Planning for the persistence of river biodiversity: exploring alternative futures using process-based models
1. Planning for the conservation of river biodiversity must involve a wide range of management options and account for the complication that the effects of many actions are spatially removed from these actions. Reserve design algorithms widely used in conservation planning today are not well equipped to address such complexities.2. We used process-based models to estimate the expected persistence of river biodiversity under alternative catchment-wide management scenarios and applied it in the...[Show more]
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