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than do conservationists," says Andelman. "It goes beyond conservation science to human psychology figuring out how we can get the pieces of land with the biggest conservation impact. It requires data conservationists have not historically collected such as property values and understanding what will motivate a landowner to sell. In an ever changing world this will have a better success rate in helping the 40% of threatened vertebrates that have no habitat protection."

"For 20 years the theory of conservation planning proceeded on the assumption that the world is static," says Possingham. "Assuming the world is static, economically and ecologically, is absurd. This paper ushers in a new era of conservation planning theory and practice that can account for uncertainty and dynamics in the real world."


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Contact: Kate Stinchcombe
kate.stinchcombe@oxon.blackwellpublishing.com
Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
21-Jul-2004


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