Staff profile: Dr Dan Faith
- Position title:
- Senior Principal Research Scientist email:danfaith8[at]yahoo.com.au
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see "Pages" at bottom for descriptions of current research themes
My research at the Australian Museum integrates biodiversity and systematics, including "biodiversity informatics". Much of my research is concerned with theory and applications of quantitative biodiversity assessment. This work extends from the scale of genes to whole countries. Special emphasis has been given to the best-possible use of Museum collections in regional biodiversity assessment, and to the links from biodiversity assessment to ecosystem services, sustainability, and economics. Applied biodiversity research also includes work on methods for detecting environmental impacts.
A phylogenetic component of my biodiversity research arises through investigations of "phylogenetic diversity" and conservation. Other work in phylogenetics involves development and application of phylogenetic methods, philosophy of science, and editorial work for Systematic Biology.
I serve on the editorial board of the journal, Methods in Ecology and Evolution. I also serve on the editorial board of Global Environmental Change: Human and Policy Dimensions, a journal covering biodiversity and other aspects of global change over multiple spatial, temporal and socio-political scales.I have served as a Coordinating Lead Author for biodiversity for the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment.
I co-lead the scientific committee of a core program in DIVERSITAS, an international program for biodiversity science. This program, called bioGENESIS, promotes the role of evolutionary biology in biodiversity conservation. See www.diversitas-international.org
I am a member of the international steering committee for GEO BON (a global biodiversity monitoring network), and co-lead a working group on genetic/phylogenetic diversity.
My external institutional positions include:
Adjunct associate professor, Sydney University
Adjunct associate professor, University of New England
Recent activities, symposia
- GEO BON workshop, Leipzig, Germany June 2015.
- invited speaker, iDIV, Leipzig, "How the tree of life may help us to define a planetary boundary for biodiversity"
- bioGENESIS meeting, Leuven, Belgium, June 2015.
- invited speaker, Paris Natural History Museum, talk:"Planetary boundaries as a safe operating space for humanity: can phylogenetic diversity (PD) provide the basis for a biodiversity boundary?"
- workshop on linking earth system and socio-economic models, (Future Earth grant) Paris, June 2015
- invited speaker at the 2015 International Conference on Insect Resource Sustainability and Conservation, Taiwan. June 2015; title: "Phylogenetic diversity and conservation"
- invited speaker at the National Tsing Hua University, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan.
- workshop on the development of the "essential biodiverity variables" approach for Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney, May 2015.
- talk at Monash University, School of Biological Sciences "Planetary bondaries as a safe operating space for humanity: can phylogenetic diversity (PD) provide the basis for a biodiversity boundary?" May 2015.
- invited keynote talk at Phylogenetics and Biodiversity, a Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution Satellite Meeting; “Can phylogenetic diversity be the basis for a planetary boundary for biodiversity?”
- The more biodiversity the better: the philosophy of option value; presentation at The Oxford Biosymposium 2015: The Functions and Values of Biodiversity
- talk "Can we use observed loss in a species geographic range extent to guess how much genetic diversity the species has lost?" Kyushu University, Japan. Feb 2015
- talk "Decision science for sustainability: maintaining resilient frontier curves" at the Second International Symposium on decision science for a sustainable society; Fuluoka Japan Jan 2015
- one month fellowship to Japan, Kyushu University; funded byAus Academy of Science and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Jan-feb 2015
- invited speaker, "Phylogenetic diversity, functional trait diversity and extinction probabilities". VIII Symposium & VIII Evaluation Meeting, BIOTA/FAPESP Program, Brazil, Dec 2014.
- “The ED method – theory and implementation relating to Survey Gaps Analysis”
Analysis of Biological Survey Gaps Research Working Group Meeting. CSIRO Black Mountain Laboratories, Canberra. 12-13th August 2014.
- “Thoughts on Essential Biodiversity Variables trials for NSW” MER monitoring team meeting. Office Environment and Heritage, Sydney. August 2014.
