A Framework for Understanding Conservation Development and Its Ecological Implications

@inproceedings{Milder2007AFF,
  title={A Framework for Understanding Conservation Development and Its Ecological Implications},
  author={Jeffrey C. Milder},
  year={2007}
}
ABSTRACT Suburban, exurban, and rural development is a leading cause of biodiversity loss and natural resource degradation in the United States. In response to this threat, conservation development has been advanced as a way to combine land development with functional protection for conservation resources. This article provides a review, analysis, and ecological critique of the four principal types of conservation development: (1) conservation buyer projects, (2) conservation and limited… CONTINUE READING

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