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- Dorji, Sangay; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan; Falconi, Lorena; Williams, Stephen E.; Sinha, Priyakant; Vernes, Karl
- Conservation biology 2018 v.32 no.5 pp. 1162-1173
- computer software; conservation areas; conservation status; databases; ecoregions; endangered species; extinction; funding; indigenous species; land cover; land use; mammals; planning; risk; Himalayan region
- ... To augment mammal conservation in the Eastern Himalayan region, we assessed the resident 255 terrestrial mammal species and identified the 50 most threatened species based on conservation status, endemism, range size, and evolutionary distinctiveness. By using the spatial analysis package letsR and the complementarity core‐area method in the conservation planning software Zonation, we assessed the ...
- Gullison, Raymond E.; Hardner, Jared
- Conservation biology 2018 v.32 no.5 pp. 1020-1030
- biodiversity; climate change; conservation areas; deforestation; developing countries; drying; forests; funding; governance; hydrology; land use; nongovernmental organizations; planning
- ... Effective management refers to the ability of a protected area or indigenous territory to meet its objectives, particularly as they relate to the protection of biodiversity and forest cover. Effective management is achieved through a process of consolidation, which among other things requires legally protecting sites, integrating sites into land‐use planning, developing and implementing management ...