Edited By: Michael W Klemens
344 pages, Figs, tabs
Provides a comprehensive analysis of threats to turtles and tortoises worldwide. Klemens and eighteen international experts on turtle biology and conservation chart successes and failures of past conservation programs, discuss the use of genetics and demography in turtle conservation, and propose more effective strategies that take into account chelonian biology as well as the economic and social situations that affect turtle conservation efforts.
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