Conservation strategies

Carmel, Y. and Safriel, U.N. 1998. Habitat Use by Bats in a Mediterranean Ecosystem in Israel – Conservation implications. Biological Conservation, 84:245-250.

Carmel, Y. and Stoller-Cavari, L. 2006. Comparing environmental and biological surrogates for biodiversity at a local scale. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution, 52:11-27.

Moilanen, A., Runge, M.C., Elith, J., Tyre, A., Carmel, Y., Fegraus, E., Wintle, B., Burgman, M. and Ben-Haim, Y. 2006. Planning for robust reserve networks using uncertainty analysis. Ecological Modelling, 199:115-124.

Segal, B., Sapir, Y. and Carmel, Y. 2006. Fragmentation and pollination crisis in the self incompatible Iris bismarckiana (iridaceae), with implications for conservation. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution, 52:111-112.

Steele, K., Carmel, Y., Cross, J. and Wilcox, C. 2009. Uses and Misuses of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) in Environmental Decision-Making. Risk Analysis, 29(1):26-33.

Dolev, A. and Carmel, Y. 2009. Distribution of threatened–unprotected vertebrates as a basis for conservation planning. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 55(2):117-132.

Kent, R. and Carmel, Y. 2011. Evaluation of five clustering algorithms for biodiversity surrogates. Ecological Indicators, 11:896-901.

Kent, R. and Carmel, Y. 2011. Presence-only vs. Presence-absence data in species composition determinant analyses. Diversity & Distributions, 17:474-479.

Troupin, D. and Carmel, Y. 2014. Can agro-ecosystems efficiently complement protected area networks? Biological Conservation, 169:158-166.

Agra, H., Carmel, Y., Smith, R.K. and Ne’eman, G. (2016) Forest conservation: Global evidence for the effects of interventions. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK