Manning, Adrian; Gordon, Iain J.; Ripple, William J.
The absence of an organism from a landscape for a long time can be a major barrier to the restoration of that species due to factors such as environmental conditions changing since extinction. This can make it difficult to assess the feasibility of reintroduction when an extirpated species cannot, by definition, be observed in the landscape of interest. In such situations, two important options for conservation scientists include: (1) to draw on insights from analogous ecosystems where the...[Show more]
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