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Management of the Semi-Natural Matrix

  • J. H. Brown
  • C. G. Curtin
  • R. W. Braithwaite
Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 162)

Abstract

Conservation efforts have traditionally focused on two main themes: preservation of endangered species and establishment of biological reserves (Fox 1981). Yet, there are too many species to be saved one-at-a-time, and any reserve system is inadequate to preserve the biotas of entire continents, especially in the face of global changes in climate and land use.

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Natural Reserve Central Intelligence Agency Savanna Species Local Species Diversity Rocky Mountain Research Station 
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  • J. H. Brown
  • C. G. Curtin
  • R. W. Braithwaite

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