Climate Change & Landscape Use

Advanced 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), understanding 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