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Conservation of marine birds

Conservation of marine birds BIODIVERSITY BOOK REVIEW as a source of inspiration for readers and practitioners in Conservation of marine birds, edited by the field. Lindsay Young and Eric VanderWerf, Cambridge, Throughout the book, the authors frequently emphasize Academic Press, 2022, 604 pp., £115.00 (paperback), the importance of monitoring and evaluation in the con- ISBN 9780323885393 servation process. They argue that without proper moni- toring of seabird populations, it is impossible to assess the In the realm of conservation, seabirds hold a unique and success of conservation efforts and make necessary adjust- vital position as they are indicators of the health of marine ments. This is exemplified in Chapter 19, which discusses ecosystems. The book Conservation of Marine Birds the challenges and successes of seabird restoration projects (Figure 1), edited by Young and VanderWerf, provides involving social attraction and translocation, highlighting a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the challenges the need for continued monitoring to assess long-term faced by seabirds and the measures needed to protect and outcomes and improve future efforts. restore their populations. This scholarly work is a timely A key strength of this book is the inclusion of diverse and valuable resource for scientists, conservationists, and perspectives and case studies http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biodiversity Taylor & Francis

Conservation of marine birds

Biodiversity , Volume 24 (3): 2 – Jul 3, 2023
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Taylor & Francis
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© 2023 Li Fu
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2160-0651
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1488-8386
DOI
10.1080/14888386.2023.2210116
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BIODIVERSITY BOOK REVIEW as a source of inspiration for readers and practitioners in Conservation of marine birds, edited by the field. Lindsay Young and Eric VanderWerf, Cambridge, Throughout the book, the authors frequently emphasize Academic Press, 2022, 604 pp., £115.00 (paperback), the importance of monitoring and evaluation in the con- ISBN 9780323885393 servation process. They argue that without proper moni- toring of seabird populations, it is impossible to assess the In the realm of conservation, seabirds hold a unique and success of conservation efforts and make necessary adjust- vital position as they are indicators of the health of marine ments. This is exemplified in Chapter 19, which discusses ecosystems. The book Conservation of Marine Birds the challenges and successes of seabird restoration projects (Figure 1), edited by Young and VanderWerf, provides involving social attraction and translocation, highlighting a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the challenges the need for continued monitoring to assess long-term faced by seabirds and the measures needed to protect and outcomes and improve future efforts. restore their populations. This scholarly work is a timely A key strength of this book is the inclusion of diverse and valuable resource for scientists, conservationists, and perspectives and case studies

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Published: Jul 3, 2023

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