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Value-focused framework for defining landscape-scale conservation targets

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Romanach, S.S., Benscoter, A.M., and Brandt, L.A., 2016, Value-focused framework for defining landscape-scale conservation targets: Journal for Nature Conservation, v. 32, p. 53-61, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnc.2016.04.005.

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Conservation of natural resources can be challenging in a rapidly changing world and require collaborative efforts for success. Conservation planning is the process of deciding how to protect, conserve, and enhance or minimize loss of natural and cultural resources. Establishing conservation targets (also called indicators or endpoints), the measurable expressions of desired resource conditions, can help with site-specific up to landscape-scale conservation planning. Using conservation targets and tracking them through time can deliver benefits such as insight into ecosystem health and providing early warnings about undesirable trends. We describe an approach using value-focused thinking to develop statewide conservation targets for [...]

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