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Conserving Biodiversity Efficiently: What to Do, Where, and When

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  • Emma C Underwood

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Conservation priority-setting schemes have not yet combined geographic priorities with a framework that can guide the allocation of funds among alternate conservation actions that address specific threats. A framework is developed and applied to 17 of the world’s 39 Mediterranean ecoregions. This framework offers an improvement over approaches that only focus on land purchase or species richness and do not account for threats [Plos Bilology].

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  • Kerrie A Wilson & Emma C Underwood, 2007. "Conserving Biodiversity Efficiently: What to Do, Where, and When," Working Papers id:1202, eSocialSciences.
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