Climate change, connectivity, and conservation success.

  title={Climate change, connectivity, and conservation success.},
  author={Lee Hannah},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  volume={25 6},
Ten years ago in the pages of Conservation Biology, Whitten et al. (2001) asked whether writing about conservation biology served as displacement behavior for biologists. Their point was that extensive destruction of forests in Southeast Asia coincided with a surge in publications about conservation in the region (Whitten et al. 2001). Were biologists writing papers because they had lost the real conservation battle? The same question applies today to climate change. Is studying climate-change… CONTINUE READING
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