Geographies of Conservation I: De-extinction and Precision Conservation

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Adams, William;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Progress in Human Geography
  • Subject: conservation | de-extinction | extinction | rewilding | synthetic biology | novel ecosystems | mammoth

Extinction has long been a central concern in biodiversity conservation. Today, de-extinction offers interesting possibilities of restoring charismatic species and ecosystem function, but also risks and costs. Most de-extinction depends on genetic engineering and synth... View more
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