Reserve selection and persistence: complementing the existing Atlantic Forest reserve system

@article{Pinto2008ReserveSA,
  title={Reserve selection and persistence: complementing the existing Atlantic Forest reserve system},
  author={M{\'i}riam Plaza Pinto and Carlos Eduardo de Viveiros Grelle},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2008},
  volume={18},
  pages={957-968}
}
This study is an exercise to check the efficiency of the existing reserve system, and to show how systematic conservation planning—using information available and the complementarity concept—can improve the basis for decisions and minimize costs. We verified the performance, in number of cells and primate species representation, of the existing Atlantic Forest (Brazil) reserve network with a quarter-degree resolution grid, with 1,884 cells. We used occurrence data of 20 endemic primate species… CONTINUE READING
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