Mind the gap … in our knowledge

Last December, I participated in the public engagement event Mind the gap … in our knowledge at the Zoological Society of London. The event explored biases in conservation information, highlighted reasons and mechanisms behind knowledge gaps, and outlined their relevance for the success of conservation science.

Mind_The_Gap_Logo_by_rrwardAn audio recording of my talk, entitled Monitoring global biodiversity under data uncertainty, is now available along with the corresponding Power Point slides on the event webpage. An audio recording and Power Point slides are also available for Zoe Brooke’s excellent talk on Nature and notoriety: linking species traits and the extent to which they are studied.

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