Auerbach, Nancy A.; Wilson, Kerrie A.; Tulloch, Ayesha; Rhodes, Jonathan R.; Hanson, Jeffrey; Possingham, Hugh
Decisions need to be made about which biodiversity management actions are undertaken to mitigate threats and about where these actions are implemented. However, management actions can interact; that is, the cost, benefit, and feasibility of one action can change when another action is undertaken. There is little guidance on how to explicitly and efficiently prioritize management for multiple threats, including deciding where to act. Integrated management could focus on one management action to...[Show more]
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