Finite conservation funds mean triage is unavoidable

@inproceedings{Bottrill2009FiniteCF,
  title={Finite conservation funds mean triage is unavoidable},
  author={Madeleine C. Bottrill and Liana N. Joseph and Josie Carwardine and Michael Bode and Carly N. Cook and Edward T. Game and Hedley S. Grantham and Salit Kark and Simon Linke and Eve McDonald-Madden and R. L. Pressey and Susan Walker and Kerrie A. Wilson and Hugh P. Possingham},
  year={2009}
}
We welcome the interest generated by our recent article [1] on the use of triage principles for allocation of conservation resources in three letters featured in this issue of Trends in Ecology and Evolution [2–4] and appreciate the opportunity to respond to the issues raised. Jachowski and Kesler [3] and Parr and colleagues [4] from the Alliance for Zero Extinction (AZE) argue against the use of conservation triage. We consider that these authors have confused two issues: the allocation of… CONTINUE READING

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