Applications are invited for a postdoctoral researcher to work on a new inter-disciplinary project which will address the question “how can we conserve biodiversity and the ecosystem services it provides in the face of growing demand for food and limited funds for conservation?”. In this project, we will combine ecological science with economics to evaluate the costs and benefits of different landscape-scale conservation approaches in farmed landscapes. We will quantify the biodiversity consequences and economic costs of realistic conservation policies whilst accounting for impacts of management between adjacent land-uses (spatial spill-overs), legacies from historic land-use (temporal spill-overs), and
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