- AN EXPANDED PD PHYLOGENETIC DIVERSITY TOOLBOX INTEGRATES DNA BARCODING INTO BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENTS IN THE TROPICS
Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation conference, Cairns. August 2014.
- Phylodiversity and conservation of SE Queensland’s rain forests using DNA barcodes. Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation conference, Cairns. August 2014. (presented by Shappcott)
- “Phylogenetic diversity and conservation ACEAS group” ACEAS Grand Workshop. Canberra. (presented by T Laity) May 2014.
- "CACE, the new Clean! – Abundant! – Cheap! – Exportable! energy resource for Australia . . . or maybe not" Hypothetical at ACEAS Grand Workshop. Canberra May 2014. (also you-tube)
- “Addressing the genetic diversity challenge for EBVs and Aichi targets: monitoring change in within-species genetic diversity by value-adding to species-range monitoring” GEO BON Joint Advisory Board Meeting and Implementation Committee Meeting. Leipzig Germany. June 2014 (presented by H Pereira).
- “Biodiversity and food security” Climate change: the ultimate food fight. Australian Museum. June 2014
- “Phylogeny and key biodiversity areas” "Phylogeny, extinction risks and conservation", a scientific discussion meeting organised by Dr Felix Forest, Professor Mark Chase FRS, Professor Keith Crandall and Dr Daniel P Faith at The Royal Society, London. (presented by T Brooks) March 2014
- “Integrating extinction probabilities and the PD phylogenetic diversity measure” "Phylogeny, extinction risks and conservation", a scientific discussion meeting organised by Dr Felix Forest, Professor Mark Chase FRS, Professor Keith Crandall and Dr Daniel P Faith at The Royal Society, London. March 2014.
- “Functional trait diversity” Meeting of the Scientific Committee of bioGENESIS, London, Kew Gardens. March 2014
- "Phylogeny, extinction risks and conservation", a scientific discussion meeting organised by Dr Felix Forest, Professor Mark Chase FRS, Professor Keith Crandall and Dr Daniel P Faith at The Royal Society, London.
- Meeting of the Scientific Committee of bioGENESIS, London, Kew Gardens
- Workshop on the Genetic Diversity Report, Fukuoka Japan
- Symposium and workshop for the Dimensions of Biodiversity, Atlantic Forest Project, Sao Paolo, Brazil.
- Meeting of the Future Earth global environmental change projects, Washington (representing bioGENESIS)
- The Second Plenary Meeting of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES-2), Antalya, Turkey, December 2013. I represented bioGENESIS, which had “Observer” status, and I also was part of the The International Biogeography Society special committee on IPBES.
- Key Biodiversity Areas Thresholds Workshop, Sapienza University of Rome & Fondazione Bioparco di Roma, December 2013, Rome. my talk: "Key Biodiversity Areas: some considerations in developing thresholds of applicability and thresholds of significance".
- Commemorative symposium for the 29th International Prize for Biology: “Influences and impacts of evolutionary biology” November, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan. my talk: "Monitoring within-species genetic diversity within the GEO BON Biodiversity Observation Network: can we make inferences about the loss of genetic diversity from observations on the loss of species range extent?"
- Scientific Committee meeting of DIVERSITAS, Paris. my talk: "bioGENESIS presentation for SC DIVERSITAS meeting"
- Presentation at "Dangerous Ideas in Zoology" Forum, Australian Museum, November,
- Talk: "Using databases of observed traits to infer more general trait patterns and produce useful indices based on functional trait diversity" The 11th INTECOL Congress. Ecology: Into the next 100 years. London, August 2013. pdf of talk
- Workshop: "Conserving the stage..conservation planning for a changing climate" July 2013. Baltimore. my talk: "Problems & prospects for the environmental diversity (ED) framework"
- The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF), Climate Adaptation Conference,
June 2013, Sydney
- Panel member for South Africa's National Research Foundation (NRF), Foundational Biodiversity Knowledge and Information funding programme.
