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Planning Across Freshwater and Terrestrial Realms: Cobenefits and Tradeoffs Between Conservation Actions

Adams, Vanessa M., Ãlvarez-Romero, Jorge G., Carwardine, Josie, Cattarino, Lorenzo, Hermoso, Virgilio, Kennard, Mark J., Linke, Simon, Pressey, Robert L. and Stoeckl, Natalie (2014). Planning Across Freshwater and Terrestrial Realms: Cobenefits and Tradeoffs Between Conservation Actions. Conservation Letters,7(5):425-440.

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Title Planning Across Freshwater and Terrestrial Realms: Cobenefits and Tradeoffs Between Conservation Actions
Author Adams, Vanessa M.
Ãlvarez-Romero, Jorge G.
Carwardine, Josie
Cattarino, Lorenzo
Hermoso, Virgilio
Kennard, Mark J.
Linke, Simon
Pressey, Robert L.
Stoeckl, Natalie
Journal Name Conservation Letters
Publication Date 2014
Volume Number 7
Issue Number 5
ISSN 1755-263X   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 425
End Page 440
Total Pages 16
Place of Publication United Kingdom
Publisher Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
HERDC Category C1 - Journal Article (DIISR)
Abstract Conservation planning has historically been restricted to planning within single realms (i.e., marine, terrestrial, or freshwater). Recently progress has been made in approaches for cross-realm planning which may enhance the ability to effectively manage processes that sustain biodiversity and ecosystem functions (e.g., connectivity) and thus minimize threats more efficiently. Current advances, however, have not optimally accounted for the fact that individual conservation management actions often have impacts across realms. We advance the existing cross-realm planning literature by presenting a conceptual framework for considering both co-benefits and tradeoffs between multiple realms (specifically freshwater and terrestrial). This conceptual framework is founded on a review of 1) the shared threats and management actions across realms and 2) existing literature on cross-realm planning to highlight recent research achievements and gaps. We identify current challenges and opportunities associated with the application of our framework and consider the more general prospects for cross-realm planning.
Keywords Systematic conservation planning
Terrestrial spatial planning
Freshwater spatial planning
Cross-realm planning
Cross-system threat
Ecological connection
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/conl.12080   (check subscription with CDU E-Gateway service for CDU Staff and Students  check subscription with CDU E-Gateway in new window)


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