Planning to Save a Species: the Jaguar as a Model

@article{Sanderson2002PlanningTS,
  title={Planning to Save a Species: the Jaguar as a Model},
  author={Eric W Sanderson and Kent H Redford and Cheryl Chetkiewicz and Rodrigo A. Medell{\'i}n and Alan R. Rabinowitz and John G. Robinson and Andrew B. Taber},
  journal={Conservation Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={16},
  pages={58-72}
}
International conservation planning at the end of the twentieth century is dominated by coarse-filter, supra-organismal approaches to conservation that may be insufficient to conserve certain species such as the jag- uar ( Panthera onca ). If we are to retain broadly distributed species into the next century, we need to plan explic- itly for their survival across their entire geographic range and through political boundaries while recognizing the variety of ecological roles the species plays in… Expand

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