UMD Research Scientist, Rafael Barreto de Andrade (Gruner Lab), has been collaborating with European researchers on a pretty big project - consolidating multi-taxon biodiversity databases from more than 3,500 (!) sampling units across Europe, with the aim to inform conservation and management strategies for European forests. This summer their work was published in Biological Conservation.
Thanks Rafael for sharing the results of this very exciting collaboration! To share Rafael's collab further, consider retweeting, liking the mention on FB, shouting across the hall to your colleagues, etc.