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The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology (2)

Edited by Edited by Alison G. Power (Cornell University) and Richard S. Ostfeld (Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies)
The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology (2)

Published: October 2015

Volume 1355

The eigth installment of this annual scholarly series of reviews in ecology and conservation biology
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The 2015 installment of this annual series contains a compilation of scholarly reviews on a range of topics in ecology and conservation biology, including the effectiveness of conservation interventions to overcome the urban environmental paradox; mitigation of sewage pollution for coral reef stewardship; the causes and consequences of habitat fragmentation in river networks; reframing the land-sparing land-sharing debate for biodiversity conservation; ecosystem service information to benefit sustainability standards for commodity supply chains; and integrating human responses to climate change into conservation vulnerability assessments and adaptation planning.