Are we working towards global research priorities for management and conservation of sea turtles?
Life Sciences & Biomedicine
Biodiversity & Conservation
JUVENILE GREEN TURTLES
PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS
MYDAS TESTUDINES CHELONIIDAE
MARINE DEBRIS INGESTION
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ASWANI, SHANKAR; BASURTO, XAVIER; FERSE, SEBASTIAN; GLASER, MARION; CAMPBELL, LISA; CINNER, JOSHUAE; DALTON, TRACEY; ... (12 authors) (Environmental Conservation, 2018-06-01)© 2017 Foundation for Environmental Conservation. Because the Anthropocene by definition is an epoch during which environmental change is largely anthropogenic and driven by social, economic, psychological and political ...
Xu, Weihua; Li, Xiaosong; Pimm, Stuart L; Hull, Vanessa; Zhang, Jingjing; Zhang, Lu; Xiao, Yi; ... (9 authors) (Biological Conservation, 2016-12-01)Increasing human numbers and aspirations threaten protected areas worldwide. China faces especially strong pressure since many people live inside protected areas. It has sought to balance human needs and conservation goals ...
Hanson, Jillian; Lyons, Katherine; Rangel, Lannette; Whitten, Julia (2020-04-24)Collaborative landscape-scale conservation is a multi-jurisdictional approach that embraces community collaboration and ecosystem-scale practices. With over 95 million acres of land under Tribal management in the United ...