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Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2

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Jacobson and Tony Rebelo 9 Nature as a source of health and well-being: is this an ecosystem service that could pay for conserving biodiversity? She is also an adjunct Professor in Biology at the University of Bergen, Norway. Macdonald 6 Leadership and listening: inspiration for conservation mission and advocacy 92 Andrew Gosler, Shonil Bhagwat, Stuart Harrop, Mark Bonta and Sonia Tidemann 7 The human dimension in addressing conflict with large carnivores 110 Amy Dickman, Silvio Marchini and Michael Manfredo 8 Citizen science and nature conservation 127 Jonathan Silvertown, Christina D. A final chapter, by the editors, synthesises thinking on the relationship between biodiversity conservation and human development. Milner-Gulland 20 Designing effective solutions to conservation planning problems 362 Andrew T. The E-mail message field is required.

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Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2

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Written by an internationally renowned team of authors, Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2 adds to the still topical foundations laid in the first volume published in 2007 by exploring a further 25 cutting-edge issues in modern biodiversity conservation, including controversial subjects such as setting conservation priorities, balancing the focus on species and ecosystems, and financial mechanisms to value biodiversity and pay for its conservation. The interdisciplinary nature of biodiversity conservation is reflected throughout the book. Contributors vii Preface xiii About the companion website xvii Part I The framework 1 1 Conservation priorities: identifying need, taking action and evaluating success 3 Andrew S. In addition to his conservation research, he is heavily involved in the practice and policy of conservation, and is also known through his films and books on wildlife. As a new development, this second volume of Key Topics includes chapters on major ecosystems, such as forests, islands and both fresh and marine waters, along with case studies of the conservation of major taxa: plants, butterflies, birds and mammals. Written by an internationally renowned team of authors, Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2 adds to the still topical foundations laid in the first volume published in 2007 by exploring a further 25 cutting-edge issues in modern biodiversity conservation, including controversial subjects such as setting conservation priorities, balancing the focus on species and ecosystems, and financial mechanisms to value biodiversity and pay for its conservation.

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Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2

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Macdonald 6 Leadership and listening: inspiration for conservation mission and advocacy 92 Andrew Gosler, Shonil Bhagwat, Stuart Harrop, Mark Bonta and Sonia Tidemann 7 The human dimension in addressing conflict with large carnivores 110 Amy Dickman, Silvio Marchini and Michael Manfredo 8 Citizen science and nature conservation 127 Jonathan Silvertown, Christina D. Other chapters, setting the framework for conservation, address the sociology and philosophy of peoples relation with Nature and its impact on health, and such challenging practical issues as wildlife trade and conflict between people and carnivores. Bulte, Paul Ferraro and Sven Wunder 5 Tackling unsustainable wildlife trade 74 Adam J. Hernan Vargas -- Conserving large mammals : are they a special case? Choice, 1 December 2013 David W. Macdonald 6 Leadership and listening: inspiration for conservation mission and advocacy 92 Andrew Gosler, Shonil Bhagwat, Stuart Harrop, Mark Bonta and Sonia Tidemann 7 The human dimension in addressing conflict with large carnivores 110 Amy Dickman, Silvio Marchini and Michael Manfredo 8 Citizen science and nature conservation 127 Jonathan Silvertown, Christina D. Related Resources Contributors vii Preface xiii About the companion website xvii Part I The framework 1 1 Conservation priorities: identifying need, taking action and evaluating success 3 Andrew S. Each essay examines the fundamental principles of the topic, the methodologies involved and, crucially, the human dimension.

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Each topic is explored by a team of top international experts, assembled to bring their own cross-cutting knowledge to a penetrating synthesis of the issues from both theoretical and practical perspectives. A final chapter, by the editors, synthesises thinking on the relationship between biodiversity conservation and human development. Rodrigues, Niels Strange, Tom Tew and Kerrie A. Josh Donlan, Jens-Christian Svenning and Dennis Hansen 24 Disease control 452 Peter D. Dutton, Brian Gratwicke, Cameron Hepburn, Emilio A.

