This newly revised edition by Cambridge researchers sets out to help those interested in evidence-based conservation with summaries of relevant topics.
It is edited by William J. Sutherland, Lynn V. Dicks, Nancy Ockendon, Rebecca K. Smith.
Is leaving headlands in fields unsprayed beneficial for wildlife?
Is paying farmers to cover the costs of bird conservation measures effective?
Is using prescribed fire beneficial for young trees in forests?
Does translocating frogs benefit wild populations?
Is providing artificial roost structures for bats beneficial?
What Works in Conservation has been created to provide practitioners with answers to these and many other questions about practical conservation. This book provides an assessment of the effectiveness of 763 conservation interventions based on summarized scientific evidence. Chapters cover the practical global conservation of amphibians, bats, birds and forests, conservation of European farmland biodiversity and some aspects of enhancing natural pest control, enhancing soil fertility and control of freshwater invasive species. It contains key results from the summarized evidence for each conservation intervention and an assessment of the effectiveness of each by international expert panels.
Click here to access a free pdf version or to order a paper copy.
See also the associated website Conservation Evidence for more detail on each of the studies individually and full references.
24 Jan 2017
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