Conservation Biology

Species, Data, and Conservation Planning

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Extinction is irreversible. The restoration of habitats, ecological processes, and ecosystem services is complex but possible (Dobson et al. 1997a). We cannot, however, restore the building blocks of those higher levels of biological organization once species go extinct. For this reason, above all, we must consider minimization of the species extinction rateour most urgent target and the measure of conservation success.

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