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|Title:||Multi-taxa surveys: Integrating ecosystem processes and user demands|
|Authors:||Magnusson, William Ernest|
Lawson, Ben E.
Baccaro, Fabricio Beggiato
Castilho, Carolina Volkmer de
Castley, J. Guy
Costa, Flávia Regina Capellotto
Drucker, Debora P.
Lima, Albertina Pimental
Luizâo, Regina Celi Costa
Mendonça, Fernando Pereira
Pezzini, Flávia Fonseca
Toledo, Jos? Julio
Tourinho, A. L.
Verdade, Luciano Martins
Hero, Jean Marc
|metadata.dc.publisher.journal:||Applied Ecology and Human Dimensions in Biological Conservation|
|Abstract:||Globally, natural resource management agencies are increasingly recognizing the importance of long-term ecological research (LTER) for monitoring biodiversity, ranging from relatively simple, known, local-level issues, such as managing tourist impacts in a conservation park, to more complex, multifaceted, pervasive, and far-reaching impacts, such as global climate change. Much previous literature has confused protocols for LTER projects to answer current research questions, with developing a system for long-term ecological monitoring. Contrary to perceptions that these LTER systems are not driven by well-defined objectives, we argue that LTER systems can be designed and implemented with the specific objective of providing a basis for both LTER projects and long-term monitoring. We present an overview of RAPELD, an LTER system developed in Brazil, with comparable infrastructure established in Australia and Nepal. The standardized biodiversity infrastructure and research platform provides a long-term basis for powerful multi-disciplinary, multi-scale analyses. © 2014 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. All rights are reserved.|
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