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Readership: Graduate level students and researchers in the
conservation biology, field biologists and wildlife managers. There is also a significant global market amongst conservation NGOs, resource managers and international developers who will use the book as a field manual. A secondary market exists amongst sociologists, human ecologists and economists.
E.J. Milner-Gulland, Imperial College London, and J. Marcus Rowcliffe, Institute of Zoology ZSL
"...provides a practical and integrated approach to carrying out research on the conservation of exploited species of any kind." - Institute of Zoology
"'...it fills an important gap and assembles a great deal of valuable information of interest to readers of Sustainable. One of the merits of the book is its clarity.' Sustainable, December 2007"
2: Techniques for surveying exploited species
3: Understanding natural resource users' incentives
4: Assessing current sustainability of use
5: Developing Predictive Models
6: Choosing management approaches
7: Implementing management for long-term sustainability