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  1. Blood from a stone: Performance of catch-only methods in estimating stock biomass status
  2. Vulnerable species and ecosystems are falling through the cracks of environmental impact assessments
  3. A typology of barriers and enablers of scientific evidence use in conservation practice
  4. The effectiveness of spawning habitat creation or enhancement for substrate-spawning temperate fish: a systematic review
  5. Working constructively toward an improved North American approach to wildlife management
  6. Standardized reporting of the costs of management interventions for biodiversity conservation
  7. Trade-offs for data-limited fisheries when using harvest strategies based on catch-only models
  8. Hallmarks of science missing from North American wildlife management
  9. Applying a New Ensemble Approach to Estimating Stock Status of Marine Fisheries around the World
  10. Improving estimates of population status and trend with superensemble models
  11. Scientific Evidence and Potential Barriers in the Management of Brazilian Protected Areas
  12. Organising evidence for environmental management decisions: a ‘4S’ hierarchy
  13. An evidence assessment tool for ecosystem services and conservation studies
  14. A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond
  15. The effect of scientific evidence on conservation practitioners’ management decisions
  16. Trends and biases in the listing and recovery planning for threatened species: an Australian case study
  17. Integrating research, monitoring and management into an adaptive management framework to achieve effective conservation outcomes
  18. Unexpected outcomes of invasive predator control: the importance of evaluating conservation management actions
  19. Exotic species richness and native species endemism increase the impact of exotic species on islands
  20. Does recovery planning improve the status of threatened species?