2 edition of Systematic Conservation Planning (Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation) found in the catalog.
October 31, 2007
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||278|
Conservation Planning (Systematic) Author: Gillian Maree and team ~ CSIR (Article Type: Explanation) The science of systematic conservation planning aims to identify and set aside representative examples of all biodiversity to ‘biodiversity banks’ as proactive protection against future modifications. 1. Introduction. Systematic conservation planning (SCP) describes the process of identifying and preserving areas of conservation value (Gaston et al., , Moilanen et al., ).It's goal is to ensure the long-term persistence of a wide range of biodiversity using an explicit, objective, transparent, repeatable and efficient methodology (Pressey et al., ).Cited by:
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Systematic Conservation Planning provides a clear, comprehensive guide to the process of deriving a conservation area network for regions, which will best represent the biodiversity of regions in the most cost-effective by: Identify conservation goals for the planning region. •Set quantitative conservation targets for species, vegetation types or other features (for example, at least three occurrences of each species, 1, ha of each vegetation type, or specific targets tailored to the conservation needs of individual features).
Conservation Land Management (CLM) is a quarterly magazine that is widely regarded as essential reading for all who are involved in land management for nature conservation, Price Range: £ - £ Systematic Conservation Planning provides a clear, comprehensive guide to the process of deriving conservation area networks that will represent biodiversity in cost-effective ways.
Systematic conservation planning is widely considered the most effective approach for designing protected area and other ecological networks. However, many conservation practitioners still ignore these methods and we suggest that five perceived limitations of this process are affecting its by: Systematic Conservation Planning C.
Margules & R. Pressey. Over the past 25 years, the area of land under legal protection has increased exponentially. As of today,>, protected areas have been established encompassing million km2. to facilitate the integration of outcomes of systematic conservation planning into land-use planning policy and practice.
These outcomes incorporate the spatial infor-mation on quantitative biodiversity targets (e.g. hectares of land classes or occurrences of species) for the long-term conservation and persistence of biodiversity fea.
Systematic conservation planning has several distinctive characteristics. First, it requires clear choices about the features to be used as surrogates for overall biodiversity in the planning process.
Second, it is based on explicit goals, preferably translated into quantitative, operational by: emergence of the sub-discipline of systematic con-servation planning within conservation biology.
Systematic conservation planning now dates back a quarter-century to its earliest contributions (Kirkpatrick ). A seminal review by Margules and Pressey () established a ﬁrm conceptual framework for the sub-discipline, parameterizedCited by: Systematic biodiversity planning (also known as systematic conservation planning) identifies priority areas for biodiversity conservation within the landscape.
With the limited resources available for biodiversity conservation it is important to have a mechanism to prioritize areas for conservation action. Systematic conservation planning aims at planning new or rethinking existing conservation efforts via quantitative, data-driven evaluation of conservation goals.
Systematic Conservation Planning provides a clear, comprehensive guide to the process of deriving conservation area networks that will represent biodiversity in cost-effective ways. The measurement of biodiversity, the design of field collections to sample biodiversity and data treatment methods together provide baseline information on the distribution patterns of.
Introduction. Systematic conservation planning (SCP) supports the effective allocation of conservation efforts and the implementation of actions aiming to guarantee biodiversity long-term persistence and the efficient use of conservation resources (Margules & Pressey, ).Systematic conservation planning is a framework to provide practitioners with a list of well-defined and systematic Author: Bruno R.
Ribeiro, Mateus Atadeu. Ecological data presented significant but soluble challenges for the systematic review process, particularly in terms of the quantity, accessibility, and diverse quality of available data. In the field of conservation and environmental management there needs to be further engagement of scientists and practitioners to develop and take ownership Cited by: The field of systematic conservation planning has grown substantially, with hundreds of publications in the peer-reviewed literature and numerous applications to regional conservation planning globally.
However, the extent to which systematic conservation plans have influenced management is unclear. This paper analyses factors that facilitate the Cited by: 8.
[Extract] Systematic Conservation Planning provides a clear, comprehensive guide to the process of deriving conservation area networks that will represent biodiversity in cost-effective ways.
The measurement of biodiversity, the design of field collections to sample biodiversity and data treatment methods together provide baseline information on the distribution patterns of Cited by: Systematic conservation planning within a Fijian customary governance context.
Pacific Conservation Biology Pacific Conservation Biology Day, J. The Science of Conservation Planning will serve as a model for the application of conservation biology to real-life problems, and can lead to the development of scientifically and politically sound plans that are likely to achieve their conservation goals, even in cases where biological and ecological information is book is Cited by: Implementation strategies for systematic conservation planning The extent to which systematic conservation plans have effectively influenced management remains elusive, particularly regarding our understanding of the factors contributing to successful implementation.
Margules, C.R. and Pressey, R.L. () Systematic Conservation Planning. Nature. Systematic conservation planning is usually implemented with software tools using digital georeferenced data sets and area selection algorithms. Algorithmic approaches ensure that planning exercises are standardized and repeatable – this is the most important sense in which conservation planning is systematic.
Systematic conservation planning (SCP) is a field of conservation biology concerned with delivering on-the-ground actions that achieve conservation goals. It describes a set of operational models that cover both design and implementation of conservation, with a strong focus on mobilising the collective action typically required to implement by: Systematic conservation planning involves the development of quantitative conservation objectives, usually based on robust ecological assessments that underpin the design and implementation of spatial conservation areas.