This year the ICCB (27th International Congress for Conservation Biology; 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology) was held in Montpellier, France (2-6 August 2015). GMA lab members participated organizing a symposium, presenting 5 oral interventions and 3 posters!
Michela Pacifici presented as one of the finalist of the student award!
Di Marco & Rondinini – Advances on human pressure quantification and biodiversity monitoring under global change
Santini, Cornulier, Bullock, Palmer, White, Bocedi, Hodgson, Rondinini, Travis – modeling spread rate in terrestrial mammals and the ability to track a shifting climate: a trait space approach
Baisero & Rondinini – the influence of protected area selection criteria on measures of conservation effort
Pacifici, Visconti, Watson, Rondinini – Ecological and biological characteristics explain the response of species to recent climatic changes
Di Marco, Collen, Rondinini, Mace – Historical drivers of extinction risk: using past evidence to direct future monitoring
Rondinini – Challanges for combining indicators, models and scenarios of human pressure and biodiversity response into a coherent story
Di Marco & Santini – Human pressures predict species’ geographic range size better than biological traits
Santini, Saura, Rondinini – connectivity of the global network of protected areas
Rondinini, Visconti – Decline of european large mammals under global change scenarios