health and economies globally. We undertook horizon scanning using expert-elicitation to predict arrivals of IAS that could have adverse human health or economic impacts on the island of Cypru...
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1. Resilient pollination services depend on sufficient abundance of pollinating insects over time. Currently, however, most knowledge about the status and trends of pollinators is based on changes in pollinator species richness and distribution only. 2. Systematic, long-term monitoring of pollinators is urgently needed to provide baseline informati...
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Description Quadrats recorded in the UK Sovereign Base Areas of Cyprus under two COST Action (TD1209) Short-Term Scientific Missions. Quadrats focused on stands of non-native species, particularly Acacia saligna and Eucalyptus spp. Purpose Cataloguing the novel communities created by the planting and spread of non-native species in Cyprus.
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Description: Point occurrence biological records made in February & March 2018 in the UK Sovereign Base Areas of Cyprus. Non-native species were particularly targeted. Purpose: Improving knowledge of established or establishing non-native species in Cyprus.
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102 paired habitat samples collected across the UK Sovereign Base Areas in Cyprus. One sample within each pair was targeted on a stand of a non-native species, whereas the other sample was in a similar habitat patch nearby without the focal non-native. Samples were irregular sizes in order to accommodate different non-native stand types.
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Wetlands provide multiple services to human societies. Despite policies dedicated to their protection, current European policies do not address the need to balance mosquito management approaches to mitigate dis‐services to human health and well‐being while ensuring that wetland conservation goals are met. Herein, we outline criteria for considerati...
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Many hundreds of people have engaged with our collaborative studies using expert‐elicitation approaches through facilitated discussions to dynamically inform decision‐making within the field of biological invasions. We draw on our experiences to outline ways that allow the inclusion of multiple viewpoints within expert‐elicitation while limiting or...
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The Antarctic is considered to be a pristine environment relative to other regions of the Earth, but it is increasingly vulnerable to invasions by marine, freshwater and terrestrial non-native species. The Antarctic Peninsula region (APR), which encompasses the Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands and South Orkney Islands, is by far the most...
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1.The status of pollinating insects is of international concern, but knowledge of the magnitude and extent of declines is limited by a lack of systematic monitoring. Standardised protocols are urgently needed, alongside a better understanding of how different methods and recorders (data collectors) influence estimates of pollinator abundance and di...
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Invasive alien species (IAS) are one of the major drivers of change that can negatively affect biodiversity, ecosystem functions and services and human health; islands are particularly vulnerable to biological invasions. Horizon scanning can lead to prioritisation of IAS to inform decision-making and action; its scale and scope can vary depending o...
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Executive summary 1. The threat posed by escalating numbers of INNS to biodiversity, human health and the economy is a major concern for the UK Overseas Territories (OTs). Indeed it is estimated that there are at least 2,261 non-native species occurring across the OTs (Bermuda has the highest documented occurrences with 1,139 species recorded and t...
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The European Union (EU) has recently published its first list of invasive alien species (IAS) of EU concern to which current legislation must apply. The list comprises species known to pose great threats to biodiversity and needs to be maintained and updated. Horizon scanning is seen as critical to identify the most threatening potential IAS that d...
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Soil microorganisms act as gatekeepers for soil-atmosphere carbon exchange by balancing the accumulation and release of soil organic matter. However, poor understanding of the mechanisms responsible hinders the development of effective land management strategies to enhance soil carbon storage. Here we empirically test the link between microbial eco...
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Throughout history the values and meanings attached to habitats and species in particular places have seen considerable change. Such shifts in perspective are of particular relevance to the biology of invasions, with human attention and values often determining both the initial movement of species around the world, and the decision that subsequent...
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This dataset comprises forest stand and species occurrence data for a selection of non-native species collected in the UK Sovereign Base Areas (SBA) of Cyprus in October 2015 and March 2017, with a particular focus on the area surrounding Lake Akrotiri in the Western SBA. The main focus for mapping was stands of Acacia saligna, Casuarina cunningham...
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Biological invasions are a threat to biodiversity, society and the economy. There is an urgent need to provide evidence-based assessments of the risks posed by invasive alien species (IAS) to prioritise action. Risk assessments underpin IAS policies in many ways: informing legislation; providing justification of restrictions in trade or consumer ac...
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Neonicotinoid seed dressings have caused concern world-wide. We use large field experiments to assess the effects of neonicotinoid-treated crops on three bee species across three countries (Hungary, Germany, and the United Kingdom). Winter-sown oilseed rape was grown commercially with either seed coatings containing neonicotinoids (clothianidin or...
