As species disappear at an unprecedented rate, scientists work to conserve the Earth's biodiversity. In Conservation and Biodiversity, Andrew Dobson looks at the current state of endangered species management, exploring the economics of different conservation techniques and the practical possibilities for using the environment while sustaining it. Filled with case studies, it is a compelling investigation into a wide range of issues, from the ivory trade in elephants to the sale of rhino horns, from the function of zoos to the reintroduction of species to the wild.
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