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- Brand, Adrianne B., et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Biological conservation 2020 v.249 pp. 108698
- amphibians; biodiversity; conservation practices; ecosystems; leadership; momentum; scientists; stakeholders; surveys; systematic review; uncertainty
- ... Biodiversity loss is a major threat to the integrity of ecosystems and is projected to worsen, yet the path to successful conservation remains elusive. Decision support frameworks (DSFs) are increasingly applied by resource managers to navigate the complexity, uncertainty, and differing socio-ecological objectives inherent to conservation problems. Most published conservation research that uses DS ...
- Phillips, R. Brand, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Biological conservation 2012 v.147 no.1 pp. 264-269
- Columba livia; air; biodiversity; birds; introduced species; islands; mammals; Galapagos Islands
- ... Alien species can negatively affect global biodiversity, especially on islands. Significant advances in methods for eradicating mammals from islands have been achieved. In contrast, development of methods for eradicating birds from islands has lagged and few islands have had alien birds successfully eradicated. We report on a 7year campaign to remove rock pigeons from the Galapagos Islands. To dat ...