The December issue of Conservation Biology features 26 articles, including 16 contributed papers. SCB members who subscribe to the journal may read the current issue by logging in to their member home page.
Following is a sampling of what's in the December issue:
- Common and Conflicting Interests in the Engagements between Conservation Organizations and Corporations
- Quantifying Loss of Acoustic Communication Space for Right Whales in and around a U.S. National Marine Sanctuary
- Trade-Offs between Cattle Production and Bird Conservation in an Agricultural Frontier of the Gran Chaco of Argentina
- Decision-Making Triggers in Adaptive Management
- Unexplored Diversity and Conservation Potential of Neotropical Hot Caves
View the complete table of contents from the December issue.
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