Reconciliation ecology and the future of species diversity

@article{Rosenzweig2003ReconciliationEA,
  title={Reconciliation ecology and the future of species diversity},
  author={M. Rosenzweig},
  journal={Oryx},
  year={2003},
  volume={37},
  pages={194 - 205}
}
Species-area relationships (SPARs) dictate a sea change in the strategies of biodiversity conservation. SPARs exist at three ecological scales: Sample-area SPARs (a larger area within a biogeographical province will tend to include more habitat types, and thus more species, than a smaller one), Archipelagic SPARs (the islands of an archipelago show SPARs that combine the habitat-sampling process with the problem of dispersal to an island), and Interprovincial SPARs (other things being equal… Expand
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