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Spider responses to alien plant invasion: the effect of short- and long-term Chromolaena odorata invasion and management
(British Ecological Society, 2008-07)
Invasions by alien plants into unspoiled ecosystems are a cause for concern because the pristine systems are important stores of biodiversity. Indeed, the introduction of non-indigenous species into protected areas is a ...
Diversity and depletions in continental carnivore guilds: implications for prioritizing global carnivore conservation
(The Royal Society, 2009-01)
Large carnivores are important ecosystem components but are extinction prone due to small populations, slow growth rates and large area requirements. Consequently, there has been a surge of carnivore conservation efforts. ...
A Review of community-based natural resource management
(ALOKI K ft., Budapest, Hungary, 2017)
This paper reviews initiatives of Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) from 21 case studies in different countries. The study uses Ostrom’s design principles and eight objective measures. These are empowerment, ...
Fencing for Conservation: restriction of evolutionary potential or a riposte to threatening processes?
How can we best protect the world’s biodiversity in the face of the growing human population? This question is the central theme of contemporary conservation biology. The protection of biodiversity from overuse by fencing ...