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The future of hyperdiverse tropical ecosystems. / Barlow, Jos; Franca, Filipe; Gardner, Toby A.; Hicks, Christina C.; Lennox, Gareth D.; Berenguer, Erika; Castello, Leandro; Economo, Evan P.; Ferreira, Joice; Guenard, Benoit; Leal, Cecilia Gontijo; Isaac, Victoria; Lees, Alexander C.; Parr, Catherine L.; Wilson, Shaun K.; Young, Paul J.; Graham, Nicholas A. J.

In: Nature, Vol. 559, No. 7715, 25.07.2018, p. 517-526.

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Barlow, J, Franca, F, Gardner, TA, Hicks, CC, Lennox, GD, Berenguer, E, Castello, L, Economo, EP, Ferreira, J, Guenard, B, Leal, CG, Isaac, V, Lees, AC, Parr, CL, Wilson, SK, Young, PJ & Graham, NAJ 2018, 'The future of hyperdiverse tropical ecosystems', Nature, vol. 559, no. 7715, pp. 517-526. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-018-0301-1

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Barlow, J., Franca, F., Gardner, T. A., Hicks, C. C., Lennox, G. D., Berenguer, E., Castello, L., Economo, E. P., Ferreira, J., Guenard, B., Leal, C. G., Isaac, V., Lees, A. C., Parr, C. L., Wilson, S. K., Young, P. J., & Graham, N. A. J. (2018). The future of hyperdiverse tropical ecosystems. Nature, 559(7715), 517-526. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-018-0301-1

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Barlow, Jos ; Franca, Filipe ; Gardner, Toby A. ; Hicks, Christina C. ; Lennox, Gareth D. ; Berenguer, Erika ; Castello, Leandro ; Economo, Evan P. ; Ferreira, Joice ; Guenard, Benoit ; Leal, Cecilia Gontijo ; Isaac, Victoria ; Lees, Alexander C. ; Parr, Catherine L. ; Wilson, Shaun K. ; Young, Paul J. ; Graham, Nicholas A. J. / The future of hyperdiverse tropical ecosystems. In: Nature. 2018 ; Vol. 559, No. 7715. pp. 517-526.

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title = "The future of hyperdiverse tropical ecosystems",
abstract = "The tropics contain the overwhelming majority of Earth's biodiversity: their terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecosystems hold more than three-quarters of all species, including almost all shallow-water corals and over 90% of terrestrial birds. However, tropical ecosystems are also subject to pervasive and interacting stressors, such as deforestation, overfishing and climate change, and they are set within a socio-economic context that includes growing pressure from an increasingly globalized world, larger and more affluent tropical populations, and weak governance and response capacities. Concerted local, national and international actions are urgently required to prevent a collapse of tropical biodiversity.",
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author = "Jos Barlow and Filipe Franca and Gardner, {Toby A.} and Hicks, {Christina C.} and Lennox, {Gareth D.} and Erika Berenguer and Leandro Castello and Economo, {Evan P.} and Joice Ferreira and Benoit Guenard and Leal, {Cecilia Gontijo} and Victoria Isaac and Lees, {Alexander C.} and Parr, {Catherine L.} and Wilson, {Shaun K.} and Young, {Paul J.} and Graham, {Nicholas A. J.}",
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AU - Franca, Filipe

AU - Gardner, Toby A.

AU - Hicks, Christina C.

AU - Lennox, Gareth D.

AU - Berenguer, Erika

AU - Castello, Leandro

AU - Economo, Evan P.

AU - Ferreira, Joice

AU - Guenard, Benoit

AU - Leal, Cecilia Gontijo

AU - Isaac, Victoria

AU - Lees, Alexander C.

AU - Parr, Catherine L.

AU - Wilson, Shaun K.

AU - Young, Paul J.

AU - Graham, Nicholas A. J.

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N2 - The tropics contain the overwhelming majority of Earth's biodiversity: their terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecosystems hold more than three-quarters of all species, including almost all shallow-water corals and over 90% of terrestrial birds. However, tropical ecosystems are also subject to pervasive and interacting stressors, such as deforestation, overfishing and climate change, and they are set within a socio-economic context that includes growing pressure from an increasingly globalized world, larger and more affluent tropical populations, and weak governance and response capacities. Concerted local, national and international actions are urgently required to prevent a collapse of tropical biodiversity.

AB - The tropics contain the overwhelming majority of Earth's biodiversity: their terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecosystems hold more than three-quarters of all species, including almost all shallow-water corals and over 90% of terrestrial birds. However, tropical ecosystems are also subject to pervasive and interacting stressors, such as deforestation, overfishing and climate change, and they are set within a socio-economic context that includes growing pressure from an increasingly globalized world, larger and more affluent tropical populations, and weak governance and response capacities. Concerted local, national and international actions are urgently required to prevent a collapse of tropical biodiversity.

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KW - CORAL-REEF FISHERIES

KW - PROTECTED AREAS

KW - GLOBAL PATTERNS

KW - CLIMATE-CHANGE

KW - CONSERVATION CHALLENGES

KW - BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS

KW - MULTIPLE STRESSORS

KW - WILDLIFE DECLINES

KW - SPECIES RICHNESS

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