Anthropogenic modification of forests means only 40% of remaining forests have high ecosystem integrity

Grantham, H. S.;Duncan, A.;Evans, T. D.;Jones, K. R.;Beyer, H. L.;Schuster, R.;Walston, J.;Ray, J. C.;Robinson, J. G.;Callow, M.;Clements, T.;Costa, H. M.;DeGemmis, A.;Elsen, P. R.;Ervin, J.;Franco, P.;Goldman, E.;Goetz, S.;Hansen, A.;Hofsvang, E.;Jantz, P.;Jupiter, S.;Kang, A.;Langhammer, P.;Laurance, W. F.;Lieberman, S.;Linkie, M.;Malhi, Y.;Maxwell, S.;Mendez, M.;Mittermeier, R.;Murray, N. J.;Possingham, H.;Radachowsky, J.;Saatchi, S.;Samper, C.;Silverman, J.;Shapiro, A.;Strassburg, B.;Stevens, T.;Stokes, E.;Taylor, R.;Tear, T.;Tizard, R.;Venter, O.;Visconti, P.;Wang, S.;Watson, J. E. M.


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Grantham, H. S.;Duncan, A.;Evans, T. D.;Jones, K. R.;Beyer, H. L.;Schuster, R.;Walston, J.;Ray, J. C.;Robinson, J. G.;Callow, M.;Clements, T.;Costa, H. M.;DeGemmis, A.;Elsen, P. R.;Ervin, J.;Franco, P.;Goldman, E.;Goetz, S.;Hansen, A.;Hofsvang, E.;Jantz, P.;Jupiter, S.;Kang, A.;Langhammer, P.;Laurance, W. F.;Lieberman, S.;Linkie, M.;Malhi, Y.;Maxwell, S.;Mendez, M.;Mittermeier, R.;Murray, N. J.;Possingham, H.;Radachowsky, J.;Saatchi, S.;Samper, C.;Silverman, J.;Shapiro, A.;Strassburg, B.;Stevens, T.;Stokes, E.;Taylor, R.;Tear, T.;Tizard, R.;Venter, O.;Visconti, P.;Wang, S.;Watson, J. E. M. (2020). Anthropogenic modification of forests means only 40% of remaining forests have high ecosystem integrity. Nature Communications. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-19493-3

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