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Viable populations for conservation [E-Book] / edited by Michael E. Soulé.
What is the minimum viable population (MVP) of a particular species? Besides the obvious implications for conservation, especially of endangered species, this question raises important issues in population biology. MVP obviously varies with demographic, life history and environmental factors, but al...
|Personal Name(s):||Soulé, Michael E., (editor)|
Cambridge University Press,
1 online resource (x, 189 pages)
- Introduction / Michael E. Soule
- The demoography of chance extinction / Daniel Goodman
- Extinction models and mammalian persistence / Gary E. Belovsky
- Minimum viable population size, in the presence of castrophes / Warren J. Ewens
- Minimum viable populations: coping with umcertainty / Mark Shaffer
- Effective population size, genetic variation, and their use in population management / Russell Lande
- Spatial structure and population vulnerability / Michael E. Gilpin
- Managing critically endangered species: the Sumatran rhinoas a case study / Lynn A. Maguire
- The Role of interagency cooperation in managing for viable populations / Hal Salwasser
- Where do we go from here? / Michael E. Soule.