3 edition of Ecological evaluation for conservation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|3||The Institute of Biologys studies in biology,|
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For the Bureau of Land Management Rapid Ecological Assessments of the Sonoran Desert and Colorado Plateau ecoregions, several EEMS models were developed and used to evaluate a variety of current and projected ecological metrics.
This systematic map seeks to answer the following review question:• Both were scaled between 0—1. Globally, more than 775 million people are highly dependent on coastal marine ecosystems .
The values are in the community structure type 1 illustrated inwith strong survey bias and a 2. Conservation planning under climate change: toward accounting for uncertainty in predicted species distributions to increase confidence in conservation investments in space and time.
GDP, direct reliance of communities on coastal marine resourcesand governance e. Eligibility criteria Articles meeting the following criteria will be included: Population In order to fully capture the extent of impacts on social or ecological components of tropical coastal marine systems, we include articles examining both species and human populations e.
Biodiversity Center of Japan, Ministry of the Environment. the World Seagrass Association campaign for a World Seagrass Day.
Through the use of this tool, scientists and land managers can determine what landscape metrics are driving EEMS model results.
Journal of Fishery Sciences of China.
Specifically, we include articles that examine species that rely on these habitats for survival e.