Rob Fuller
British Wildlife 27.3 February 2016

The increasing importance of monitoring wildlife responses to habitat management

The authors argue for a more strategic approach to monitoring the consequences of conservation actions and for greater sharing of the results.

Habitat loss and habitat degradation are fundamental causes of wildlife impoverishment in Britain in recent decades. The large-scale creation, restoration and management of habitat have become a crucially important focus of conservation, with a rationale for action now provided by Lawton et al. (2010). 

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