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Title What works in conservation [Electronic book]. 2015 / edited by William J. Sutherland, Lynn V. Dicks, Nancy Ockendon and Rebecca K. Smith.
Publication Info Cambridge : Open Book Publishers, c2015.



Descript 1 online resource (xxxii, 340 p.) : ill.
Note Electronic book.
Available through Open Book Publishers.
Contents 1. AMPHIBIAN CONSERVATION. 1.1. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 1.2. Threat: Agriculture. 1.3. Threat: Energy production and mining. 1.4. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 1.5. Threat: Biological resource use. 1.6. Threat: Human intrusions and disturbance. 1.7. Threat: Natural system modifications. 1.8. Threat: Invasive and other problematic species. 1.9. Threat: Pollution. 1.10. Threat: Climate change and severe weather. 1.11. Habitat protection. 1.12. Habitat restoration and creation. 1.13. Species management. 1.14. Education and awareness raising -- 2. BAT CONSERVATION. 2.1. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 2.2. Threat: Agriculture. 2.3. Threat: Energy production - wind turbines. 2.4. Threat: Energy production - mining. 2.5. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 2.6. Threat: Biological resource use. 2.7. Threat: Human disturbance - caving and tourism. 2.8. Threat: Natural system modification - natural fire and fire suppression. 2.9. Threat: Invasive species. 2.10. Threat: Pollution. 2.11. Providing artificial roost structures for bats. 2.12. Education and awareness raising -- 3. BIRD CONSERVATION. 3.1. Habitat protection. 3.2. Education and awareness raising. 3.3. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 3.4. Threat: Agriculture. 3.5. Threat: Energy production and mining. 3.6. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 3.7. Threat: Biological resource use. 3.8. Threat: Human intrusions and disturbance. 3.9. Threat: Naturalsystem modifications. 3.10. Habitat restoration and creation. 3.11. Threat: Invasive alien and other problematic species. 3.12. Threat: Pollution. 3.13. Threat: Climate change, extreme weather and geological events. 3.14. General responses to small/declining populations. 3.15. Captive breeding, rearing and releases (ex situ conservation) -- 4. FARMLAND CONSERVATION. 4.1. All farming systems. 4.2. Arable farming. 4.3. Perennial (non-timber) crops. 4.4. Livestock farming. 4.5.Threat: Residential and commercial development. 4.6. Threat: Agri-chemicals. 4.7. Threat: Transport and service corridors. 4.8. Threat: Hunting and trapping (for pest control, food or sport). 4.9. Threat: Natural system modification . 4.10. Threat: Invasive and other problematic species. 4.11. Threat: Education and awareness -- 5. SOME ASPECTS OF CONTROL OF FRESHWATER INVASIVE SPECIES. 5.1. Threat: Invasive amphibians. 5.2. Threat: Invasive crustaceans -- 6. SOME ASPECTS OF ENHANCING NATURAL PEST CONTROL. 6.1. Reducing agricultural pollution -- 6.2. All farming systems -- 6.3 Arable farming. 6.4. Perennial farming. 6.5. Livestock farming and pasture -- 7. ENHANCING SOIL FERTILITY. 7.1. Reducing agricultural pollution. 7.2. All farming systems. 7.3. Arable farming. 7.4. Livestock and pasture farming.
Note "Is planting grass margins around fields beneficial for wildlife? Which management interventions increase bee numbers in farmland? Does helping migrating toads across roads increase populations? How do you reduce predation on bird populations? What Works in Conservation has been created to provide practitioners with answers to these and many other questions about practical conservation. This book provides an assessment of the effectiveness of 648 conservation interventions based on summarized scientific evidence relevant to the practical global conservation of amphibians, reducing the risk of predation for birds, conservation of European farmland biodiversity and some aspects of enhancing natural pest control and soil fertility. It contains key results from the summarized evidence for each conservation intervention and an assessment of the effectiveness of each by international expert panels. The volume is published in partnership with the Conservation Evidence project and is fully linked to the project's website where more detailed evidence and references can be freely accessed."--Publisher's website.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). For more detailed information consult the publishers website.
ISBN 9781783741595 (pdf)
9781783741601 (epub)
9781783741618 (mobi)
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Subject Biodiversity conservation.
Biodiversity conservation -- Management.
Biodiversity conservation -- Government policy.
Habitat conservation.
Habitat conservation -- Management.
Habitat conservation -- Government policy.
Environmental conservation.
Environmental conservation -- Management.
Environmental conservation -- Government policy.
