Quantifying multiple threats to endangered species: an example from loggerhead sea turtles

@article{Bolten2011QuantifyingMT,
  title={Quantifying multiple threats to endangered species: an example from loggerhead sea turtles},
  author={A. Bolten and L. Crowder and Mark G. Dodd and S. L. MacPherson and J. Musick and B. Schroeder and B. Witherington and Kristy J. Long and M. Snover},
  journal={Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment},
  year={2011},
  volume={9},
  pages={295-301}
}
The effectiveness of recovery plans for threatened and endangered species has been questioned in academic and political domains. A comprehensive assessment of species recovery plans concluded that quantification and prioritization of threats have received insufficient attention, which contributes to the failure of some plans. On the basis of this assessment, we developed and implemented a detailed analysis of threats in the Recovery Plan for the Northwest Atlantic Population of the Loggerhead… Expand

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