Carnivore Conservation (Broché)

  • Cambridge University Press

  • Paru le : 01/06/2001
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Carnivores are the focus of intense attention and resources in conservation biology. It is often argued that, because carnivores are at the top of the food chain, if they are protected, then other taxa will also be afforded adequate protection. Carnivores are also charismatic and compete with humans for dwindling space and environmental resources. In the past 10 years, theoretical and empirical studies on carnivores have developed very quickly. This volume reviews and summarises the current state of the field, describes limitations and opportunities for carnivore conservation, and offers a conceptual framework for future research and applied management. As such it will be of interest to students and researchers of conservation biology, mammalogy, animal behaviour ecology, and evolution.
    • Past and future carnivore extinctions: a phylogenetic perspective
    • Interspecific competition and the population biology of extinction-prone carnivores
    • Strategies for carnivore conservation: lessons from contemporary extinctions
    • Alien carnivores: unwelcome experiments in ecological theory
    • Carnivore introductions and invasions: their success and management options
    • Hybridization and conservation of carnivores
    • Carnivore demography and the consequences of changes in prey availability
    • Human-carnivore interactions: adopting proactive strategies for complex problems
    • The control, exploitation and conservation of carnivores
    • Interdisciplinary problem solving in carnivore conservation: an introduction
    • Assessment of carnivore reintroductions
    • Interactions between carnivores and local communities: conflict or co-existence?
    • New methods for obtaining and analyzing genetic data from free-ranging carnivores
    • Applications of genetic concepts and molecular methods to carnivore conservation
    • Role of reproductive sciences in carnivore conservation
    • Monitoring of terrestrial carnivore populations
    • Changing landscapes: consequences for carnivores
    • Behaviour of carnivores in exploited and controlled populations
    • The role of disease in carnivore ecology and conservation
    • Geographic priorities for carnivore conservation in Africa
    • Estimating interpopulation dispersal rates
    • Setting priorities for carnivore conservation: what makes carnivores different?
    • Postscript-carnivore conservation: science, compromise and tough choices.
  • Date de parution : 01/06/2001
  • Editeur : Cambridge University Press
  • Collection : conservation biology
  • ISBN : 0-521-66537-X
  • EAN : 9780521665377
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 673 pages
  • Poids : 1.165 Kg
  • Dimensions : 15,2 cm × 22,8 cm × 3,3 cm
John L. Gittleman is Professor of Biology at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. He is the Editor of Carnivore Behavior, Ecology and Evolution and co-Editor of Animal Conservation. His research focuses on macroevolutionary problems related to speciation, extinction and the evolution of biodiversity. Stephan M. Funk is at the Zoological Society of London. David Macdonald is Director of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at the University of Oxford, and A.D. White Professor of Cornell University. He has worked on carnivore biology for over 25 years, and has over 300 published papers. He has twice won the Natural History Writer of the Year award. Robert K. Wayne is at the Department of Organismic Biology, Ecology and Evolution, University of California, Los Angeles.

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