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QuestionsWhat types of pre-sowing disturbance are most suitable to establish specialist forbs of calcareous grassland at previously agriculturally improved restored sites? What impact does management regime have on post-establishment abundance-dynamics?LocationPegsdon Hills, Bedfordshire, UK.Methods We set up a 4-yr experiment using a split-plot de...
Technical Report
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The European Union Regulation (EU) 1143/2014 on invasive alien species (IAS) establishes an EU-wide framework for action to prevent, minimise and mitigate the adverse impacts of IAS on biodiversity and centres around the development of a list of IAS of EU Concern. The initial list of IAS of EU concern will be based on available risk assessments com...
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Hedgerows provide key wildlife habitat in intensive agricultural landscapes, but are declining in length and structural condition due to a lack of rejuvenation management, neglect and over-frequent trimming with mechanised flails. Here, we test cheaper, alternative methods to traditional hedge laying methods using a multi-site manipulative field ex...
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Appendix S1. The composition of the invited participants and additional acknowledgements. Appendix S2. Instructions given to participants in each of the tasks. Appendix S3. The final list of attributes and how they changed through the tasks. Appendix S4. Comparison of the data set with all respondents to that with only the invited participants.
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Appendix S5. The dataset comprising, for each respondent, the ranks of the attributes that were considered to be the 10 greatest needs or opportunities for developing existing biodiversity monitoring programmes in the UK.
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Biodiversity is changing at unprecedented rates, and it is increasingly important that these changes are quantified through monitoring programmes. Previous recommendations for developing or enhancing these programmes focus either on the end goals, that is the intended use of the data, or on how these goals are achieved, for example through voluntee...
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Invasive alien species (IAS) are considered one of the greatest threats to biodiversity, particularly through their interactions with other drivers of change. Horizon scanning, the systematic examination of future potential threats and opportunities, leading to prioritization of IAS threats is seen as an essential component of IAS management. Our a...
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Table S1. The highest-risk future alien invasive species in Great Britain (based on their likelihood of arrival, establishment and impact on native biodiversity over the next 10 years) derived from consensus-building among experts. Dreissena bugensis was unanimously considered to be the highest ranking species. The others are ranked equally within...
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Table S2. Species ranked as posing a medium risk (ranked equally within 31–93) with respect to likelihood of arriving, establishing and having an impact on native biodiversity in Britain over the next 10 years.
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The Welsh Government has commissioned a comprehensive new ecosystem monitoring and evaluation programme to monitor the effects of Glastir, its new land management scheme, and to monitor progress towards a range of international biodiversity and environmental targets. A random sample of 1 km squares stratified by landcover types will be used both to...
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Hedgerows provide important habitat and food resources for overwintering birds, mammals and invertebrates. Currently, 41% of managed hedgerow length in England forms part of three Agri-Environment Scheme (AES) options, which specify a reduction in hedgerow cutting frequency from the most common practice of annual cutting. These AES options aim to i...
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Purpose: To develop a web environment where the TG142 proposed test actions and results can be entered and retrieved for review and electronic approval. Methods and Materials: AAPM Task Group 142 published recently a report with recommendations and tests for a comprehensive quality assurance program for external beam radiation therapy for linear ac...
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This studyinvestigatedhowlocalhabitattypeandlandscapestructureaffectsthebiomass,speciesrich- ness andfunctionaldiversityofgroundbeetlessampledfroma1000haUKarablefarm.Atalocalscale habitat typewaseithercrop(winterwheatandoilseedrape)oroneoffivefieldmarginhabitats.Sur- rounding eachofthesesamplingareas,landscapestructurewasdefinedusingremotesenseddat...
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Purpose: The aim of this study is to investigate the accuracy of IMRT treatment plans developed without a flattening filter (FF) using the finite size pencil beam which is a commonly used algorithm for IMRTtreatment planning. Compared to flattened beams, the profiles of unflattened beams vary to a greater extent with depth. Since the FSPB uses off...

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The aim of this projects is to provide a horizon scanning for the invasive alien species that are likely to arrive to the island of Cyprus as well as provide recommendations for the surveillance and management of terrestrial, freshwater and marine invasive species that impact biodiversity, ecosystem services and human health
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A pan-European, field experiment has been designed and will be delivered during 2014-2015. The results will provide policy makers and regulators with independent, high quality scientific evidence on the effects of neonicotinoids (NNI) on honeybees and help to inform their decisions.