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by John L. Gittleman,Stephan M. Funk,David W. MacDonald,Robert K. Wayne

eBook Carnivore Conservation (Conservation Biology) download ISBN: 052166232X
Author: John L. Gittleman,Stephan M. Funk,David W. MacDonald,Robert K. Wayne
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (July 16, 2001)
Language: English
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John L. Gittleman, Stephan M. Funk, David W. MacDonald. Carnivores are the focus of intense attention and resources in conservation biology

John L. Carnivores are the focus of intense attention and resources in conservation biology. It is often argued that, because carnivores are at the top of the food chain, if they are protected, then other taxa will also be afforded adequate protection. Carnivores are also charismatic and compete with humans for dwindling space and environmental resources. In the past 10 years, theoretical and empirical studies on carnivores have developed very quickly.

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Volume 77, Number 3 September 2002. Carnivore Conservation. Published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York, in association with The Zoological Society of London. xiv + 675 p; il. index.

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Because carnivores are at the top of the food chain, it is often argued that protecting them will afford adequate protection to other taxa as well. In the past ten years, theoretical and empirical studies on carnivores have developed very quickly. This volume reviews and summarizes the current state of the field, describes limitations and opportunities for carnivore conservation, and offers a conceptual framework for future research and applied management. It will be of interest to students and researchers of conservation biology, mammalogy, animal behavior, ecology, and evolution.
Comments: (2)
Kefym
This is a great reference book and would be great for anybody working on carnivore research or conservation. This book is not very interesting to read from cover to cover since many of the topics have interlinked topics and alot of the information is repeated. It is also a good resource for classes.
I would not recommend this product for someone looking for a good read about carnivores. This is a research resource.
Rayli
I really enjoyed this and find the different chapters enormously useful in thinking about conservation issues. I highly recommend this book!