Behavioral Ecology and Conservation Biology

Behavioral Ecology and Conservation Biology

Behavioral Ecology and Conservation Biology

Behavioral Ecology and Conservation Biology

Synopsis

In the last few years, a handful of behavioural ecologists, increasingly concerned about species losses, have begun to address issues in conservation biology. Using data collected in the course of their fieldwork on mating systems, foraging behaviour, or habitat preferences, or simply by working on an endangered species, they have started to apply their findings to models of population growth and effective population size, hands-on management, and developing conservation strategies. This edited volume is the first attempt to link these disciplines formally.
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