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State of Nature 2016

The State of Nature in the UK and its Overseas Territories.

RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Fiona Burns
Authors
State of Nature partnership
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State of Nature 2016 Scotland report

The State of Nature in Scotland.

RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Fiona Burns
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State of Nature 2016 Wales report - Welsh

The State of Nature in Wales.

RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Fiona Burns
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The predation of wild birds in the UK: a review of its conservation impact and management

Predation is a natural phenomenon to which all bird species are subject, and predators have lived alongside most of their current natural bird prey for millennia without eliminating them. However, bird populations can decline or their numbers can be held low where levels of predation on them are high.

RSPB Authors
Dr David Gibbons, Dr Guy Anderson, Dr Mark Bolton, Dr Richard Bradbury, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Ian Johnstone, Dr Will Peach, Dr Ron Summers, Prof Jeremy Wilson
Authors
Gibbons D.W. and colleagues
Published in
RSPB Research Report no 23. RSPB, Sandy
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Using birds as indicators of biodiversity

Here we develop a new method for reducing information on population trends for a large number of bird species into a simple composite indicator. This approach standardises species trends and creates...

RSPB Authors
Dr Rob Field
Authors
Gregory, R. D., Noble, D., Field, R., Marchant, J., Raven, M. and Gibbons, D. W.
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Ornis Hungarica
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Case study no 15: Renewable energy and conservation science

Part of a collection that aims to highlight RSPB science from the last decade. This case study focuses on the evidence available in support of the RSPB's position on renewables.

Authors
Dr Rowena Langston
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Case study no 16: Climate change research

Part of a collection that aims to highlight RSPB science from the last decade. Climate change is a substantial and growing threat to wildlife in the UK and globally.

RSPB Authors
Dr Steven Ewing
Authors
Dr Steven Ewing
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Measuring restoration progress using pore- and surface-water chemistry across a chronosequence of formerly afforested blanket bogs

During the restoration of degraded bogs and other peatlands, both habitat and functional recovery can be closely linked with nutrient cycling, which is reflected in pore- and surface-water chemistry. Several peatland restoration studies have shown that the time required for recovery of target conditions is slow...

RSPB Authors
Dr Mark Hancock
Authors
Gaffney, P.P.J., Hancock, M.H., Taggart, M.A. & Andersen, R.
Published in
Journal of Environment Management 219: 239-251
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State of Nature 2016 England report

The State of Nature in England.

RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Fiona Burns
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State of Nature 2016 supplementary material

State of Nature 2016 supplementary material

RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Fiona Burns
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