Posts Tagged ‘assess’

Report Calls for Improved Methods to Assess Earthquake-Caused Soil Liquefaction

Effectively engineering infrastructure to protect life and to mitigate the economic, environmental, and social impacts of liquefaction requires the ability to accurately assess the likelihood of liquefaction and its consequences. A new report by the…

The private life of echidnas: using accelerometry and GPS to examine field biomechanics and assess the ecological impact of a widespread, semi-fossorial monotreme [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Christofer J. Clemente, Christine E. Cooper, Philip C. Withers, Craig Freakley, Surya Singh, and Philip Terrill
The short-beaked echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus) is a monotreme and therefore provides a unique combination of phylogenetic history, morph…

Article Alert: Fostering integration between biodiversity monitoring and modelling

A new editorial, published in the Journal of Apllied Ecology looks at modelling and monitoring as methods for adaptive biodiversity management in the 21st century.


With increasing threats on biodiversity, informed conservatio…

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