Managing visitor access to seabird colonies: a spatial simulation and empirical observations

@inproceedings{Beale2007ManagingVA,
  title={Managing visitor access to seabird colonies: a spatial simulation and empirical observations},
  author={Colin M. Beale},
  year={2007}
}
Managers of wildlife reserves have a range of tools available to them when considering the best way to provide visitor access while avoiding as many of the negative effects of human disturbance as possible. However, managers lack guidelines as to whether conservation interests are best met by spreading visitors thinly throughout a reserve or by aggregating them in a small area. Here I describe how relationships between disturbance impact and disturbance pressure (the dose–response curve) can be… CONTINUE READING

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