Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations of Regional Reserve Networks

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Michael E. Soulé, John Terborgh
Island Press, 1862 - Biodiversity conservation - 227 pages
Continental Conservation provides conservationists and biologists with the latest scientific principles for protecting living nature at spatial scales that encompass entire regions and continents. Continental Conservation is an important guide book that can serve a vital role in helping fashion a radically honest scientifically rigorous land-use agenda. It will be required reading for scientists and professionals at all levels involved with ecosystem and land management.

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