Scientific Evidence and Potential Barriers in the Management of Brazilian Protected Areas

@inproceedings{Giehl2017ScientificEA,
  title={Scientific Evidence and Potential Barriers in the Management of Brazilian Protected Areas},
  author={Eduardo L H Giehl and Marcela Mar{\'i}a Alejandra Moretti and Jessica C Walsh and Marco Ant{\^o}nio Batalha and Carly N Cook},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
Protected areas are a crucial tool for halting the loss of biodiversity. Yet, the management of protected areas is under resourced, impacting the ability to achieve effective conservation actions. Effective management depends on the application of the best available knowledge, which can include both scientific evidence and the local knowledge of onsite managers. Despite the clear value of evidence-based conservation, there is still little known about how much scientific evidence is used to… CONTINUE READING
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