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Insects are the most diverse and abundant animals that share our world, and conservation initiatives are increasingly needed and being implemented globally, to safe guard the wealth of individual species. This book provides sufficient background information, illustrated by examples from many parts of the world, to enable more confident and efficient progress towards the conservation of these ecologically indispensable animals. Writing for graduate students, academic researchers and professionals, Tim New describes the major ingredients for insect species management and conservation, and how these may be integrated into effective practical management and recovery plans.Read more
- Each chapter contains a concluding summary to highlight major points covered in the text
- Provides practical advice to facilitate design and implementation of insect species conservation plans
- Brings together previously scattered information to create a modern international synthesis of insect species conservation
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"… great to read … a valuable resource for land managers, conservation professionals and students alike and offers a practical framework and advice to help us better protect insect species into the future."
Nick Fountain-Jones, Austral Ecology
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- Date Published: July 2009
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521732765
- length: 272 pages
- dimensions: 228 x 152 x 13 mm
- weight: 0.44kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
1. Needs and priorities for insect species conservation
2. Plans for insect species conservation
3. Habitat, population and dispersal issues
4. Current and future needs in planning habitat and resource supply
5. Beyond habitat: other threats to insects, and their management
6. Adaptive management options: habitat re-creation
7. Reintroductions and ex situ conservation
8. Roles of monitoring in conservation management
9. Promotion of insect species for wider conservation attention
10. Insect management plans for the future.
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- Conservation Biology
- Insect Ecology
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