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Measuring farmland biodiversity

Felix Herzog
Philippe Jeanneret
Youssef Ammari
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Siyka Angelova
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Michaela Arndorfer
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Debra Bailey
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Katalin Balázs
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András Báldi
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Marion Bogers
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Robert G. H. Bunce
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David Cuming
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Peter Dennis
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Tetyana Dyman
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Sebastian Eiter
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Zoltán Elek
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Eszter Falusi
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Wendy Fjellstad
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Thomas Frank
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Jürgen Kurt Friedel
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Salah Garchi
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Ilse R. Geijzendorffer
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Tiziano Gomiero
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Gergely Jerkovich
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Rob H. G. Jongman
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Maximilian Kainz
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Esezah Kakudidi
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Eszter Kelemen
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Roland Kölliker
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Norman Kwikiriza
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Anikó Kovács-Hostyánszki
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Luisa Last
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Gisela Lüscher
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Gerardo Moreno
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Charles Nkwiine
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John Opio
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Marie-Louise Oschatz
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Maurizio Guido Paoletti
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Károly Penksza
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Philippe Pointereau
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Susanne Riedel
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Manuel K. Schneider
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Norman Siebrecht
Daniele Sommaggio
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Siyka Stoyanova
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Erich Szerencsits
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Ottó Szalkovszki
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Stella Targetti
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Davide Viaggi
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Jerylee Wilkes-Allemann
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Sebastian Wolfrum
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Sergiy Yashchenko
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Tommaso Zanetti
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Abstract

About one-third of the world’s land surface is used for farming, a fact that bears important implications for biodiversity. In Europe, for instance, an estimated 50 percent of all wild species are reliant on agricultural habitats, while agricultural productivity often depends on the presence or absence of particular species. Despite this close coupling, surprisingly little is known about the status and evolution of farmland biodiversity. A team of European and African researchers, hoping to fill this gap in information, recently invented and piloted a new toolbox called the BioBio indicator set, which measures 23 different instances of biodiversity across a variety of farm types and scales in Europe. Applications were also tested in Tunisia, Ukraine, and Uganda, where they proved a feasible starting point for adaptation to the agricultural context of different countries.
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hal-01738188 , version 1 (20-03-2018)

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Felix Herzog, Philippe Jeanneret, Youssef Ammari, Siyka Angelova, Michaela Arndorfer, et al.. Measuring farmland biodiversity. Solutions, 2013, vol. 4 (n° 4), pp. 52-58. ⟨hal-01738188⟩
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