- The annual Scientific Committee meeting of DIVERSITAS, March 2013, Paris
- Meeting of the Scientific Committee of bioGENESIS, a core project of DIVERSITAS, Banda Aceh, Sumatra, March 2013; also our workshop, "Evolutionary approaches to biodiversity science", organised by Susanna Magallón (UNAM, México) & Lúcia Lohmann (USP, Brazil), for 25 graduate students, post-docs
- Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) 2013 Symposium, Canberra, February, 2013
- Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON) All-Hands Meeting, December 2012, Asilomar, California. My day1 talk and my final-day talk. see also Statement to GEO BON by the executive secreatrary of the CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (CBD)
- Future Earth consultations - Workshop of GEC programmes and their core projects. Paris (UNESCO) (representing the bioGENESIS core project http://www.biogenesis-diversitas.org/governance ). Future Earth is a new 10-year interdisciplinary initiative on research for global sustainability.
- The 14th Workshop of the Genomic Standards Consortium (GSC), Theme: Genomics Enabled Place Based Research. Oxford University UK.
- The Global Biodiversity Informatics Conference (GBIC) July, 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark, plus meeting of GEO BON Scientific Committee.
- Keynote speaker at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC), Bonito, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, 18-22 June, 2012. The ATBC2012 meeting's theme is "Ecology, Evolution and Sustainable use of Tropical Biodiversity". My talk, "Phylogeny and the sustainable use of biodiversity" (view slides). We also had an ATBC workshop, "Evolutionary approaches to biodiversity science", organised by Susanna Magallón (UNAM, México) & Lúcia Lohmann (USP, Brazil), for 50 graduate students, post-docs and early career professors, 16-18th June at UFMS (view my lecture slides on phylogenetic diversity and conservation). Also, we held a meeting of the Scientific Committee of bioGENESIS, a core project of DIVERSITAS, prior to the conference.
- Meeting of the working group "Integrating measures of phylogenetic and taxonomic diversity and endemism into national conservation assessment", The Australian Centre for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (ACEAS), May 2012.
- Talk at Melbourne University, "Tipping points, risk analyses, evosystem (not ecosystem) services...", April 2012
- The annual Scientific Committee meeting of DIVERSITAS, 22-25 March 2012, and the "Planet Under Pressure" Conference, 26-29 March, London. My talk. See also Science centres and museums call for UN partnership to bolster public engagement for sustainability
- The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) Conference 2012 "Mainstreaming the Economics of Nature:Challenges for Science and Implementaion" March 19--22, 2012, Leipzig, Germany. My talk: "Systematic conservation planning and CBD targets: conservation of ecosystem services may be accompanied by collapse in capacity for biodiversity conservation"
- Workshop for initiating a global genetic diversity assessment, Fukuoka, Japan, 2012.
- The Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON) Workshop on Essential Biodiversity Variables, February 2012, European Space Agency, Frascati, Italy.
- International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB), Aukland, New Zealand, Dec 2011. "Estimating the turnover of Hemipteran assemblages from the phylogeny of their host plants: a tool for conservation planning?" Nipperess, DA; Beattie, AJ; Faith, DP; Kitching, RL; Hughes, L
- International workshop on global diversity assessment. Kyushu University, Japan Aug 2011.
- Invited talk "A range of phylogenetic tools and methods based on the PD measure" at Hennig XXX - the 2011 Meeting of the Willi Hennig Society, São José do Rio Preto, Brazil, August 2011. Symposium "Phylogenetics as a tool for Conservation" view talk
- Evaluation of the BIOTA-FAPESP program by the Scientific Advisory Board,
University of São Paulo, São Carlos, SP. Brazil, July 2011
- Meeting of the Scientific Committee of bioGENESIS, a core project of DIVERSITAS, New York, June, 2011. blog commentary here
- Meeting of the Scientific Committee of DIVERSITAS, Paris, March 2011.
