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September/October 2016 , Volume 9 , Issue 5 September/October 2016 , Volume 9 , Issue 5 Viewpoint 313 Revised Taxonomic Binomials Jeopardize Protective Wildlife Legislation Zhao-Min Zhou , Chris Newman , Christina D. Buesching , Xiuxiang Meng , David W. Macdonald , and Youbing Zhou Reviews 316 Unintended Feedbacks: Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Conservation Effectiveness Cecilia Larrosa , Luis R. Carrasco , and E. J. Milner-Gulland Letters 327 Approaches Used to Evaluate the Social Impacts of Protected Areas Emiel de Lange , Emily Woodhouse , and E.J. Milner-Gulland 334 National Parks in Northern Sweden as Refuges for Illegal Killing of Large Carnivores Geir Rune Rauset , Henrik Andrén , Jon E. Swenson , Gustaf Samelius , Peter Segerström , Andreas Zedrosser , and Jens Persson Editor-in-Chief: Edward T. Game 342 Predicting IUCN Extinction Risk Categories for the World’s Data Deﬁ cient Groupers (Teleostei: Epinephelidae) Osmar J. Luiz , Rachael M. Woods , Elizabeth M.P. Madin , and Joshua S. Madin Senior Associate Editors: E.J. Milner-Gulland, Harini Nagendra and Mark W. Schwartz Policy Perspectives 351 Conservation Organizations Need to Consider Adaptive Capacity: Why Local Input Matters Elizabeth Mcleod , Brian Szuster , Jochen Hinkel , Emma L. Tompkins , Nadine Marshall , Thomas Downing , Supin Wongbusarakum , Anand Patwardhan , Mo Hamza , Cheryl Anderson , Sukaina Bharwani , Lara Hansen , and Pamela Rubinoff 361 Reconciling Development and Conservation under Coastal Squeeze from Rising Sea Level Morena Mills , Javier X. Leon , Megan I. Saunders , Justine Bell , Yan Liu , Julian O’Mara , Catherine E. Lovelock , Peter J. Mumby , Stuart Phinn , Hugh P. Possingham , Vivitskaia J. D. Tulloch , Konar Mutafoglu , Tiffany Morrison , David P. Callaghan , Tom Baldock , Carissa J. Klein , and Ove Hoegh-Guldberg 369 Biodiversity Risks of Adopting Resilience as a Policy Goal Adrian C. Newton 377 Enhancing the Value and Validity of EIA: Serious Science to Protect Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Marcus Sheaves , Rob Coles , Pat Dale , Alana Grech , Robert L. Pressey , and Nathan J. Waltham 384 Interactions Between Biodiversity Offsets and Protected Area Commitments: Avoiding Perverse Outcomes Martine Maron , Ascelin Gordon , Brendan G. Mackey , Hugh P. Possingham , and James E. M. Watson Correspondence 390 Getting the Best out of “Resilience” as a Conservation Policy Goal: A Response to Newton (2016) S. J. Sinclair Cover description: The black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) is a valuable nonextractive economic resource for the toursim sector in many island-nations in the Caribbean Sea. wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/conl C CONL_9_5_cover.indd 1 ONL_9_5_cover.indd 1 2 25/10/16 1:37 PM 5/10/16 1:37 PM Editorial Board A journal of the Society for Conservation Biology Editor in Chief Edward T. 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