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Top 100 research questions for biodiversity conservation in Southeast Asia
Coleman, J. L.; Ascher, J. S.; Bickford, D.; Buchori, D.; Cabanban, A.; Chisholm, R. A.; Chong, K. Y.; Christie, P.; Clements, G. R.; dela Cruz, T. E. E.; Dresslerh, W.; Edwards, D. P.; Francis, C. M.; Friess, D. A.; Giam, X.; Gibson, L.; Huang, D.; Hughes, A. C.; Jaafar, Z.; Jain, A.; Koh, L. P.; Kudavidanage, E. P.; Lee, B. P. Y. -H.; Lee, J.; Lee, T. M.; Leggett, M.; Leimona, B.; Linkie, M.; Luskin, M.; Lynam, A.; Meijaard, E.; Nijman, V.; Olsson, A.; Page, S.; Parolin, P.; Peh, K. S. -H.; Posa, M. R.; Prescott, G. W.; Rahman, af A.; Ramchunder, S. J.; Rao, M.; Reed, J.; Richards, D. R.; Slade, E. M.; Steinmetz, R.; Tan, P. Y.; Taylor, D.; Todd, P. A.; Vo, S. T.; Webb, E. L.; Ziegler, A. D.; Carrasco, L. R.

Southeast (SE) Asia holds high regional biodiversity and endemism levels but is also one of the world's most threatened regions. Local, regional and global threats could have severe consequences for the future survival of many species and the provision of ecosystem services. In the face of myriad pressing environmental problems, we carried out a research prioritisation exercise involving 64 experts whose research relates to conservation biology and sustainability in SE Asia. Experts proposed the most pressing research questions which, if answered, would advance the goals of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development in SE Asia. We received a total of 333 questions through three rounds of elicitation, ranked them (by votes) following a workshop and grouped them into themes. The top 100 questions depict SE Asia as a region where strong pressures on biodiversity interact in complex and poorly understood ways. They point to a lack of information about multiple facets of the environment, while exposing the many threats to biodiversity and human wellbeing. The themes that emerged indicate the need to evaluate specific drivers of biodiversity loss (wildlife harvesting, agricultural expansion, climate change, infrastructure development, pollution) and even to identify which species and habitats are most at risk. They also suggest the need to study the effectiveness of practice-based solutions (protected areas, ecological restoration), the human dimension (social interventions, organisational systems and processes and, the impacts of biodiversity loss and conservation interventions on people). Finally, they highlight gaps in fundamental knowledge of ecosystem function. These 100 questions should help prioritise and coordinate research, conservation, education and outreach activities and the distribution of scarce conservation resources in SE Asia.

Subject AreaBiodiversity & Conservation ; Environmental Sciences & Ecology
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WOS IDWOS:000468718500025
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Affiliation1.[Coleman, J. L.
2.Ascher, J. S.
3.Chisholm, R. A.
4.Chong, K. Y.
5.Huang, D.
6.Jaafar, Z.
7.Posa, M. R.
8.Prescott, G. W.
9.Todd, P. A.
10.Webb, E. L.
11.Carrasco, L. R.] Natl Univ Singapore, Dept Biol Sci, Singapore, Singapore
12.[Bickford, D.] Univ La Verne, Dept Biol, La Verne, CA USA
13.[Buchori, D.] Bogor Agr Univ, Bogor, Indonesia
14.[Cabanban, A.] Wetlands Int, Quezon City, Philippines
15.[Christie, P.] Univ Washington, Sch Marine & Environm Affairs, Seattle, WA 98195 USA
16.[Christie, P.] Univ Washington, Jackson Sch Int Studies, Seattle, WA 98195 USA
17.[Clements, G. R.] Sunway Univ, Dept Biol Sci, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
18.[dela Cruz, T. E. E.] Univ Santo Tomas, Coll Sci, Dept Biol Sci, Espana Blvd, Manila 1008, Philippines
19.[Dresslerh, W.] Univ Melbourne, Sch Geog, Melbourne, Vic, Australia
20.[Edwards, D. P.] Univ Sheffield, Western Bank, Dept Anim & Plant Sci, Sheffield S10 2TN, S Yorkshire, England
21.[Francis, C. M.] Environm & Climate Change Canada, Canadian Wildlife Serv, Ottawa, ON, Canada
22.[Friess, D. A.
23.Ramchunder, S. J.
24.Taylor, D.
25.Ziegler, A. D.] Natl Univ Singapore, Dept Geog, 1 Arts Link, Singapore 117570, Singapore
26.[Giam, X.] Univ Tennessee, Dept Ecol & Evolutionary Biol, Knoxville, TN USA
27.[Gibson, L.] Southern Univ Sci & Technol, Sch Environm Sci & Engn, Shenzhen, Peoples R China
28.[Hughes, A. C.] Chinese Acad Sci, Xishuangbanna Trop Bot Garden, Ctr Integrat Conservat, Beijing, Peoples R China
29.[Jain, A.] BirdLife Int Asia, 354 Tanglin Rd, Singapore, Singapore
30.[Koh, L. P.] Conservat Int, Betty & Gordon Moore Ctr Sci, 2011 Crystal Dr 500, Arlington, VA 22202 USA
31.[Kudavidanage, E. P.] Sabaragamuwa Univ Sri Lanka, Fac Sci Appl, Dept Nat Resources, Balangoda, Sri Lanka
32.[Lee, B. P. Y. -H.] Natl Pk Board, Singapore, Singapore
33.[Lee, J.] Nanyang Technol Univ, Asian Sch Environm, 50 Nanyang Ave,Block N2-01-C, Singapore 639798, Singapore
34.[Lee, T. M.] Sun Yat Sen Univ, State Key Lab Biol Control, Guangzhou, Guangdong, Peoples R China
35.[Lee, T. M.] Sun Yat Sen Univ, Sch Life Sci, Guangzhou, Guangdong, Peoples R China
36.[Leggett, M.
37.Linkie, M.] Indonesia Program, Wildlife Conservat Soc, Bogor, Indonesia
38.[Leimona, B.] World Agroforestry Ctr, Bogor, Indonesia
39.[Luskin, M.] Smithsonian Trop Res Inst, Ctr Trop Forest Sci, Forest Global Earth Observ, Washington, DC USA
40.[Luskin, M.] Nanyang Technol Univ, Asian Sch Environm, Singapore, Singapore
41.[Lynam, A.] Wildlife Conservat Soc Thailand, Nonthaburi, Thailand
42.[Meijaard, E.] Borneo Futures, Block C,Unit C8,Second Floor,Lot 51461, Kampung Kota Batu, Brunei
43.[Nijman, V.] Oxford Brookes Univ, Dept Social Sci, Oxford, England
44.[Olsson, A.] Conservat Int, 308 Tanglin Rd,01-02 Phoenix Pk Off Campus, Singapore 247974, Singapore
45.[Page, S.] Univ Leicester, Sch Geog Geol & Environm, Leicester, Leics, England
46.[Parolin, P.] Univ Cote Azur, CNRS, INRA, ISA, Nice, France
47.[Peh, K. S. -H.] Univ Southampton, Sch Biol Sci, Univ Rd, Southampton SO17 1BJ, Hants, England
48.[Reed, J.] Ctr Int Forestry Res CIFOR Indonesia, Bogor, Indonesia
49.[Rao, M.] Wildlife Conservat Soc, Singapore, Singapore
50.[Richards, D. R.] Singapore ETH Ctr, ETH Zurich, Singapore, Singapore
51.[Slade, E. M.] Univ Oxford, Dept Zool, South Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3PS, England
52.[Slade, E. M.] Univ Lancaster, Lancaster Environm Ctr, Lancaster, England
53.[Steinmetz, R.] World Wildlife Fund, Bangkok, Thailand
54.[Tan, P. Y.] Natl Univ Singapore, Sch Design & Environm, Dept Architecture, Singapore, Singapore
55.[Vo, S. T.] Vietnam Acad Sci & Technol, Inst Oceanog, Hanoi, Vietnam
56.[Kudavidanage, E. P.] TERN, Piliyandala, Sri Lanka
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Coleman, J. L.,Ascher, J. S.,Bickford, D.,et al. Top 100 research questions for biodiversity conservation in Southeast Asia[J]. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION,2019,234(x):211-220.
APA Coleman, J. L..,Ascher, J. S..,Bickford, D..,Buchori, D..,Cabanban, A..,...&Carrasco, L. R..(2019).Top 100 research questions for biodiversity conservation in Southeast Asia.BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION,234(x),211-220.
MLA Coleman, J. L.,et al."Top 100 research questions for biodiversity conservation in Southeast Asia".BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION 234.x(2019):211-220.
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