The use of human-assisted colonization for species affected by climate change is now being adopted by some conservationists but remains controversial. In order to deter extreme translocation actions, a decision framework is proposed that incorporates a biogeographical approach.

Abeli, T., Dalrymple, S.E., Mondoni, A., Orsenigo, S., & Rossi, G. (2014). Integrating a biogeographical approach into assisted colonization activities is urgently needed. PLANT BIOSYSTEMS, 148(6), 1355-1357 [10.1080/11263504.2014.980362].

Integrating a biogeographical approach into assisted colonization activities is urgently needed

Abeli, T.
Conceptualization
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2014

Abstract

The use of human-assisted colonization for species affected by climate change is now being adopted by some conservationists but remains controversial. In order to deter extreme translocation actions, a decision framework is proposed that incorporates a biogeographical approach.
Abeli, T., Dalrymple, S.E., Mondoni, A., Orsenigo, S., & Rossi, G. (2014). Integrating a biogeographical approach into assisted colonization activities is urgently needed. PLANT BIOSYSTEMS, 148(6), 1355-1357 [10.1080/11263504.2014.980362].
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