Conservation physiology across scales: insights from the marine realm

  title={Conservation physiology across scales: insights from the marine realm},
  author={Steven J Cooke and Shaun S Killen and Julian D. Metcalfe and David J. Mckenzie and David Mouillot and Christian Helms J\orgensen and Myron A Peck},
  booktitle={Conservation physiology},
As the field of conservation physiology develops and becomes increasingly integrated with ecology and conservation science, the fundamental concept of scale is being recognized as important, particularly for ensuring that physiological knowledge is contextualized in a manner most relevant to policy makers, conservation practitioners and stakeholders. Failure to consider the importance of scale in conservation physiology-both the challenges and the opportunities that it creates-will impede the… CONTINUE READING
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