Academies demand rapid action to preserve biodiversity in the agricultural landscape

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'Cool' sampling sites more likely to show false trends

Data collected at species-rich sites may lead to wrong conclusions on overall trends in biodiversity change


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Artificial intelligence can help protect orchids and other species

New automated method quickly and accurately reveals which species are most threatened.


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