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#94 February 2016

Targeting threats alone won’t save our wildlife
Many vegetation communities to be found mostly in small remnants
Inconsistent classifications have consequences
Accounting for the interactions between management actions
The fragmented landscape and human wellbeing
How ecosystem services inform decisions
Introducing our researchers

On threat and service

From the editor

Beyond threat maps

Targeting threats alone won’t save our wildlife

Small patches need greater protection

Many vegetation communities to be found mostly in small remnants

What’s in a name?

Inconsistent classifications have consequences

Threat management and conservation priorities

Accounting for the interactions between management actions

Fragmentation and ecosystem services

The fragmented landscape and human wellbeing

Making more of the concept of ecosystem services

How ecosystem services inform decisions

About CEED

Introducing our researchers

CEED’s big bash

A conference with a difference

Introducing COMADRE & COMPADRE

Two global demographic databases

Big Data hits Conservation Biology

A CEED workshop

Tree of life reveals insights on plant variation

Examining life histories

Major shortfalls in marine conservation

Species remain largely unprotected

Migratory birds lack protection

We need more international collaboration

A new polar protection plan

Tackling threats at both poles

Australian cities critical for threatened wildlife

Protecting what's in your neighbourhood