How to ensure threatened species monitoring leads to threatened species conservation
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Robinson, Natasha M.; Scheele, Ben C.; Legge, Sarah; Southwell, D. M.; Carter, O.; Lintermans, M.; Radford, J. Q.; Skroblin, A.; Dickman, C. R.; Koleck, J.; Wayne, A. F.; Kanowski, J.; Gillespie, G. R.; Lindenmayer, David B.
Monitoring is essential for effective conservation and management of threatened species and ecological communities. However, more often than not, threatened species monitoring is poorly implemented, meaning that conservation decisions are not informed by the best available knowledge. We outline challenges and provide best-practice guidelines for threatened species monitoring, informed by the diverse perspectives of 26 conservation managers and scientists from a range of organisations with...[Show more]
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|Source:||Ecological Management and Restoration|
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