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Conservation Letters April 2012, Volume 5, Issue 2 Conservation Letters Mini Review 81 Consequences of nuclear accidents for biodiversity and ecosystem services A journal of the Society for Conservation Biology Volume 5, Number 2, April 2012 Henrik von Wehrden, Joern Fischer, Patric Brandt, Viktoria Wagner, Klaus Kümmerer, Tobias Kuemmerle, Anne Nagel, Oliver Olsson, and Patrick Hostert 90 Peace parks and transboundary initiatives: implications for marine conservation and spatial planning Peter Mackelworth Policy Perspectives 99 Reform or reversal: implications of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) on land use, land use change, and forestry (LULUCF) in developing countries Kaysara Khatun Letters 107 The inﬂ uence of traditional Buddhist wildlife release on biological invasions Xuan Liu, Monica E. McGarrity, and Yiming Li 115 Large trees are keystone structures in urban parks Karen Stagoll, David B. Lindenmayer, Emma Knight, Joern Fischer and Adrian D. Manning 123 Connecting natural landscapes using a landscape permeability model to prioritize conservation activities in the United States David M. Theobald, Sarah E. Reed, Kenyon Fields, and Michael Soulé 134 A novel approach for global mammal extinction risk reduction Moreno Di Marco, Marcel Cardillo, Hugh P. Possingham, Kerrie A. Wilson, Simon P. Blomberg, Luigi Boitani, and Carlo Rondinini 142 Examining protected area effectiveness in Sumatra: importance of regulations governing unprotected lands D. L. A. Gaveau, L. M. Curran, G. D. Paoli, K. M. Carlson, P. Wells, A. Besse-Rimba, D. Ratnasari, and N. Leader-Williams 149 A framework for predicting species extinction by linking population dynamics with habitat loss Andrew J. Tanentzap, Susan Walker, R. T. Theo Stephens, and William G. Lee 157 Corrigendum Cover description: The Chernobyl nuclear power plant (photo courtesy: Justin Stahlman, 2006). The Chernobyl power plant set the scene for one of the world’s most severe nuclear accidents. Since then, much debate on the risks of nuclear accidents has focused on human health and society while the impacts on the environment have received far less attention. The study published on pages 81-89 provides a quantitative review on the effects of the Chernobyl accident on biodiversity and ecosystem services. The outcome shows that negative impacts on the environment prevail to this date and have a large spatial extent. The authors conclude that researchers and policy makers need to put environmental effects on their agenda when evaluating the risks of nuclear energy. wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/conl FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. c conl_5_2_cover.indd 1 onl_5_2_cover.indd 1 4 4/4/12 9:43:00 PM /4/12 9:43:00 PM conl_163.qxd 1/23/12 2:17 PM Page 1 Editorial Board A journal of the Society for Conservation Biology Editors in Chief Richard M. 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