Alt author Sutherland, William J.
Dicks, Lynn V.
Ockenden, Nancy.
Smith, Rebecca K.
Open Book Publishers.
Descript 1 online resource (xxxii, 340 p.) : ill.
Note Electronic book.
Available through Open Book Publishers.
Contents 1. AMPHIBIAN CONSERVATION. 1.1. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 1.2. Threat: Agriculture. 1.3. Threat: Energy production and mining. 1.4. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 1.5. Threat: Biological resource use. 1.6. Threat: Human intrusions and disturbance. 1.7. Threat: Natural system modifications. 1.8. Threat: Invasive and other problematic species. 1.9. Threat: Pollution. 1.10. Threat: Climate change and severe weather. 1.11. Habitat protection. 1.12. Habitat restoration and creation. 1.13. Species management. 1.14. Education and awareness raising -- 2. BAT CONSERVATION. 2.1. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 2.2. Threat: Agriculture. 2.3. Threat: Energy production - wind turbines. 2.4. Threat: Energy production - mining. 2.5. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 2.6. Threat: Biological resource use. 2.7. Threat: Human disturbance - caving and tourism. 2.8. Threat: Natural system modification - natural fire and fire suppression. 2.9. Threat: Invasive species. 2.10. Threat: Pollution. 2.11. Providing artificial roost structures for bats. 2.12. Education and awareness raising -- 3. BIRD CONSERVATION. 3.1. Habitat protection. 3.2. Education and awareness raising. 3.3. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 3.4. Threat: Agriculture. 3.5. Threat: Energy production and mining. 3.6. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 3.7. Threat: Biological resource use. 3.8. Threat: Human intrusions and disturbance. 3.9. Threat: Naturalsystem modifications. 3.10. Habitat restoration and creation. 3.11. Threat: Invasive alien and other problematic species. 3.12. Threat: Pollution. 3.13. Threat: Climate change, extreme weather and geological events. 3.14. General responses to small/declining populations. 3.15. Captive breeding, rearing and releases (ex situ conservation) -- 4. FARMLAND CONSERVATION. 4.1. All farming systems. 4.2. Arable farming. 4.3. Perennial (non-timber) crops. 4.4. Livestock farming. 4.5.Threat: Residential and commercial development. 4.6. Threat: Agri-chemicals. 4.7. Threat: Transport and service corridors. 4.8. Threat: Hunting and trapping (for pest control, food or sport). 4.9. Threat: Natural system modification . 4.10. Threat: Invasive and other problematic species. 4.11. Threat: Education and awareness -- 5. SOME ASPECTS OF CONTROL OF FRESHWATER INVASIVE SPECIES. 5.1. Threat: Invasive amphibians. 5.2. Threat: Invasive crustaceans -- 6. SOME ASPECTS OF ENHANCING NATURAL PEST CONTROL. 6.1. Reducing agricultural pollution -- 6.2. All farming systems -- 6.3 Arable farming. 6.4. Perennial farming. 6.5. Livestock farming and pasture -- 7. ENHANCING SOIL FERTILITY. 7.1. Reducing agricultural pollution. 7.2. All farming systems. 7.3. Arable farming. 7.4. Livestock and pasture farming.
Note "Is planting grass margins around fields beneficial for wildlife? Which management interventions increase bee numbers in farmland? Does helping migrating toads across roads increase populations? How do you reduce predation on bird populations? What Works in Conservation has been created to provide practitioners with answers to these and many other questions about practical conservation. This book provides an assessment of the effectiveness of 648 conservation interventions based on summarized scientific evidence relevant to the practical global conservation of amphibians, reducing the risk of predation for birds, conservation of European farmland biodiversity and some aspects of enhancing natural pest control and soil fertility. It contains key results from the summarized evidence for each conservation intervention and an assessment of the effectiveness of each by international expert panels. The volume is published in partnership with the Conservation Evidence project and is fully linked to the project's website where more detailed evidence and references can be freely accessed."--Publisher's website.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). For more detailed information consult the publishers website.
ISBN 9781783741595 (pdf)
9781783741601 (epub)
9781783741618 (mobi)
Subject Biodiversity conservation.
Biodiversity conservation -- Management.
Biodiversity conservation -- Government policy.
Habitat conservation.
Habitat conservation -- Management.
Habitat conservation -- Government policy.
Environmental conservation.
Environmental conservation -- Management.
Environmental conservation -- Government policy.
Alt author Sutherland, William J.
Dicks, Lynn V.
Ockenden, Nancy.
Smith, Rebecca K.
