Environmental Conservation

Papers
(The TQCC of Environmental Conservation is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
The illegal wildlife digital market: an analysis of Chinese wildlife marketing and sale on Facebook33
The need for improved reflexivity in conservation science32
Recycled water reuse: what factors affect public acceptance?27
Re-conceptualizing the role(s) of science in biodiversity conservation22
Biodiversity narratives: stories of the evolving conservation landscape21
Transdisciplinary science for improved conservation outcomes20
Distribution and impact of invasive alien plant species in Bardia National Park, western Nepal18
Buy them out before they are built: evaluating the proactive acquisition of vacant land in flood-prone areas16
Not teaching what we practice: undergraduate conservation training at UK universities lacks interdisciplinarity16
Brazil’s Highway BR-319 demonstrates a crucial lack of environmental governance in Amazonia15
Corporate responsibility and biodiversity conservation: challenges and opportunities for companies participating in China’s Belt and Road Initiative15
Promoting grazing or rewilding initiatives against rural exodus? The return of the wolf and other large carnivores must be considered14
Invasive vertebrate eradications on islands as a tool for implementing global Sustainable Development Goals13
Who gets to imagine transformative change? Participation and representation in biodiversity assessments13
Is the Anthropause a useful symbol and metaphor for raising environmental awareness and promoting reform?13
A pesticide banned in the European Union over a decade ago is still present in raptors in Poland13
Biodiversity revisited through systems thinking13
Google Trends data reveal a sharp trend: teeth and claws attract more interest than feathers, hooves or fins12
Risk perception, trust and support for wildlife reintroduction and conservation12
The Brazilian Caatinga protected areas: an extremely unbalanced conservation system11
Framing conservation: ‘biodiversity’ and the values embedded in scientific language11
Conservation and development: a cross-disciplinary overview11
Understanding community perceptions of a natural open space system for urban conservation and stewardship in a metropolitan city in Africa11
Private-land control and deforestation dynamics in the context of implementing the Native Forest Law in the Northern Argentinian Dry Chaco11
Engaging women brings conservation benefits to snow leopard landscapes10
The mycological social network a way forward for conservation of fungal biodiversity10
Hunting sustainability within two eastern Amazon Extractive Reserves9
Governments commit to forest restoration, but what does it take to restore forests?9
Connecting protected areas in the Iberian peninsula to facilitate climate change tracking8
Urbanization impacts water quality and the use of microhabitats by fish in subtropical agricultural streams8
From social networks to bird enthusiasts: reporting interactions between plastic waste and birds in Peru8
A scoping review of environmental governance challenges in southern Africa from 2010 to 20207
Human-carnivore coexistence: factors influencing stakeholder attitudes towards large carnivores and conservation in Zimbabwe7
Integrating burrowing crayfish and waterfowl conservation management on moist-soil wetlands6
Jaguars and wild pigs indicate protected area connectivity in the south-east Atlantic Forest (Brazil)6
Impact of individual protected areas on deforestation and carbon emissions in Acre, Brazil6
The first acts of Brazil’s new president: Lula’s new Amazon institutionality6
Differential responses of Kashmir Himalayan threatened medicinal plants to anticipated climate change6
Elephant ivory, rhino horn, pangolin and helmeted hornbill products for sale at the Myanmar–Thailand–China border6
From wildlife-ism to ecosystem-service-ism to a broader environmentalism6
Invasive species policy in Brazil: a review and critical analysis6
Comparison of local knowledge and researcher-led observations for wildlife exploitation assessment and management6
Perception of conservation strategies and nature’s contributions to people around Chingaza National Natural Park, Colombia5
Deforestation risk in the Peruvian Amazon basin5
Mountain freshwater ecosystems and protected areas in the tropical Andes: insights and gaps for climate change adaptation5
Climate-driven animal mass mortality events: is there a role for scavengers?5
Serra do Divisor National Park: a protected area under threat in the south-western Brazilian Amazon5
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