Evaluating complementary networks of restoration plantings for landscape-scale occurrence of temporally dynamic species
Multibillion dollar investments in land restoration make it critical that conservation goals are achieved cost-effectively. Approaches developed for systematic conservation planning offer opportunities to evaluate landscape-scale, temporally dynamic biodiversity outcomes from restoration and improve on traditional approaches that focus on the most species-rich plantings. We investigated whether it is possible to apply a complementarity-based approach to evaluate the extent to which an existing...[Show more]
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|Source:||Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology|
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