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Why do we map threats? Linking threat mapping with actions to make better conservation decisions

Tulloch, Vivitskaia J.; Tulloch, Ayesha; Visconti, Piero; Halpern, Benjamin S.; Watson, James E.M.; Evans, Megan; Auerbach, Nancy A.; Barnes, Megan; Beger, M.; Chades, Iadine; Giakoumi, Sylvaine; McDonald-Madden, Eve; Murray, Nicholas J.; Ringma, Jeremy; Possingham, Hugh P


Spatial representations of threatening processes - "threat maps" - can identify where biodiversity is at risk, and are often used to identify priority locations for conservation. In doing so, decision makers are prone to making errors, either by assuming

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
DOI: 10.1890/140022


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