- International Expert Meeting: Assessment of the Adequacy of Existing Observation Capabilities for the CBD 2020 Targets. Convened by the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON), In cooperation with the European Biodiversity Observation Network (EBONE), the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the United Nations Environment Program’s World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC). March 2011. report pdf
- INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIODIVERSITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE, "Conserving biodiversity amidst climate change" February 1-3, 2011,Philippine International Convention Center. invited talk: "Global perspectives on climate change land/water use, and biodiversity: Strategies to better address overall biodiversity, including evolutionary history" DANIEL P. FAITH & ANNE-HELEN PRIUR-RICHARD (presented by Priur-Richard) Abstract . Program
- 2010 Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia" Poster: "Key Biodiversity Area Prioritisation in the New Guinea Wilderness" Kristen J Williams, CSIRO, Randal JL Storey, David K Mitchell, Conservation International, Naamal De Silva, Conservation International, Daniel P Faith, Australian Museum
- International Conference: Getting Post 2010 Biodiversity Targets Right www.biota2010-targets.com.br
December, 2010, Brazil. Poster: "Steep reductions in biodiversity conservation accompany conservation of ecosystem services"
- 3rd Symposium on Long-Term Ecological and Biodiversity Research, Institute of Biology, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, November 2010, Philippines.
- Biodiversity Indicators for Global Biodiversity Models workshop, October 2010, Cambridge, UK. My presentations
- ANTARCTIC SCIENCE PLANNING WORKSHOPS, at the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), Hobart, Tasmania
- Annual Meeting of the British Ecological Society, Leeds, U.K., September. Talk: "Indices for phylogenetic ecology based on the PD (phylogenetic diversity) measure". Also, Associate Editor Meeting for Methods in Ecology and Evolution
- Eco-Evolutionary Approaches to Understanding and Predicting the Response of Species Range to Climate Change, Kyushu University, Japan, August, 2010, talk: "Overview of GEO-BON and AP-BON"
- 95th Ecological Society of America meeting, Pittsburgh. Aug 2010. Co-organised symposium: "From Microbial to Conservation Biology: Exploring Phylogenetic Beta Diversity as a Theoretical Tool Uniting Disciplines" My talk: "Phylogenetic beta diversity as a tool in biodiversity conservation and monitoring (Daniel Faith, Simon Ferrier, Dan Rosauer) view ppt view abstract
- The 2010 International meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation: “Tropical biodiversity: surviving the food, energy and climate crisis”. July 2010; Bali, Indonesia. Our symposium: “Integrating evolution, ecology and biodiversity science” My talk: "Phylogenetic diversity and a global scale biodiversity observation network, GEO BON"
- Invited speaker at the journal Methods in Ecology and Evolution Launch Symposium, Charles Darwin House, London, April 2010. Talk cancelled - nice photo of volcano instead
- Invited speaker and Panel member at the Convention on Biological Diversity COP10 Pre-conference, Nagoya , Japan, 2010. my talk on Systematic Conservation Planning also slides from Panel discussion on targets. Complete program and talks. Also see the Recommendations from CBD-COP10 PreConference which includes my suggested recommendations regarding %targets, take-up of systematic conservation planning, and the need to address still-unknown biodiversity.
- Meeting of the Scientific Committee of DIVERSITAS, Nagoya , Japan, 2010
- Meeting of the GEO BON working group on global monitoring of genetic and phylogenetic diversity, in Asilomar, Monteray, California, USA, 2010. slides for introduction to our genetics working group
- Advisory and collaborative roles for the Caring for Country project:“Harnessing continent wide biodiversity data sets for prioritising conservation investment” Canberra, during 2009, 2010.
- Invited speaker at the meeting of the Global Center of Excellence program of Asian Conservation Ecology in Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan in February 2010
Selected recent research reports:
Faith DP (2015) Australia's National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan. 2015 Review submission .
