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Endangered species management and ecosystem restoration: Finding the common ground

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Casazza, ML, CT Overton, TVD Bui, JM Hull, JD Albertson, VK Bloom, S Bobzien, J McBroom, M Latta, P Olofson, TM Rohmer, S Schwarzbach, DR Strong, E Grijalva, JK Wood, SM Skalos, J Takekawa. 2016. Endangered species management and ecosystem restoration: finding the common ground. Ecology and Society 21(1):19. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-08134-210119

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Management actions to protect endangered species and conserve ecosystem function may not always be in precise alignment. Efforts to recover the California Ridgway’s Rail (Rallus obsoletus obsoletus; hereafter, California rail), a federally and state-listed species, and restoration of tidal marsh ecosystems in the San Francisco Bay estuary provide a prime example of habitat restoration that has conflicted with species conservation. On the brink of extinction from habitat loss and degradation, and non-native predators in the 1990s, California rail populations responded positively to introduction of a non-native plant, Atlantic cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora). California rail populations were in substantial decline when the non-native [...]

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