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Conservation Science and Practice is a journal of the Society for Conservation Biology focusing on knowledge supporting conservation action
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ConservationSciencePractice Jun 14
Elephants are important ecosystem engineers and their decline may negatively impact trail-dependent species. A study in Uganda finds that with proper management, logging roads may act as surrogates for elephant trails:
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Sam Cruickshank Jun 13
Are the data collected by volunteers useful for biodiversity monitoring? Can we rely on the data they collect? In our new paper out in , we have a go at answering these questions. First up…how can you even judge whether the data are good?
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ConservationSciencePractice Jun 12
Cruickshank et al develop a dynamic false-positive detection model to evaluate the quality of volunteer-collected data without requiring comparison against external datasets:
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SCB Jun 8
A novel, fast-acting eDNA test can help airport customs officials identify illegally trafficked European , which as juveniles cannot be visually distinguished from legally-traded species. Research via
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ConservationSciencePractice Jun 11
. et al investigate how different conservation tax incentive programs motivate private landowners to engage in invasive species management. Results show differences in participation and outcomes. Authors make recommendations for future TIPs
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Dr. Chelsie Romulo Jun 6
Please RT! DEADLINE EXTENSION Call for papers Special Issue on Evolution and Adaptation of governance and institutions in based . Submit 200-word abstracts by 21 June 2019. See Link for more info:
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ConservationSciencePractice Jun 7
Hiatt et al evaluate invasive plant management expenditures in Florida. Expenditures are negatively correlated with area invaded, emphasizing the efficacy and importance of management funding:
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ConservationSciencePractice Jun 5
Evaluating the interactive influence of multiple factors may be more effective than focusing on individual threats in conservation management. See Legge, Smith, et al:
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ConservationSciencePractice Jun 4
Holsinger et al use a climate analog model to see how vegetation in the largest PAs in North America may shift with climate change. Projections through 2085 indicate changes in spatial distribution and composition: Figure: Wabakimi Provincial Park
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ConservationSciencePractice Jun 3
Strayer et al distinguish effective and ineffective circumstances of freshwater mussel propagation, augmentation, reintroduction and introduction (PARI), and give suggestions for improved implementation of restoration efforts:
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ConservationSciencePractice Jun 1
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ConservationSciencePractice May 31
McGrath et al investigate how social and spatial targeting influence PES understanding, participation, and outcomes:
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SCB May 22
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ConservationSciencePractice May 29
McKinley et al identify patterns of ecological integrity and species diversity along the Appalachian Trail. Results help identify where to focus conservation efforts for increased protection and improved management:
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ConservationSciencePractice May 28
Ogletree et al propose a classification framework for mapping cultural resources in landscape conservation planning. Methods are demonstrated through a GIS case study in Chattanooga, TN:
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ConservationSciencePractice May 27
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ConservationSciencePractice May 27
. et al demonstrate the utility of systems mapping in conservation through case studies and literature. Integrating systems thinking into practice may foster adaptive management:
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ConservationSciencePractice May 22
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ConservationSciencePractice May 22
Flagstad et al identify potentially rare ecosystems in Alaska and assess the gap between land management protection and conservation need. Results emphasize efforts to increase adequate management of lesser understood systems:
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ConservationSciencePractice May 21
Dacks et al identify relevant sociocultural factors that influence social-ecological resilience in Pacific Islander communities, and provide guidance for resource managers and practitioners in designing conservation interventions:
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