Rarest of the rare: advances in combining evolutionary distinctiveness and scarcity to inform conservation at biogeographical scales

@inproceedings{Cadotte2010RarestOT,
  title={Rarest of the rare: advances in combining evolutionary distinctiveness and scarcity to inform conservation at biogeographical scales},
  author={Marc W. Cadotte and Timothy J. Davies},
  year={2010}
}
We live in an era of unprecedented global change. The unfortunate casualty of this is the Earth’s biological diversity – from individual genes to entire ecosystems – we are losing aspects of diversity at an increasing rate. Scientists from a multitude of disciplines are now called upon both to offer solutions to reduce diversity loss and to inform policy makers about where to place limited resources to minimize the consequences of diversity loss. The science of conservation biology emerged in… CONTINUE READING
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