Making conservation physiology relevant to policy makers and conservation practitioners

@inproceedings{Cooke2010MakingCP,
  title={Making conservation physiology relevant to policy makers and conservation practitioners},
  author={Steven J Cooke and Constance M. O’Connor},
  year={2010}
}
The recognition that physiological tools and knowledge have the potential to inform conservation policy has led to the definition of the nascent discipline of “conservation physiology.” Indeed, conservation physiology has much to offer policy makers because of the rigorous experimental approach and the focus on elucidating cause-and-effect relationships. However, there remain a number of challenges that might retard the adoption of this approach. Here, we identify these challenges and suggest a… CONTINUE READING