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Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2 (English Edition) eBook: David W. Macdonald, Katherine J. Willis: pfactory.in: Kindle Store

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Rodrigues, Niels Strange, Tom Tew and Kerrie A. Each essay examines the fundamental principles of the topic, the methodologies involved and, crucially, the human dimension. Dutton, Brian Gratwicke, Cameron Hepburn, Emilio A. The chapters address the sociology and philosophy of peoples' relations with Nature and its impact on health, as well as such challenging practical issues as wildlife trade and conflict between people and carnivores. The ecological costs and constraints of being a large mammal in the 21st century create special challenges in their conservation compared to smaller mammalian species.

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Rogers, Dan Laffoley, Nick Polunin and Derek P. Choice, 1 December 2013 Read more. It is aimed particularly at senior undergraduate and graduate students in conservation biology and wildlife management and wider ecological and environmental subjects, and those taking Masters degrees in any field relevant to conservation and the environment. In addition to his conservation research, he is heavily involved in the practice and policy of conservation, and is also known through his films and books on wildlife. It probes the reasons why such problems are associated with larger species, and proposes several solutions to increase their chances for persistence and in some cases, lead to recovery of the former range. Rogers, Dan Laffoley, Nick Polunin and Derek P.

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Her work within the Biodiversity Institute falls under three key research areas: biodiversity beyond protected areas; ecological and evolutionary processes responsible for biodiversity; and biodiversity technologies. Macdonald, Luigi Boitani, Eric Dinerstein, HervE Fritz and Richard Wrangham 17 Plant conservation: the seeds of success 313 Timothy Wa lker, Stephen A. She is also an adjunct Professor in Biology at the University of Bergen, Norway. Written by an internationally renowned team of authors, Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2 adds to the still topical foundations laid in the first volume published in 2007 by exploring a further 25 cutting-edge issues in modern biodiversity conservation, including controversial subjects such as setting conservation priorities, balancing the focus on species and ecosystems, and financial mechanisms to value biodiversity and pay for its conservation. Tittensor 11 Lost in muddy waters: freshwater biodiversity 184 Nic Pacini, David M.

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Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2 (English Edition) eBook: David W. Macdonald, Katherine J. Willis: pfactory.in: Kindle Store

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Herrera and Dav id W. Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2 will, like its sister volume, be a valuable resource in universities and colleges, government departments, and conservation agencies. It is aimed particularly at senior undergraduate and graduate students in conservation biology and wildlife management and wider ecological and environmental subjects, and those taking Masters degrees in any field relevant to conservation and the environment. Harper, Peter Henderson and Tom LeQuesne 12 Habitat case studies: islands 204 Carolyn King, Mark Lomolino, Gary Roemer and Brendan Godley 13 Conservation of tropical forests: maintaining ecological integrity and resilience 222 Owen T. Baillie, Dav id Raffa elli and Claudio Sillero-Zubiri 3 Five paradigms of collective action underlying the human dimension of conservation 42 Laurent Mermet, Katherine Homewood, Andrew Dobson and Raphaël Billé 4 Economic instruments for nature conservation 59 Christopher B. Macdonald, Luigi Boitani, Eric Dinerstein, HervE Fritz and Richard Wrangham 17 Plant conservation: the seeds of success 313 Timothy Wa lker, Stephen A. Baillie, Dav id Raffa elli and Claudio Sillero-Zubiri 3 Five paradigms of collective action underlying the human dimension of conservation 42 Laurent Mermet, Katherine Homewood, Andrew Dobson and Raphaël Billé 4 Economic instruments for nature conservation 59 Christopher B.

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Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2 (English Edition) eBook: David W. Macdonald, Katherine J. Willis: pfactory.in: Kindle Store

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Pullin, William Sutherland, Toby Gardner, Valerie Kapos and John E. Pullin, William Sutherland, Toby Gardner, Valerie Kapos and John E. Each topic is explored by a team of top international experts, assembled to bring their own cross-cutting knowledge to a penetrating synthesis of the issues from both theoretical and practical perspectives. A final chapter, by the editors, synthesises thinking on the relationship between biodiversity conservation and human development. A further selection of topics consider how to safeguard the future through monitoring, reserve planning, corridors and connectivity, together with approaches to reintroduction and re-wilding, along with managing wildlife disease. Stanley Price 23 Rewilding 430 Chris Sandom, C.

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