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      Area selection; Falkland Islands; Islas Malvinas; Namibia; place prioritization; reserve network design

    • Abstract

       

      The prioritization of places on the basis of biodiversity content is part of any systematic biodiversity conservation planning process. The place prioritization procedure implemented in the ResNet software package is described. This procedure is primarily based on the principles of rarity and complementarity. Application of the procedure is demonstrated with two analyses, one data set consisting of the distributions of termite genera in Namibia, and the other consisting of the distributions of bird species in the Islas Malvinas/Falkland Islands. The attributes that data sets should have for the effective and reliable application of such procedures are discussed. The procedure used here is compared to some others that are also currently in use.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      Sahotra Sarkar1 Anshu Aggarwal1 Justin Garson1 Chris R Margules1 2 Juliane Zeidler1 3

      1. Biodiversity and Biocultural Restoration Laboratory, Program in the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Texas at Austin, Waggener 316, Austin, TX - 78712-1180, USA
      2. Tropical Forest Research Centre, CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology, PO Box 780, Atherton, Queensland - 4883, Australia
      3. Desert Research Foundation of Namibia, PO Box 20232, Windhoek, Namibia
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