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Cover description: Bornean orangutan female in degraded peat swamp forest.
Recovering threatened species is a key challenge for conservation managers, policy makers, and researchers. This article describes a practical framework for assigning priorities for recovery of threatened species according to cost‐effectiveness of recovery strategies for species groups. The...
Transboundary management of large carnivores, such as that of bears in the human dominated landscapes in Europe is rife with challenges. During summer 2006, brown bear JJ1, one of the 27 cubs born in the Central Alps between 2002 and 2006, as a result of reintroduction efforts carried out in...
No‐take marine protected areas (MPAs) typically lead to population abundances that are much more spatially heterogeneous compared to conventional fisheries management. Higher abundances inside marine reserves may sustain regional populations through spillover of larvae, but this induced spatial...
One reason for the rapid loss of species‐rich tropical forests is the high opportunity costs of forest protection. In Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo), the expansion of high‐revenue oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) plantations currently threatens 3.3 million ha of forest. We estimate that payments for...
Conservation spending in California, USA exceeds conservation expenditures in many countries. To date, there has been no objective method to assess the efficiency of such spending for achieving species conservation outcomes. We conducted the first such retrospective analysis of conservation...
Quantitative assessment of the spatial patterns of all human uses of the oceans and their cumulative effects is needed for implementing ecosystem‐based management, marine protected areas, and ocean zoning. Here, we apply methods developed to map cumulative impacts globally to the California...
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