Megan Barnes
Megan Barnes
Department of Biodiversity and Conservation Science
Verified email at dbca.wa.gov.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Effectiveness of terrestrial protected areas in reducing habitat loss and population declines
J Geldmann, M Barnes, L Coad, ID Craigie, M Hockings, ND Burgess
Biological Conservation 161, 230-238, 2013
4082013
Capacity shortfalls hinder the performance of marine protected areas globally
DA Gill, MB Mascia, GN Ahmadia, L Glew, SE Lester, M Barnes, I Craigie, ...
Nature 543 (7647), 665, 2017
2172017
Why do we map threats? Linking threat mapping with actions to make better conservation decisions
VJD Tulloch, AIT Tulloch, P Visconti, BS Halpern, JEM Watson, MC Evans, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (2), 91-99, 2015
952015
Bolder science needed now for protected areas
JEM Watson, ES Darling, O Venter, M Maron, J Walston, HP Possingham, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (2), 243-248, 2016
862016
Changes in protected area management effectiveness over time: A global analysis
J Geldmann, L Coad, M Barnes, ID Craigie, M Hockings, K Knights, ...
Biological Conservation 191, 692-699, 2015
762015
Understanding the importance of small patches of habitat for conservation
AIT Tulloch, MD Barnes, J Ringma, RA Fuller, JEM Watson
Journal of applied Ecology 53 (2), 418-429, 2016
542016
Wildlife population trends in protected areas predicted by national socio-economic metrics and body size
MD Barnes, ID Craigie, LB Harrison, J Geldmann, B Collen, S Whitmee, ...
Nature communications 7, 12747, 2016
472016
Effective conservation requires clear objectives and prioritizing actions, not places or species
CJ Brown, M Bode, O Venter, MD Barnes, J McGowan, CA Runge, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (32), E4342-E4342, 2015
422015
Prevent perverse outcomes from global protected area policy
MD Barnes, L Glew, C Wyborn, ID Craigie
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (5), 759, 2018
372018
Aichi targets: Protect biodiversity, not just area
MD Barnes, L Glew, I Craigie, C Wyborn
Nature 526 (7572), 195-195, 2015
312015
A global analysis of management capacity and ecological outcomes in terrestrial protected areas
J Geldmann, L Coad, MD Barnes, ID Craigie, S Woodley, A Balmford, ...
Conservation Letters 11 (3), e12434, 2018
212018
Evaluating protected area effectiveness using bird lists in the Australian Wet Tropics
M Barnes, JS Szabo, WK Morris, HP Possingham
Diversity and Distributions, 2014
212014
Understanding local‐scale drivers of biodiversity outcomes in terrestrial protected areas
MD Barnes, ID Craigie, N Dudley, M Hockings
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1399 (1), 42-60, 2017
202017
A novel framework for analyzing conservation impacts: evaluation, theory, and marine protected areas
MB Mascia, HE Fox, L Glew, GN Ahmadia, A Agrawal, M Barnes, ...
Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2017
162017
International funding agencies: potential leaders of impact evaluation in protected areas?
ID Craigie, MD Barnes, J Geldmann, S Woodley
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
152015
Remote regions-The last places where conservation efforts should be intensified. A reply to McCauley et al.(2013)
ID Craigie, RL Pressey, M Barnes
Biological Conservation 172, 221-222, 2014
142014
Effectiveness of terrestrial protected areas in reducing biodiversity and habitat loss
J Geldmann, M Barnes, L Coad, I Craigie, M Hockings, ND Burgess
Collaboration for Environmental Evidence, 2013
122013
Scenarios and models to support global conservation targets
E Nicholson, EA Fulton, TM Brooks, R Blanchard, P Leadley, JP Metzger, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution, 2018
82018
Prescribed burning impacts avian diversity and disadvantages woodland-specialist birds unless long-unburnt habitat is retained
TAA Prowse, SJ Collard, A Blackwood, PJ O'Connor, S Delean, M Barnes, ...
Biological conservation 215, 268-276, 2017
82017
Expanding protected areas is not enough.
AL Chauvenet, M Barnes
Science (New York, NY) 353 (6299), 551, 2016
62016
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