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BIODIVERSITY IN MANAGED LANDSCAPES : THEORY AND PRACTICE   1996
Edited by 
Robert C. Szaro
David W. Johnston

Principles of biodiversity

1.  The geologic history of diversity

2.  Species expirations and current extinction rates: a review
    of the evidence

3.  The meaning of quantitative genetic variation in evolution
    and conservation

4.  Conserving genetic diversity in natural systems

5.  On population viability analysis and management

6.  An organism-based perspective of habitat fragmentation

7.  Biodiversity and ecological processes

8.  Relating phylogeographic population structure to issues in
    conservation biology

9.  The relationship between socio-economic factors and the loss
    of biodiversity: first efforts at theoretical and quantitative
    models

Inventory, monitoring and assessment

10. Biodiversity inventory: building an inventory at scales from
    local to global

11. Diversity measurement and comparisons with examples

12. Natural heritage data center network: managing information
    for managing biodiversity

13. Regional scale monitoring of biodiversity

14. Comparative utility of vegetation maps of different resolutions
    for conservation planning

15. Biodiversity inventories and monitoring: essential elements
    for integrating conservation principles with resource development
    projects

Strategies for maintaining biodiversity

16. Biodiversity, fishes, and the introduction paradigm

Š17. The use of genetic information in establishing reserves for
    nature conservation

18. Strategies to reduce erosion on biological diversity by exotic
    terrestrial species

19. Management of land and species richness in the tropics 

20. The diversity and maintenance of old-growth forests

21. Translocation in conservation

22. Strategies for maintenance and repair of biotic community
    diversity on rangelands

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communities

24. Conserving plant species diversity: the challenge of recovery

25. Conservation of desert fishes: Spain, Australia, and the United
    States

26. Canopy tree retention and avian diversity in the oregon cascades

Maintaining biodiversity on a landscape scale

27. Conserving biodiversity in managed landscapes

28. Beyond protected areas: changing perceptions of ecological
    management objectives

29. Integration of in situ conservation of plant genetic resources
    into landscape and regional planning

30. A triad approach to land-use allocation

31. Maintaining biodiversity in a managed land and seascape: The
    Great Barrier Reef, Australia

32. Diversified agroforestry systems: buffers for biodiversity
    reserves and landbridges for fragmented habitats in the
    tropics

33. Interior and exterior land use as factors in landscape biodiveristy
    from case studies

34. Changes in biodiversity of the Wadden Sea and Adjacent habitats:
    the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark 

35. Conserving biodiversity through ecosystem management

36. Conservation of biodiversity at the landscape scale

37. Developing public education packages: A U.S. national park
Š    service perspective

38. Conservation and zones of human activity: The spread of human
    disturbance across a protected landscape

39. Balancing scientific, social, and regulatory concerns in managing
    biodiversity

40. Economic incentives for conserving biodiversity

41. The role of private industrial forestlands in the management
    of biodiversity

42. Managing biodiversity on private lands

43. Creating policy on genetic diversity

44. Creating policy on species diversity

45. Creating policy on community diversity

46. Creating policy on landscape diversity

47. Biodiversity in managed landscape: principles, practices,
    and policies

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