Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Speical issue on Risks, Decisions, and Biological Conservation

In the Journal of Diversity and Distributions Vol 19 (5-6). 

Interesting conclusion drawn by the Special issue editors in their introduction piece:

"Policy makers and conservation managers aspire to set evidence-based priorities, and technical specialists aim to have their methods used in decision-making. Scientists will succeed if, as the articles in this issue exemplify, they develop a sound understanding of the context of the decisions in which their tools are to be used and shape them accordingly."

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