2000

Quantitative Methods for Conservation Biology

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ISBN: 978-0-387-95486-8 (Print) 978-0-387-22648-4 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

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    Pages 1-6

    Detecting Extinction in Sighting Data

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    Pages 7-26

    Inferring Threat from Scientific Collections: Power Tests and an Application to Western Australian Acacia Species

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    Pages 27-38

    Identifying the Ecological Correlates of Extinction-Prone Species: A Case Study of New Zealand Birds

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    Pages 39-58

    Quantitative Methods for Modeling Species Habitat: Comparative Performance and an Application to Australian Plants

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    Pages 59-76

    Risk Assessment of a Proposed Introduction of Pacific Salmon in the Delaware River Basin

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    Pages 77-95

    Likelihood of Introducing Nonindigenous Organisms with Agricultural Commodities: Probabilistic Estimation

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    Pages 96-108

    “Best” Abundance Estimates and Best Management: Why They Are Not the Same

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    Pages 121-126

    Whaling Models for Cetacean Conservation

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    Pages 127-147

    Assessing Land-Use Impacts on Bull Trout Using Bayesian Belief Networks

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    Pages 148-168

    Using Matrix Models to Focus Research and Management Efforts in Conservation

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    Pages 169-187

    Variability and Measurement Error in Extinction Risk Analysis: The Northern Spotted Owl on the Olympic Peninsula

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    Pages 188-198

    Can Individual-Based Models Yield a Better Assessment of Population Variability?

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    Pages 199-225

    Potential of Branching Processes as a Modeling Tool for Conservation Biology

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    Pages 226-258

    Role of Genetics in Conservation Biology

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    Pages 259-273

    Modeling Problems in Conservation Genetics Using Laboratory Animals Richard Frankham

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    Pages 274-290

    Theoretical Properties of Extinction by Inbreeding Depression Under Stochastic Environments

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    Pages 291-306

    Mathematical Methods for Identifying Representative Reserve Networks