SCB is a global organization comprised of seven sections: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Marine, North America, and Oceania. Each month we'll spotlight one section of SCB and provide updates from all Sections when applicable. This month we look at the work of the North America Section of SCB.
SCB News Blog
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Geri Unger has decided not to extend her contract with SCB.
For the first time in its history, SCB's flagship journal Conservation Biology has officially recognized outstanding contributions to the journal. The journal's editors announce the first winner of the Rising Star Award and recognize the authors of the most cited paper and the paper with the highest Altmetric score.
SCB members Jan Kamler and Alice Laguardia are coauthors on a large scale study that highlights the precarious status of leopards worldwide. The big cats have lost three-fourths of their historic range, the study found. Some subspecies' are left with less than 10 percent of their historic range.
SCB Working Groups are groups that focus on a topical area relevant to the mission and goals of SCB. This month's update comes from SCB's Religion and Conservation Biology Working Group.