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J.-C. Svenning

Guiding principles for rewilding

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Guiding principles for rewilding. / Carver, Steve; Convery, Ian; Hawkins, Sally; Beyers, Rene; Eagle, Adam; Kun, Zoltan; Van Maanen, Erwin; Cao, Yue; Fisher, Mark; Edwards, Stephen R.; Nelson, Cara; Gann, George D.; Shurter, Steve; Aguilar, Karina; Andrade, Angela; Ripple, William J.; Davis, John; Sinclair, Anthony; Bekoff, Marc; Noss, Reed; Foreman, Dave; Pettersson, Hanna; Root-Bernstein, Meredith; Svenning, Jens Christian; Taylor, Peter; Wynne-Jones, Sophie; Featherstone, Alan Watson; Fløjgaard, Camilla; Stanley-Price, Mark; Navarro, Laetitia M.; Aykroyd, Toby; Parfitt, Alison; Soulé, Michael.

I: Conservation Biology, 2021.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Harvard

Carver, S, Convery, I, Hawkins, S, Beyers, R, Eagle, A, Kun, Z, Van Maanen, E, Cao, Y, Fisher, M, Edwards, SR, Nelson, C, Gann, GD, Shurter, S, Aguilar, K, Andrade, A, Ripple, WJ, Davis, J, Sinclair, A, Bekoff, M, Noss, R, Foreman, D, Pettersson, H, Root-Bernstein, M, Svenning, JC, Taylor, P, Wynne-Jones, S, Featherstone, AW, Fløjgaard, C, Stanley-Price, M, Navarro, LM, Aykroyd, T, Parfitt, A & Soulé, M 2021, 'Guiding principles for rewilding', Conservation Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13730

APA

Carver, S., Convery, I., Hawkins, S., Beyers, R., Eagle, A., Kun, Z., Van Maanen, E., Cao, Y., Fisher, M., Edwards, S. R., Nelson, C., Gann, G. D., Shurter, S., Aguilar, K., Andrade, A., Ripple, W. J., Davis, J., Sinclair, A., Bekoff, M., ... Soulé, M. (2021). Guiding principles for rewilding. Conservation Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13730

CBE

Carver S, Convery I, Hawkins S, Beyers R, Eagle A, Kun Z, Van Maanen E, Cao Y, Fisher M, Edwards SR, Nelson C, Gann GD, Shurter S, Aguilar K, Andrade A, Ripple WJ, Davis J, Sinclair A, Bekoff M, Noss R, Foreman D, Pettersson H, Root-Bernstein M, Svenning JC, Taylor P, Wynne-Jones S, Featherstone AW, Fløjgaard C, Stanley-Price M, Navarro LM, Aykroyd T, Parfitt A, Soulé M. 2021. Guiding principles for rewilding. Conservation Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13730

MLA

Carver, Steve o.a.. "Guiding principles for rewilding". Conservation Biology. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13730

Vancouver

Carver S, Convery I, Hawkins S, Beyers R, Eagle A, Kun Z o.a. Guiding principles for rewilding. Conservation Biology. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13730

Author

Carver, Steve ; Convery, Ian ; Hawkins, Sally ; Beyers, Rene ; Eagle, Adam ; Kun, Zoltan ; Van Maanen, Erwin ; Cao, Yue ; Fisher, Mark ; Edwards, Stephen R. ; Nelson, Cara ; Gann, George D. ; Shurter, Steve ; Aguilar, Karina ; Andrade, Angela ; Ripple, William J. ; Davis, John ; Sinclair, Anthony ; Bekoff, Marc ; Noss, Reed ; Foreman, Dave ; Pettersson, Hanna ; Root-Bernstein, Meredith ; Svenning, Jens Christian ; Taylor, Peter ; Wynne-Jones, Sophie ; Featherstone, Alan Watson ; Fløjgaard, Camilla ; Stanley-Price, Mark ; Navarro, Laetitia M. ; Aykroyd, Toby ; Parfitt, Alison ; Soulé, Michael. / Guiding principles for rewilding. I: Conservation Biology. 2021.

Bibtex

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abstract = "There has been much recent interest in the concept of rewilding as a tool for nature conservation, but also confusion over the idea, which has limited its utility. We developed a unifying definition and 10 guiding principles for rewilding through a survey of 59 rewilding experts, a summary of key organizations{\textquoteright} rewilding visions, and workshops involving over 100 participants from around the world. The guiding principles convey that rewilding exits on a continuum of scale, connectivity, and level of human influence and aims to restore ecosystem structure and functions to achieve a self-sustaining autonomous nature. These principles clarify the concept of rewilding and improve its effectiveness as a tool to achieve global conservation targets, including those of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration and post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework. Finally, we suggest differences in rewilding perspectives lie largely in the extent to which it is seen as achievable and in specific interventions. An understanding of the context of rewilding projects is the key to success, and careful site-specific interpretations will help achieve the aims of rewilding.",
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AU - Root-Bernstein, Meredith

AU - Svenning, Jens Christian

AU - Taylor, Peter

AU - Wynne-Jones, Sophie

AU - Featherstone, Alan Watson

AU - Fløjgaard, Camilla

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