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The Use of Population Viability Analyses in Conservation Planning

Series: Ecological Bulletins Volume: 48
Edited By: Per Sjögren-Gulve and Torbjörn Ebenhard
205 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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About this book

Reviews applications of spatially realistic occupancy models and age- or stage-structured demographic models as well as individual-based demographic models.

Contents

Preface P. Sjogren-Gulve and T. Ebenhard Population viability analyses in conservation planning: an overview H. R. Akcakaya and P. Sjogren-Gulve Population viability analyses with demographically and spatially structured models H. R. Akcakaya Considering threats to the viability of small populations using individual-based models R. C. Lacy Metapopulation viability analysis using occupancy models Sjogren-Gulve and I. Hanski Applications of population viability analyses in plant conservation E. S. Menges Focal species modeling for biodiversity conservation E. Fleishman, B. G. Jonsson and P. Sjogren-Gulve Comparative precision of three spatially realistic simulation models of metapopulation dynamics O. Kindvall Management and population viability of the pasture plant Gentianella campestris: the role of interactions between habitat factors T. Lennartsson Demography and management of relict sand lizard Lacerta agilis populations on the edge of extinction S.-A. Berglind Population viability analyses in endangered species management: the wolf, otter and peregrine falcon in Sweden T. Ebenhard Incidence function modelling and conservation of the tree frog Hyla arborea in the Netherlands C. C. Vos, C. J. F. Ter Braak and W. Nieuwenhuizen Population viability analysis in the classification of threatened species: problems and potentials U. Gardenfors Structure of the VORTEX simulation model for population viability analysis R. C. Lacy

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Series: Ecological Bulletins Volume: 48
Edited By: Per Sjögren-Gulve and Torbjörn Ebenhard
205 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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