Incorporating climate change into systematic conservation planning

@article{Groves2012IncorporatingCC,
  title={Incorporating climate change into systematic conservation planning},
  author={Craig R. Groves and Edward T. Game and M. G. Anderson and Molly S. Cross and Carolyn Enquist and Zach Ferda{\~n}a and Evan Girvetz and Anne Gondor and Kimberly Hall and Jonathan M. G. Higgins and Rob Marshall and Ken Popper and Steve Schill and Sarah L. Shafer},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={1651-1671}
}
The principles of systematic conservation planning are now widely used by governments and non-government organizations alike to develop biodiversity conservation plans for countries, states, regions, and ecoregions. Many of the species and ecosystems these plans were designed to conserve are now being affected by climate change, and there is a critical need to incorporate new and complementary approaches into these plans that will aid species and ecosystems in adjusting to potential climate… CONTINUE READING
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