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Interdisciplinarity in biodiversity project evaluation: a work in progress
(CSIRO Publishing, 2013)
A range of methodological frameworks is available to assist decision-makers with evaluations of projects concerned with biodiversity conservation (the protection, management or restoration of biodiversity), but their uptake ...
Prioritising and evaluating biodiversity projects
Introduction to a special issue of Wildlife Research. Biodiversity-project prioritisation and evaluation can contribute to better-targeted and more cost-effective conservation action. The overall goal for the Special Issue ...
The costs of single species programmes and the budget constraint
(Surrey Beatty & Sons, 2008)
Despite the scarcity of funding for species conservation programs, estimation of the cost of threatened species programs occurs in only a few countries. This paper examines the reasons for the lack of species program cost ...
Habitat manipulation to mitigate the impacts of invasive arthropod pests
Exotic invaders are some of the most serious insect pests of agricultural crops around the globe. Increasingly, the structure of landscape and habitat is recognized as having a major influence on both insect pests and their ...
Assignment of measureable costs and benefits to wildlife conservation projects
(CSIRO Publishing, 2012-12-11)
Success of wildlife conservation projects is determined by a suite of biological and economic factors. Donor and public understanding of the economic factors is becoming increasingly central to the longevity of funding for ...
Biodiversity protection prioritisation: a 25-year review
(CSIRO Publishing, 2012-09-04)
There are insufficient resources available globally, nationally and in many regions, to conserve all species, habitats and ecosystems. Prioritisation of targets or actions is a rational response to resource scarcity. ...