Laity T et al (2015) Phylodiversity to inform conservation policy: an Australian example. Science of the Total Environment
Faith DP (2015) “The unimodal relationship between species’ functional traits and habitat gradients provides a family of indices supporting the conservation of functional trait diversity” Plant Ecology DOI 10.1007/s11258-015-0454-z
Anderson, Mark; Comer, Patrick; Beier, Paul; Lawler, joshua; Schloss, Carrie; Buttrick, Steve; Albano, Christine; Faith, Dan, (in press) "Case Studies of Conservation Plans that Incorporated Geodiversity" Conservation Biology
Beier, Paul; Sutcliffe, Patricia; Hjort, Jan; Faith, Dan; Pressey, Robert; Albuquerque, Fabio, (in press) "Improving the use and evaluation of abiotic surrogates in conservation planning: a review of selection-based surrogacy tests" by “Incorporating Environmental Diversity into Conservation Decisions” Conservation Biology
Comer, Patrick; Pressey, Robert; Hunter, Mac; Schloss, Carrie; Buttrick, Steve; Heller, Nicole; Tirpak, John; Faith, Dan; Cross, Molly; Shaffer, Mark," (in press) Incorporating Geodiversity into Conservation Decisions. Conservation Biology
Shapcott A, Forster PI, Guymer GP, McDonald WJF, Faith DP, Erickson D, Kress WJ (2015) Mapping Biodiversity and Setting Conservation Priorities for SE Queensland’s Rainforests Using DNA Barcoding. PLoS One. 10(3) e0122164 http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0122164
Faith DP (2015) Phylogenetic diversity and extinction: avoiding tipping points and worst-case losses from the tree of life. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B: 2015 370 20140011. DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2014.0011 .
Brooks et al (2015) Why and how might genetic and phylogenetic diversity and process be reflected in the identification of key biodiversity areas? Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B: 2015 370 20140019 DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2014.0019 .
Forest Félix, Keith A. Crandall, Mark W. Chase, Daniel P. Faith (2015) Introduction: Phylogeny, extinction and conservation: embracing uncertainties in a time of urgency Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B: 2015 370 20140002; DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2014.0002.
Chao Anne, Chun-Huo Chiu, T. C. Hsieh, Thomas Davis, David A. Nipperess and Daniel P. Faith (2014) Rarefaction and extrapolation of phylogenetic diversity PLOS ONE.DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.12247
Faith DP (2014) Ecosystem services can promote conservation over conversion and protect local biodiversity, but these local win-wins can be a regional disaster. Australian Zoologist, Pages 1-10, DOI 10.7882/AZ.2014.0\\
available at: http://publications.rzsnsw.org.au/doi/abs/10.7882/AZ.2014.031
Neil Davies et al. (2014) The founding charter of the Genomic Observatories Network. GigaScience, 3:2 doi:10.1186/2047-217X-3-2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2013.05.042
Opgenoorth, L and DP Faith (2013) The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), up and walking". Frontiers of Biogeography
R Geeta et al. (2014) Biodiversity only makes sense in the light of evolution. J Biosciences.
Faith, D.P. (in revision) "Biodiversity", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Edward N. Zalta (ed.)
Bourlat, SJ et al (2013) Genomics in marine monitoring: new opportunities for assessing marine health status. Marine Pollution Bulletin
Faith, Daniel P, Ben Collen, Arturo H. Ariñno, Patricia Koleff, John Guinotte, Jeremy Kerr and Vishwas Chavan (2013) Bridging the biodiversity data gaps: Recommendations to meet the users’ data needs. Biodiversity Informatics
Ariño, Arturo H., Vishwas Chavan, Daniel P. Faith (2013) Assessment of user needs of primary biodiversity data: Analysis, Concerns, and Challenges. Biodiversity Informatics
Yahara, Tetsukazu, Firouzeh Javadi, Yusuke Onoda, Luciano Paganucci de Queiroz, Daniel P. Faith, et al.(2013) Global legume diversity assessment: concepts, key indicators, and strategies. Taxon 62 (2): 249–266.
