Ecological Evaluation for Conservation

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Produced in 1981 by the Institute of Biology as part of its Studies in Biology series, this booklet looks at methods for determining conservation priorities. Ecological evaluation offers a more rational approach to conservation. It can be used to help decide conservation priorities for animals, plants and habitats.

Sections in this booklet look at topics including:
* Aims of biological conservation
* Evaluation of animal and plant species
* Criteria used in evaluation of biotic communities
* Evaluation of woodlands
* Evaluation of forest resources
* Evaluation of physical features
* Site selection and design of nature reserves
* Monitoring and managing the environment

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