This series aims to present internationally significant contributions from leading researchers in particularly active areas of conservation biology. It focuses on topics where basic theory is strong and where there are pressing problems for practical conservation. The series includes both authored and edited volumes and adopts a direct and accessible style targeted at interested undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers and university teachers.
Executive Editor: Alan Crowden
Editorial Board: Luigi Boitani, Universitá di Roma; Barry Brook, University of Tasmania; David Brunckhorst, University of New England, Australia; Abigail Entwistle, Fauna and Flora International; Julie Lockwood, Rutgers University, New Jersey; Georgina Mace, DBE FRS, Imperial College London; Rob Marrs, University of Liverpool; Helen Regan, University of California, Riverside; David Richardson, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa; Helen Schneider, Fauna and Flora International; Raman Sukumar, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore; John Wiens, Oregon State University
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