Laity T. and DP Faith (2013) "Phylogenetic Analyses + Conservation Assessment and Planning In Australia – an ACEAS project". 2013 TERN Symposium, Canberra.Abstracts p. 43.
Pereira, H.M., S. Ferrier, M. Walters, G. Geller, R.H.G. Jongman, R.J. Scholes, M. Bruford, N. Brummitt, S.H.M. Butchart, A.C. Cardoso, N.C. Coops, E. Dulloo, D.P. Faith, J. Freyhof, R.D. Gregory, C. Heip, R. Höft, G. Hurtt, W. Jetz, D. Karp, M.A. McGeoch, D. Obura, Y. Onoda, N. Pettorelli, B. Reyers, R. Sayre, J.P.W. Scharlemann, S.N. Stuart, E. Turak, M. Walpole, M. Wegmann (2013) Essential Biodiversity Variables. Science. 339:277-278. authors pdf. Supplementary Materials: www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/339/6117/PAGE/DC1 Images from Science Press Package: http://www.eurekalert.org/multimedia/pub/51889.php
Faith D P (2013) Biodiversity and evolutionary history: expanding the PD phylogenetic diversity assessment framework. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, "The Year in Evolutionary Biology". in press.
Faith D. P. and Pollack LJ (2013) Phylogenetic diversity and the sustainable use of biodiversity. In: Applied ecology and human dimensions in biological conservation (ed. MC Lyra-Jorge and LM Verdade) Springer. in press.
Faith D P (2012) Common ground for biodiversity and ecosystem services: the "partial protection" challenge. F1000 Research 2012, 1:30 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.1-30.v1) http://f1000research.com/articles/common-ground-for-biodiversity-and-ecosystem-services-the-partial-protection-challenge/
Faith D P and Richards Z T (2012) Climate change impacts on the tree of life: changes in phylogenetic diversity illustrated for Acropora corals. Biology 1(3), 906-932. http://www.mdpi.com/2079-7737/1/3/906
Faith D. P. (2012) Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Similar but Different. Bioscience.Vol. 62, No. 9 (September 2012), p. 785 http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/bio.2012.62.9.17
Faith D. P. (2012) Tipping points in systematic conservation planning: conservation of ecosystem services may be accompanied by a collapse in regional capacity for biodiversity conservation Abstract P2.47 in: Planet Under Pressure 2012 Conference information
Faith, D.P., KÖhler, F., Puslednik, L., & Ballard, J.W.O. (2012) Corroboration assessments and recent progress towards integrative systematics: a reply to Farris and Carpenter. Zootaxa. 3235: 65–68 http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2012/f/z03235p068f.pdf
S. Díaz et al (2012) Biodiversity and ecosystems for a planet under pressure. Rio+20 Policy Brief #4 http://www.igbp.net/download/18.5831d9ad13275d51c098000439/BiodiversityLowRes.pdf. see also Planet Under Pressure Policy Brief Addresses Challenges to Biodiversity Protection
Larigauderie A. et al (2012) Biodiversity and ecosystem services science for a sustainable planet: the DIVERSITAS vision for 2012-20. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2012, 4:101–105.
Scholes. Robert J, Michele Walters, Eren Turak, Hannu Saarenmaa,Carlo HR Heip, E´amonn O´ Tuama, Daniel P Faith, Harold A Mooney,Simon Ferrier, Rob HG Jongman, Ian J Harrison, Tetsukazu Yahara and Henrique M Pereira (2012) Building a global observing system for biodiversity. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877343511001394
Nipperess DA, AJ Beattie, DP Faith, Sg Ginn, RL Kitching, CAM Reid, T Russell, L Hughes (2011) Plant phylogeny as a surrogate for turnover in beetle assemblages Biodiversity and Conservation http://www.springerlink.com/content/kw472j371k765458/
PUSLEDNIK, LOUISE, DAVID K YEATES, DANIEL P FAITH and J.W.O. BALLARD (2012) Protein- Protein interactions of the cytochrome c oxidase DNA barcoding region. Systematic Entomology 37:229–236. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-3113.2011.00597.x/abstract
GEO BON (2011) Adequacy of Biodiversity Observation Systems to support the CBD 2020 Targets. GEO BON Project Office.
