Why are we still using a 'One size fits all' philosophy for systematic reserve planning in Australia?

Watson, James, Fuller, Richard A. and Barr, Lissa (2008) Why are we still using a 'One size fits all' philosophy for systematic reserve planning in Australia?. Pacific Conservation Biology, 14 4: 233-235.


Author Watson, James
Fuller, Richard A.
Barr, Lissa
Title Why are we still using a 'One size fits all' philosophy for systematic reserve planning in Australia?
Journal name Pacific Conservation Biology   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1038-2097
Publication date 2008
Sub-type Editorial
Volume 14
Issue 4
Start page 233
End page 235
Total pages 3
Place of publication Chipping Norton, NSW, Australia
Publisher Surrey Beatty
Language eng
Subject 05 Environmental Sciences
0502 Environmental Science and Management
Abstract The considerable efforts and resource investment by Australian government to implement the 'Comprehensive, Adequate and Representative (CAR) system, an addition to the existing process of systematically plan the national reserve system (NRs) are reviewed. A vital complementary strategy should be designed to obtain more long-term data and advanced modelling to maintain CAR and restore the condition of the uprotected matrix to conserve biodiversity assets outside of protected areas.
Q-Index Code CX

 
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