In a new report about biodiversity research in the Netherlands and worldwide, W. Daniel Kissling from the BIOMAC lab has been designated as the most prolific author in biodiversity research in the Netherlands, based on scholarly output.
Our recent article in Biological Conservation about the role of elections as drivers of tropical deforestation has received a thoughtful correspondence by Troumbis (2023).
Daniel Kissling and Maria Lumbierres contributed to a report on novel methods for biodiversity monitoring.
W. Daniel Kissling, Yifang Shi and Jinhu Wang are guest editors for a Special Issue on "LiDAR Metrics for Habitat Condition Indicators" in the journal Remote Sensing.
A new paper in Nature Communications shows that introduced species are not able to replace extinct seed dispersers on Mauritius.
A short summary of our workshop on Essential Biodiversity Variable workflows is available on the EuropaBON website.
A 20 million euro grant from the Dutch Science Foundation will facilitate the building of digital twins of ecosystems.