Brooke Williams
Brooke Williams
PhD Candidate at the University of Queensland
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The exceptional value of intact forest ecosystems
JEM Watson, T Evans, O Venter, B Williams, A Tulloch, C Stewart, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (4), 599-610, 2018
Three global conditions for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use: An implementation framework
H Locke, EC Ellis, O Venter, R Schuster, K Ma, X Shen, S Woodley, ...
National Science Review 6 (6), 1080-1082, 2019
Absence of evidence for the conservation outcomes of systematic conservation planning around the globe: a systematic map
EJ McIntosh, S Chapman, SG Kearney, B Williams, G Althor, JPR Thorn, ...
Environmental Evidence 7 (1), 1-23, 2018
Impact of 2019–2020 mega-fires on Australian fauna habitat
M Ward, AIT Tulloch, JQ Radford, BA Williams, AE Reside, SL Macdonald, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (10), 1321-1326, 2020
The threats endangering Australia's at-risk fauna
A Allek, AS Assis, N Eiras, TP Amaral, B Williams, N Butt, AR Renwick, ...
Biological Conservation 222, 172-179, 2018
Set a global target for ecosystems
JEM Watson, DA Keith, BBN Strassburg, O Venter, B Williams, ...
Nature 578 (7795), 360-362, 2020
Protecting 30% of the planet for nature: costs, benefits and economic implications
A Waldron, V Adams, J Allan, A Arnell, G Asner, S Atkinson, A Baccini, ...
Campaign for Nature, 2020
Minimising the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services in an intact landscape under risk of rapid agricultural development
BA Williams, HS Grantham, JEM Watson, SJ Alvarez, JS Simmonds, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (1), 014001, 2020
Just ten percent of the global terrestrial protected area network is structurally connected via intact land
M Ward, S Saura, B Williams, JP Ramírez-Delgado, N Arafeh-Dalmau, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-10, 2020
Change in terrestrial human footprint drives continued loss of intact ecosystems
BA Williams, O Venter, JR Allan, SC Atkinson, MS Rehbein, Ward, J A, ...
One Earth 3 (3), 371-382, 2020
Conservation attention necessary across at least 44% of Earth’s terrestrial area to safeguard biodiversity
JR Allan, HP Possingham, SC Atkinson, A Waldron, M Di Marco, ...
bioRxiv, 839977, 2019
Optimising the spatial planning of prescribed burns to achieve multiple objectives in a fire‐dependent ecosystem
BA Williams, LP Shoo, KA Wilson, HL Beyer
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (6), 1699-1709, 2017
Forest quality mitigates extinction risk in humid tropical vertebrates
R Pillay, J Watson, A Hansen, J Aragon-Osejo, D Armenteras, S Atkinson, ...
Multinational coordination required for conservation of over 90% of marine species
L Roberson, C O'Hara, J Watson, B Halpern, C Klein, D Dunn, M Frazier, ...
Preprints, 2020
Section 6 Mapping the last wilderness areas on Earth
JEM Watson, Venter O, Williams, B A
Chapter 2: Lifestyles of the 21st Century, WWF Living Planet Report 2020, 2020
A robust goal is needed for species in the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
BA Williams, JEM Watson, SHM Butchart, M Ward, TM Brooks, N Butt, ...
Conservation Letters, e12778, 2020
Six million hectares of threatened species habitat up in smoke
JEM Ward, M.S., Reside, A.E., Tulloch, A., Possingham, H.P.P., Williams, B ...
The Conversation, 2020
Starting the conversation on Australia’s priorities for the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
C P. Spencer-Smith, T., Cochrane, P., Trezise, J., Spindler, R., Grant, C ...
Australian Committee for IUCN Inc, 2019
Just ten MPs represent more than 600 threatened species in their electorates
J Watson, A Reside, B Williams, H Possingham, M Maron, M Ward, ...
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