Creating testable questions in practical conservation: a process and 100 questions

William J. Sutherland*, Jake M. Robinson, David C. Aldridge, Tim Alamenciak, Matthew Armes, Nina Baranduin, Andrew J. Bladon, Martin F. Breed, Nicki Dyas, Chris S. Elphick, Richard A. Griffiths, Jonny Hughes, Beccy Middleton, Nick A. Littlewood, Roger Mitchell, William H. Morgan, Roy Mosley, Silviu O. Petrovan, Kit Prendergast, Euan G. RitchieHugh Raven, Rebecca K. Smith, Sarah H. Watts, Ann Thornton

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    Abstract

    It is now clear that the routine embedding of experiments into conservation practice is essential for creating reasonably comprehensive evidence of the effectiveness of actions. However, an important barrier is the stage of identifying testable questions that are both useful but also realistic to carry out without a major research project. We identified approaches for generating such suitable questions. A team of 24 participants crowdsourced suggestions, resulting in a list of a hundred possible tests of actions.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1-7
    Number of pages7
    JournalConservation Evidence
    Volume19
    DOIs
    Publication statusPrint publication - Apr 2022

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