ENERGY, SPECIES RICHNESS, AND HUMAN POPULATION SIZE: CONSERVATION IMPLICATIONS AT A NATIONAL SCALE

@inproceedings{Chown2003ENERGYSR,
  title={ENERGY, SPECIES RICHNESS, AND HUMAN POPULATION SIZE: CONSERVATION IMPLICATIONS AT A NATIONAL SCALE},
  author={Steven L Chown and Berndt Janse van Rensburg and Kevin J. Gaston and Ana S L Rodrigues and Albert S. van Jaarsveld},
  year={2003}
}
The maintenance of biodiversity rests on understanding and resolving conflict between patterns of species occurrence and human activity. Recent debate has centered on the relationship between species richness and human population density. However, conclusions have been limited by the lack of investigations of these relationships for individual countries, at which level most practical conservation actions are determined, and for a spatial resolution at which practical conservation planning takes… CONTINUE READING

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