Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos
Alexander von Humboldt

Investigación en biodiversidad y servicios ecosistémicos para la toma de decisiones

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    • Cheap carbon and biodiversity co-benefits from forest regeneration in a hotspot of endemism . 

      Gilroy, James J.; Woodcock, Paul; Edwards, Felicity A.; Wheeler, Charlotte; Baptiste-Ballera, Brigitte L.G.; Medina-Uribe, Claudia A.; Haugaasen, Torbjørn; Edwards, David P. (Nature Research, 2014-04-28)
      Climate change and biodiversity loss can be addressed simultaneously by well-planned conservation policies, but this requires information on the alignment of co-benefits under different management actions.
    • Optimizing carbon storage and biodiversity protection in tropical agricultural landscapes. 

      Gilroy, James J.; Woodcock, Paul; Edwards, Felicity A.; Wheeler, Charlotte; Medina-Uribe, Claudia A.; Haugaasen, Torbjorn; Edwards, David P. (Wiley, 2014-07)
      With the rapidly expanding ecological footprint of agriculture, the design of farmed landscapes will play an increasingly important role for both carbon storage and biodiversity protection.
    • Thermally buffered microhabitats recovery in tropical secondary forests following land abandonment. 

      González del Pliego, Pamela; Scheffers, Brett R.; Basham, EdmundW.; Woodcock, Paul; Wheeler, Charlotte; Gilroy, James J.; Medina-Uribe, Claudia A.; Haugaasen, Torbjørn; Freckleton, Rob P.; Edwards, David P. (Elsevier, 2016-09)
      Given the dramatic loss of tropical forests and accelerating climate change, secondary forest regeneration is increasingly recognised as being an important method for reversing losses in biodiversity and carbon stocks. The ...