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The English language dominates global conservation science – which leaves 1 in 3 research papers virtually ignored

By Tatsuya Amano, Australian Research Council Future Fellow, The University of Queensland
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Many valuable scientific breakthroughs were originally published in a non-English language. New research shows more effort is needed to transcend language barriers to improve conservation science.

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