The seven impediments in invertebrate conservation and how to overcome them

@inproceedings{Cardoso2011TheSI,
  title={The seven impediments in invertebrate conservation and how to overcome them},
  author={Pedro G. S. Cardoso and Terry L. Erwin and Paulo A. V. Borges and Tim R. New},
  year={2011}
}
0006-3207/$ see front matter 2011 Elsevier Ltd. A doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2011.07.024 ⇑ Corresponding author at: Azorean Biodiversity G dos Açores, Rua Capitão João d’Ávila, 9700-042 Angra +351 295 402 200; fax: +351 295 402 205. E-mail address: pcardoso@ennor.org (P. Cardoso). Despite their high diversity and importance for humankind, invertebrates are often neglected in biodiversity conservation policies. We identify seven impediments to their effective protection: (1) invertebrates and their… CONTINUE READING
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