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Future Novel Threats and Opportunities Facing UK Biodiversity Identified by Horizon Scanning

1. Horizon scanning is an essential tool for environmental scientists if they are to contribute to the evidence base for Government, its agencies and other decision makers to devise and implement environmental policies. The implication of not foreseeing issues that are foreseeable is illustrated... Full description

1st Person: Sutherland, William J.
Additional Persons: Bailey, Mark J. verfasserin; Bainbridge, Ian P. verfasserin; Brereton, Tom verfasserin; Dick, Jaimie T. A. verfasserin; Drewitt, Joanna verfasserin; Dulvy, Nicholas K. verfasserin; Dusic, Nicholas R. verfasserin; Freckleton, Robert P. verfasserin; Gaston, Kevin J. verfasserin; Gilder, Pam M. verfasserin; Green, Rhys E. verfasserin; Heathwaite, A. Louise verfasserin; Johnson, Sally M. verfasserin; Macdonald, David W. verfasserin; Mitchell, Roger verfasserin; Osborn, Daniel verfasserin; Owen, Roger P. verfasserin; Pretty, Jules verfasserin; Prior, Stephanie V. verfasserin; Prosser, Havard verfasserin; Pullin, Andrew S. verfasserin; Rose, Paul verfasserin; Stott, Andrew verfasserin; Tew, Tom verfasserin; Thomas, Chris D. verfasserin; Thompson, Des B. A. verfasserin; Vickery, Juliet A. verfasserin; Walker, Matt verfasserin; Walmsley, Clive verfasserin; Warrington, Stuart verfasserin; Watkinson, Andrew R. verfasserin; Williams, Rich J. verfasserin; Woodroffe, Rosie verfasserin; Woodroof, Harry J. verfasserin
Source: in Journal of applied ecology : an official journal of the British Ecological Society Vol. 45, No. 3 (2008), p. 821-833
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2008
Keywords: research-article
conservation
conservation policy
decision making
environmental risk
nanotechnology
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