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Guidelines for developing a rare plant reintroduction planAuthor(s): Donald A. Falk; Constance I. Millar; Margaret Olwell
Source: In: Restoring diversity: strategies for reintroduction of endangered plants. Falk, Donald A.; Millar, Constance I.; Olwell, Margaret ed. 1996: p. 453-490
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DescriptionThe reintroduction of any species is inherently complex. For endangered species, the complexity is exacerbated by a shortage of sound policies, effective models, and strong scientific underpinnings.
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CitationFalk, Donald A.; Millar, Constance I.; Olwell, Margaret, ed. 1996. Guidelines for developing a rare plant reintroduction plan. In: Restoring diversity: strategies for reintroduction of endangered plants. Falk, Donald A.; Millar, Constance I.; Olwell, Margaret ed. 1996: p. 453-490
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