Climate change and landscape use

This work by CBCS researchers has advanced our understanding of the interactions between land-use change and climate change from local to global scales and the implications of this for conservation planning. This has led to the first global meta-analysis of the interaction between land-use change and climate change (Mantyka-Pringle et al. 2012), an understanding of how land-use change and climate change drive freshwater conservation priorities (Mantyka-Pringle et al. 2014) and how these processes drive priorities under sea-level rise (Trail et al. 2013, Runting et al. 2016).    

Project members

Associate Professor Jonathan Rhodes

Associate Professor
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences