Eve McDonald-Madden mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, Biodiversity, Accountability, Ecology and Protected area. Her studies deal with areas such as Conservation psychology and Nature Conservation as well as Environmental resource management. Her Biodiversity study combines topics in areas such as Yield, Environmental protection and Action.
Central element, Environmental economics, Environmental monitoring, Decision tree and Endangered species are fields of study that intersect with her Accountability research. Eve McDonald-Madden interconnects Decision support system and Sociology of scientific knowledge in the investigation of issues within Ecology. Her Protected area research incorporates themes from Critically endangered and Gap analysis.
Her main research concerns Ecology, Environmental resource management, Biodiversity, Threatened species and Natural resource economics. As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Ecology, concentrating on Extinction and intersecting with Endangered species. Her work carried out in the field of Environmental resource management brings together such families of science as Ecosystem, Ecosystem services, Decision tree, Climate change and Risk analysis.
Her Biodiversity research includes elements of Range, Ecological systems theory, Protected area, Population size and Introduced species. In Threatened species, she works on issues like Stochastic programming, which are connected to Adaptive management. Her Ecology study often links to related topics such as Decision support system.
Her primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Natural resource economics, Biodiversity, Ecosystem and Return on investment. In general Ecology, her work in Ecology, Dasyurus viverrinus and Quoll is often linked to Gastrointestinal Microbiome and Pollinator linking many areas of study. Her Natural resource economics research includes themes of Bushmeat, Wildlife, Fixation, Sustainability and Renewable energy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Human pressure, Threatened species, Environmental resource management and Ecosystem services in addition to Biodiversity. In general Environmental resource management study, her work on Protected area often relates to the realm of Eastern curlew, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her study in the field of Seagrass also crosses realms of Temperature stress, Atmospheric sciences and Bayesian inference.
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Predicting species distributions for conservation decisions
A. Guisan;R. Tingley;J. B. Baumgartner;I. Naujokaitis-Lewis.
Ecology Letters (2013)
Is conservation triage just smart decision making
Madeleine C Bottrill;Liana N Joseph;Josie Carwardine;Michael Bode.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2008)
Acting fast helps avoid extinction
Tara G. Martin;Tara G. Martin;Simon Nally;Andrew A. Burbidge;Sophie Arnall.
Conservation Letters (2012)
Replacing underperforming protected areas achieves better conservation outcomes
Richard A. Fuller;Richard A. Fuller;Eve McDonald-Madden;Eve McDonald-Madden;Kerrie A. Wilson;Josie Carwardine;Josie Carwardine.
Monitoring does not always count.
Eve McDonald-Madden;Eve McDonald-Madden;Peter W.J. Baxter;Peter W.J. Baxter;Richard A. Fuller;Richard A. Fuller;Tara G. Martin;Tara G. Martin.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2010)
Uncertainty and adaptive management for biodiversity conservation
David A. Keith;Tara G. Martin;Eve McDonald-Madden;Carl Walters.
Biological Conservation (2011)
Conservation in a Wicked Complex World; Challenges and Solutions
Edward T. Game;Edward T. Game;Erik Meijaard;Erik Meijaard;Douglas Sheil;Douglas Sheil;Douglas Sheil;Eve McDonald-Madden;Eve McDonald-Madden.
Conservation Letters (2014)
When to stop managing or surveying cryptic threatened species
Iadine Chadès;Eve McDonald-Madden;Michael A. McCarthy;Brendan Wintle.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Why do we map threats? Linking threat mapping with actions to make better conservation decisions
Vivitskaia Jd D. Tulloch;Ayesha It T. Tulloch;Ayesha It T. Tulloch;Piero Visconti;Benjamin S. Halpern;Benjamin S. Halpern.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2015)
Should We Protect the Strong or the Weak? Risk, Resilience, and the Selection of Marine Protected Areas
Edward T. Game;Edward T. Game;Eve McDONALD‐MADDEN;Marji L. Puotinen;Hugh P. Possingham.
Conservation Biology (2008)
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