Cities are hotspots for threatened species
Christopher D Ives, Pia E Lentini, Caragh G Threlfall, Karen Ikin, Danielle F Shanahan, Georgia E Garrard, Sarah A Bekessy, Richard A Fuller, Laura Mumaw, Laura Rayner, Ross Rowe, Leonie E Valentine, Dave Kendal
Global Ecology and Biogeography | WILEY | Published : 2016
Awarded by ARC Discovery Grant
Awarded by ARC Linkage Grant
This research arose from a workshop held in Bungendore, NSW, in 2013, supported by the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED). C.D.I., P.E.L., K.I., D.F.S., S.A.B., R.A.F. and L.E.V. are supported by the Australian Government National Environmental Research Program Environmental Decisions Hub (NERP ED). C.D.I., K.I., G.E.G., S.A.B., L.M., L.R. and L.E.V. are supported by the ARC CEED. G.E.G. is supported by The Myer Foundation. S.A.B. and R.A.F. are ARC Future Fellows. D.F.S. is supported through ARC Discovery Grant DP120102857. D.K. is supported by the Baker Foundation. C.G.T. is supported through ARC Linkage Grant LP110100686. We thank three anonymous referees and two editors whose comments substantially improved this manuscript.