Faith, D.P.(2011) Ecosystem services and biodiversity option values. Science published online, 10 Feb 2011. http://www.sciencemag.org/content/330/6012/1745/reply
Faith, D.P.(2011) Higher-level targets for ecosystem services and biodiversity should focus on regional capacity for effective trade-offs. Diversity 3,1-7; doi:10.3390/d3010001 http://www.mdpi.com/1424-2818/3/1/1/pdf
Faith, D.P., KÖhler, F., Puslednik, L., & Ballard, J.W.O. (2011) Phylogenies with Corroboration Assessment. Zootaxa 2946: 52-56. preview pdf (first page)
Williams, K.J., Ferrier, S., Rosauer, D., Yeates, D., Manion, G., Harwood, T., Stein, J., Faith, D.P., Laity, T. & Whalen, A. (2011) Harnessing Continent-Wide Biodiversity Datasets for Prioritising National Conservation Investment. A report prepared for the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Canberra . ISBN 978 0 643 10342 9. Available at:
Williams, K.J., Ferrier, S., Rosauer, D., Yeates, D., Manion, G., Harwood, T., Stein, J., Faith, D.P., Laity, T. & Whalen, A. (2011) Harnessing Continent-Wide Biodiversity Datasets for Prioritising National Conservation Investment: Appendices. A report prepared for the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Canberra . ISBN 978 0 643 10343 6. Available at:
Faith, D.P. (2011) Attempted tests of the surrogacy value of the ED environmental diversity measures highlight the need for corroboration assessment of surrogacy hypotheses Ecological Indicators 11, 745-748.
Faith, D.P.(2010) Biodiversity Transcends Services. Science 330 (6012), 1744-1745.
Faith, DP (2010) More Benefits from a Barometer of Life. Science Online, 24 Jun 2010
Hendry, A., Lohmann, L., Conti, E., Cracraft, J., Crandall, K., Faith, D.P, HÃ¤user, C., Joly, C., Kogure, K., Larigauderie, A., MagallÃ³n, S., Moritz, C., Tillier, S., Zardoya, R., Prieur-Richard, A., Walther, B., Yahara, T., & Donoghue, M. (2010). Evolutionary biology in biodiversity science, conservation, and policy: a call to action Evolution Volume: 64 Issue: 5 Pages: 1517-1528 DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2010.00947.x abstract
Faith, D.P., S. Magallón, A.P. Hendry, E. Conti, T. Yahara, and M.J. Donoghue. (2010). Evosystem Services: an evolutionary perspective on the links between biodiversity and human-well-being. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.
Mace, GM, W Cramer, S Diaz, DP Faith, A Larigauderie, P Le Prestre, M Palmer, C Perrings, RJ Scholes, M Walpole, BA Walther, JEM Watson and HA Mooney (2010) Biodiversity targets after 2010 Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability
Yahara T, M Donoghue, R. Zardoya, DP Faith and J. Cracraft (2010) Genetic diversity assessments in the century of genome science, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.
Ashcroft, M.B., Gollan, J.R., Faith, D.P., Carter, G.A., Lassau, S.A., Ginn, S.G., Bulbert, M.W. & Cassis, G. (2010) Using Generalised Dissimilarity Models and many small samples to improve the efficiency of regional and landscape scale invertebrate sampling. Ecological Informatics, 5: 124-132. ScienceDirect Top 25 in area of Ecological Informatics, during early 2010.
Nipperess, DA., Faith, DP. & Barton, K. (2010) Resemblance in phylogenetic diversity among ecological assemblages. Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 809–820.
