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System-level strategies for conserving rare or little-known speciesAuthor(s): Bruce G. Marcot; Carolyn Hull Sieg
Source: In: Raphael, Martin G.; Molina, Randy, eds. Conservation of rare or little-known species: Biological, social, and economic considerations. Washington, DC: Island Press. p. 156-186.
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionIn this chapter we review the literature on system-level strategies for conserving rare or little-known (RLK) species, continuing from the species-level approaches addressed in the previous chapter. We define system-level approaches as those that result in conservation actions focused on providing for community or ecosystem composition, structure, or function.
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CitationMarcot, Bruce G.; Sieg, Carolyn Hull. 2007. System-level strategies for conserving rare or little-known species. In: Raphael, Martin G.; Molina, Randy, eds. Conservation of rare or little-known species: Biological, social, and economic considerations. Washington, DC: Island Press. p. 156-186.
Keywordsrare or little-known (RLK), conservation
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