Open Book Publishers.

Subject Biodiversity conservation.
Biodiversity conservation -- Management.
Biodiversity conservation -- Government policy.
Habitat conservation.
Habitat conservation -- Management.
Habitat conservation -- Government policy.
Environmental conservation.
Environmental conservation -- Management.
Environmental conservation -- Government policy.
Descript 1 online resource (xxxii, 340 p.) : ill.
Note Electronic book.
Available through Open Book Publishers.
Contents 1. AMPHIBIAN CONSERVATION. 1.1. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 1.2. Threat: Agriculture. 1.3. Threat: Energy production and mining. 1.4. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 1.5. Threat: Biological resource use. 1.6. Threat: Human intrusions and disturbance. 1.7. Threat: Natural system modifications. 1.8. Threat: Invasive and other problematic species. 1.9. Threat: Pollution. 1.10. Threat: Climate change and severe weather. 1.11. Habitat protection. 1.12. Habitat restoration and creation. 1.13. Species management. 1.14. Education and awareness raising -- 2. BAT CONSERVATION. 2.1. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 2.2. Threat: Agriculture. 2.3. Threat: Energy production - wind turbines. 2.4. Threat: Energy production - mining. 2.5. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 2.6. Threat: Biological resource use. 2.7. Threat: Human disturbance - caving and tourism. 2.8. Threat: Natural system modification - natural fire and fire suppression. 2.9. Threat: Invasive species. 2.10. Threat: Pollution. 2.11. Providing artificial roost structures for bats. 2.12. Education and awareness raising -- 3. BIRD CONSERVATION. 3.1. Habitat protection. 3.2. Education and awareness raising. 3.3. Threat: Residential and commercial development. 3.4. Threat: Agriculture. 3.5. Threat: Energy production and mining. 3.6. Threat: Transportation and service corridors. 3.7. Threat: Biological resource use. 3.8. Threat: Human intrusions and disturbance. 3.9. Threat: Naturalsystem modifications. 3.10. Habitat restoration and creation. 3.11. Threat: Invasive alien and other problematic species. 3.12. Threat: Pollution. 3.13. Threat: Climate change, extreme weather and geological events. 3.14. General responses to small/declining populations. 3.15. Captive breeding, rearing and releases (ex situ conservation) -- 4. FARMLAND CONSERVATION. 4.1. All farming systems. 4.2. Arable farming. 4.3. Perennial (non-timber) crops. 4.4. Livestock farming. 4.5.Threat: Residential and commercial development. 4.6. Threat: Agri-chemicals. 4.7. Threat: Transport and service corridors. 4.8. Threat: Hunting and trapping (for pest control, food or sport). 4.9. Threat: Natural system modification . 4.10. Threat: Invasive and other problematic species. 4.11. Threat: Education and awareness -- 5. SOME ASPECTS OF CONTROL OF FRESHWATER INVASIVE SPECIES. 5.1. Threat: Invasive amphibians. 5.2. Threat: Invasive crustaceans -- 6. SOME ASPECTS OF ENHANCING NATURAL PEST CONTROL. 6.1. Reducing agricultural pollution -- 6.2. All farming systems -- 6.3 Arable farming. 6.4. Perennial farming. 6.5. Livestock farming and pasture -- 7. ENHANCING SOIL FERTILITY. 7.1. Reducing agricultural pollution. 7.2. All farming systems. 7.3. Arable farming. 7.4. Livestock and pasture farming.
Note "Is planting grass margins around fields beneficial for wildlife? Which management interventions increase bee numbers in farmland? Does helping migrating toads across roads increase populations? How do you reduce predation on bird populations? What Works in Conservation has been created to provide practitioners with answers to these and many other questions about practical conservation. This book provides an assessment of the effectiveness of 648 conservation interventions based on summarized scientific evidence relevant to the practical global conservation of amphibians, reducing the risk of predation for birds, conservation of European farmland biodiversity and some aspects of enhancing natural pest control and soil fertility. It contains key results from the summarized evidence for each conservation intervention and an assessment of the effectiveness of each by international expert panels. The volume is published in partnership with the Conservation Evidence project and is fully linked to the project's website where more detailed evidence and references can be freely accessed."--Publisher's website.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). For more detailed information consult the publishers website.
Alt author Sutherland, William J.
Dicks, Lynn V.
Ockenden, Nancy.
Smith, Rebecca K.
Open Book Publishers.
ISBN 9781783741595 (pdf)
9781783741601 (epub)
9781783741618 (mobi)

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