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Setting priorities for wildlife conservation: The Alaska Species Prioritization Ranking System

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2012

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Gotthardt, T. A., Walton, K. M., and Fields, T. L., 2012, Setting priorities for wildlife conservation: The Alaska Species Prioritization Ranking System: Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage: Anchorage, AK., p. 67-67.

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The Alaska Species Ranking System (ASRS) was developed as a tool to assist the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) Wildlife Diversity Program and their partners with setting priorities for wildlife conservation as they move forward to implement Alaska’s Wildlife Action Plan and meet the conservation needs of Alaska’s wildlife. The ASRS provides a procedure for evaluating the status of terrestrial vertebrate taxa in Alaska with ranking criteria that are transparent and repeatable and results in outputs that can be used in a variety of ways for determining specific species and groups of species to focus conservation efforts on. We modified the Millsap et al. (1990) ranking system developed by the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish [...]

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