Conserving bird biodiversity : general principles and their application [E-Book] / edited by Ken Norris and Deborah J. Pain.
Norris, Ken, (editor)
Pain, Deborah J., (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2002
1 online resource (xiii, 337 pages)
englisch
9780521789493
9780511606304
9780521783408
Conservation biology ; 7
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Table of Contents:
  • Biodiversity: evolution, species, genes / Michael W. Bruford
  • Why conserve bird diversity? / Colin Bibby
  • Mapping and monitoring bird populations: their conservation uses / Les Underhill and David Gibbons
  • Priority-setting in species conservation / Georgina M. Mace and Nigel J. Collar
  • Selecting sites for conservation / Andrew Balmford
  • Critically endangered bird populations and their management / Ben D. Bell and Don V. Merton
  • Diagnosing causes of population declines and selecting remedial actions / Rhys E. Green
  • Outside the reserve: pandemic threats to bird biodiversity / Deborah J. Pain and Paul F. Donald
  • Predicting the impact of environmental change / Ken Norris and Richard Stillman
  • Fragmentation, habitat loss and landscape management / Paul Opdam and John A. Wiens
  • The interface between research, education and training / Leon Bennun
  • Conservation policies and programmes affecting birds / Gerard C. Boere and Clayton D.A. Rubec.