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1. advent / Martin G. Raphael and Bruce G. Marcot -- 2. Conservation targets and targets / Martin G. Raphael ... [et al.] -- three. Species rarity: definition, explanations, and class / Curtis H. Flather and Carolyn Hull Sieg -- four. Definitions and attributes of little-known species / Randy Molina and Bruce G. Marcot -- five. certain concerns for the technological know-how, conservation, and administration of infrequent or little-known species / Bruce G. Marcot and Randy Molina -- 6. Species-level thoughts for protecting infrequent or little-known species / Bruce C. Marcot and Curtis H. Flather -- 7. System-level thoughts for maintaining infrequent or little-known species / Bruce G. Marcot and Carolyn Hull Sieg -- eight. Effectiveness of different administration options in assembly conservation goals / Richard S. Holthausen and Carolyn Hull Sieg -- nine. Social concerns / John D. Peine -- 10. financial concerns / Richard L. Johnson, Cindy S. Swanson, and Aaron J. Douglas -- eleven. Implementation concerns / Deanna H. Olson -- 12. A procedure for choice and implementation of conservation techniques / Martin G. Raphael ... [et al.]

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C. A. Brigham, J. D. Hoeksema, K. G. Lyons, M. H. Mills, and P. J. van Mantgem. 2000. Linking biodiversity to ecosystem function: Implications for conservation ecology. Oecologia 122:297–305. Soulé, M. E. 1980. Thresholds for survival: Maintaining fitness and evolutionary potential. Pp. 151–70 in Conservation biology: An evolutionary–ecological perspective, ed. M. E. Soulé and B. A. Wilcox. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates. Raphael-02-Ch02 (18-39) 9/7/07 10:48 AM Page 39 Chapter 2. Conservation Goals and Objectives 39 Spies, T.

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Or to mimic a past or desired future state? Does it mean to retain extant species and to restore populations of those species that are no longer present or that are in danger of local extinction? Does it mean to retain that subset of species that are thought to be key to maintaining system functionality? Is it sufficient to retain representative species (presence)? or is it desired to maintain species in their current abundance or at population levels that will ensure population viability? How do land man- Raphael-02-Ch02 (18-39) 22 9/7/07 10:48 AM Page 22 C O N S E R VAT I O N O F R A R E O R L I T T L E - K N O W N S P E C I E S agers account for the dynamic nature of populations and metapopulations (McCullough 1996), including annual or longer population fluctuations?

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