Faith D.P., Lozupone C.A., Nipperess D., Knight R. The Cladistic Basis for the Phylogenetic Diversity (PD) Measure Links Evolutionary Features to Environmental Gradients and Supports Broad Applications of Microbial Ecology’s “Phylogenetic Beta Diversity” Framework. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2009; 10(11):4723-4741.
Faith DP (2009) Phylogenetic triage, efficiency, and risk aversion. Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Barton, D.N., Faith, D.P. Rusch, G., Acevedo, H., Paniagua, L., Castro M. (2009) Environmental service payments: Evaluating biodiversity conservation trade-offs and cost efficiency in the Osa Conservation Area, Costa Rica, Journal of Environmental Management, 90: 901-911.
Donoghue, MJ, T Yahara, E Conti, J Cracraft, KA. Crandall, DP. Faith, C Häuser, AP. Hendry, C Joly, K Kogure, LG. Lohmann, SA. Magallón, C Moritz, S Tillier, R Zardoya, A Prieur-Richard, A Larigauderie, and BA. Walther. (2009) bioGENESIS: Providing an Evolutionary Framework for Biodiversity Science. DIVERSITAS Report N°6. 52 pp.
Ferrier S, Faith DP, Arponen, A., Drielsma M. (2009) Chapter 7 - Community-level approaches to spatial conservation prioritisation. Spatial Conservation Prioritisation Oxford University Press.
- The GBIF 2010 Campaign
- Science Direct: Dr Dan Faith
- Research needs and challenges for the systematic conservation planning approach to the 2010 biodiversity target
- New journal - Methods in Ecology and Evolution
- Strategies in taxonomy: research in a changing world e-conference
- DIVERSITAS Open Science Conference 2
- DARWIN 200: Evolution and Biodiversity
- Complementarity, biodiversity viability analysis, and policy-based algorithms for conservation
- A scienceWATCH top 10 paper on climate change
- False economy in degazetting protected areas
- Biodiversity surrogates and corroboration assessment
- phylogeny and functional diversity
- What actions should governments take to halt biodiversity loss?
- The 2010 biodiversity target CAN be [could have been] achieved
- Some papers marking the International Year of Biodiversity
- Adding value to a proposed biodiversity “Barometer of Life”
- Biodiversity and ecosystems for a planet under pressure
- Biodiversity viability analysis (BVA) and the ED surrogates strategy: combining alpha and beta diversity models to fill our biodiversity knowledge gaps
- Planet Under Pressure: ecosystem services imply tipping points for biodiversity conservation
- Systematic conservation planning and efficient biodiversity offsets for a green economy
- Integrating Measures of Phylogenetic Diversity and Endemism
- The PD calculus and rapid biodiversity assessments using DNA barcoding
- Ecosystems on the EDGE: Ecologically Distinctive Globally Endangered
- phylogenetic diversity and functional diversity
- Option values and biodiversity
- GEO BON and the Aichi Biodiversity Targets
- Biodiversity - The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Content Needs Assessment Task Group for GBIF
- Phylogenetic Analyses + Conservation Assessment and Planning In Australia – an ACEAS project
- Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBVs)
- Phylogenetic endemism
- Evolutionary history, phylogenetic diversity (PD) and tipping points
- Common ground for biodiversity and ecosystem services
- Sustainable use of biodiversity - a phylogenetic perspective
- A Genomic Observatories Network
- GEO BON - a global Biodiversity Observation Network
- Biodiversity and ecosystem services: re-considering the policy links
- Towards a conceptual framework for IPBES (Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services)
- Planetary boundaries: genetic, phylogenetic and functional trait diversity
- bioGENESIS - Providing an evolutionary framework for biodiversity science
- Enhancing Ecosystem Types Using Museum Data and ED Models
- Future Earth and the blog on biodiversity hotspots
- What are evosystem services?
- Biodiversity - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- bioGENESIS submission to IPBES on scientific and technical matters
- Species–phylogenetic diversity relationships: sampling theory for spatial patterns of PD
- What is the most important research question in Earth system research that needs answering in the next decade?