Edited By: Mark W Schwartz
436 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Explores the critical issues related to developing an integrated conservation programme within the context of severe habitat loss. Using the midwestern United States as a case study, it addresses theoretical issues related to conservation as well as practical applications of conservation-research information into reserve-system planning. It integrates science and policy in conservation; proposes conservation strategies for regions in which habitat loss precludes a comprehensive conservation of all native biodiversity; specifically addresses trade-offs in conservation actions; links basic research with practical applications; and targets issues underrepresented in the conservation literature.
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