Can volunteers’ data be used to monitor land cover change?
Cuckoos: England’s loss is Scotland’s gain
Understanding the influence of habitat upon breeding Woodcock numbers in Britain
Counting songs: estimating the UK’s Nightingale population
Valuing biodiversity - the importance of looking at multiple species and values
The valuing of biodiversity for human benefit has become an important principle for those involved in making decisions about the management of natural resources. There is, however, a need to understand just what ‘valuing’ biodiversity really means, and to determine which species within a community contribute to which values and to what degree. Few studies have attempted to score species objectively across the different ways of valuing nature and biodiversity, so this paper provides some valuable insight.