2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108478
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Insights from two decades of the Student Conference on Conservation Science

Abstract: Conservation science is a crisis-oriented discipline focused on reducing human impacts on nature. To explore how the field has changed over the past two decades, we analyzed 3,245 applications for oral presentations submitted to the Student Conference on Conservation Science (SCCS) in Cambridge, UK. SCCS has been running every year since 2000, aims for global representation by providing bursaries to early-career conservationists from lower-income countries, and has never had a thematic focus, beyond conservati… Show more

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“…Moreover, even when researchers publish open data, most datasets are incomplete and cannot be reused (Roche, Kruuk, Lanfear, & Binning, 2015). Finally, evidence is emerging indicating pervasive barriers precluding publication, including language and capacity barriers for underrepresented early career researchers (ECR, Geldmann et al, 2020).…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Moreover, even when researchers publish open data, most datasets are incomplete and cannot be reused (Roche, Kruuk, Lanfear, & Binning, 2015). Finally, evidence is emerging indicating pervasive barriers precluding publication, including language and capacity barriers for underrepresented early career researchers (ECR, Geldmann et al, 2020).…”
Section: Openly and Comprehensively Report Research Outputsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…DMPs can be encouraged by rewarding adherence through additional funding, and by having archived data, code, protocols, and software contribute to promotion and tenure packages. Increasing the number and status of journals dedicated to publishing datasets would encourage conservation scientists (e.g., ECR) to publish valuable data and increase the potential for data reuse efforts (Costello, Michener, Gahegan, Zhang, & Bourne, 2013; Geldmann et al, 2020). Moreover, increasing the potential to publish context‐specific studies would provide an important venue for local research (e.g., Ecological Evidence and Solutions; Konno et al, 2020).…”
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