Guidelines for Using Movement Science to Inform Biodiversity Policy
Barton, Philip; Lentini, Pia E.; Alacs, Erika; Bau, S.; Buckley, Yvonne M.; Burns, Emma; Driscoll, Don; Guja, Lydia K.; Kujala, Heini; Lahoz-Monfort, Jose; Mortelliti, Alessio; Nathan, Ran; Rowe, Robert (Ross); Smith, Annabel
Substantial advances have been made in our understanding of the movement of species, including processes such as dispersal and migration. This knowledge has the potential to improve decisions about biodiversity policy and management, but it can be difficult for decision makers to readily access and integrate the growing body of movement science. This is, in part, due to a lack of synthesis of information that is sufficiently contextualized for a policy audience. Here, we identify key species...[Show more]
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