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One hundred questions of importance to the conservation of global biological diversity.
We identified 100 scientific questions that, if answered, would have the greatest impact on conservation practice and policy. Representatives from 21 international organizations, regional sectionsExpand
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Major conservation policy issues for biodiversity in Oceania.
Oceania is a diverse region encompassing Australia, Melanesia, Micronesia, New Zealand, and Polynesia, and it contains six of the world's 39 hotspots of diversity. It has a poor record forExpand
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Molecular phylogeny of the Herpestidae (Mammalia, Carnivora) with a special emphasis on the Asian Herpestes.
Until now, phylogenetic studies of the mongooses (Carnivora, Herpestidae) have not included an exhaustive sampling of the Asian members of this family. In this study, we used mitochondrialExpand
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Urinary corticosterone metabolite responses to capture, and annual patterns of urinary corticosterone in wild and captive endangered Fijian ground frogs (Platymantis vitiana)
This study was based on the development of a non-invasive glucocorticoid enzyme-immunoassay for the assessment of stress in wild and captive endangered Fijian ground frogs (Platymantis vitiana).Expand
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Priority Forests for Conservation in Fiji: landscapes, hotspots and ecological processes.
Fiji's National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan encourages refinements to conservation priorities based on analyses of new information. Here we propose a network of Priority Forests forExpand
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Annual cycles of urinary reproductive steroid concentrations in wild and captive endangered Fijian ground frogs (Platymantis vitiana).
Annual cycles of reproductive steroid metabolites were measured in urine collected from free-living and captive tropical endangered Fijian ground frogs (Platymantis vitiana) a terrestrial breeding.Expand
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Spatial Distribution and Habitat Preferences of Co-occurring Vertebrate Species: Case Study of an Endangered Frog and an Introduced Toad in Fiji
Wildlife management, particularly the conservation of threatened species, often involves habitat management and an understanding of species preferences. Much ecological data used to establish rareExpand
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The Effect of the Small Indian Mongoose (Urva auropunctatus), Island Quality and Habitat on the Distribution of Native and Endemic Birds on Small Islands within Fiji
This study investigated the effect of the presence of introduced mongoose, environmental quality and habitat on the distribution of native and endemic birds on 16 small islands within Fiji. In total,Expand
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Evaluating the performance of PIT tags and ear tags in a capture‐recapture experiment
Abstract Capture‐recapture techniques are the most common method for gathering data on abundance and survival of mammals. A crucial assumption of all capture‐recapture models is that animals do notExpand
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A "COMMUNITY" APPROACH TO INVASIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT: SOME PACIFIC CASE STUDIES
Conservation is essentially a social activity – it is about, by and for people. Managing invasive species on islands to reduce their “community effects” (that is, effects on communities of people asExpand
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