Academic Articles May 25

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  • Hunting threatens one of the world’s most amazing wildlife migrations
    • Source: Biological Conservation
    • Author(s): Eduardo Gallo-Cajiao et al. 
    • As the world looks to tighten up the illegal capture of wildlife, migratory birds are being threatened by widespread and unsustainable hunting across the Asia-Pacific region. New research has revealed that three quarters of migratory shorebird species in the region have been hunted since the 1970s.
  • Protected Areas and Food Security: Unravelling the Issues
    • Source: Participatory Biodiversity Conservation
    • Author(s): Winy Vasquez, Terry Sunderland
    • Wild foods provide a significant nutritional contribution to the diets of rural dwellers, the majority of whom would be classified as some of the world’s poorest. In addition…
  • Economic analysis for marine protected resources management: Challenges, tools, and opportunities
    • Source: Ocean & Coastal Management
    • Author(s): Robert Fonner, Manuel Bellanger, Amanda Warlick
    • Economic analysis is well suited to inform protected resources management in marine and coastal environments. The purpose of this review is to provide a connection between the challenges facing managers of marine protected resources and specific forms of economic analysis that can help address them…
  • Safeguarding our future by protecting biodiversity
    • Source: Plant Diversity
    • Author(s): Richard T. Corlett
    • The Anthropocene is marked by twin crises: climate change and biodiversity loss. Climate change has tended to dominate the headlines, reflecting, in part, the greater complexity of the biodiversity crisis.
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