Vol. 41 Nbr. 2, March 2011
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- Migration conservation: a view from above.
- Animal migration as a moving target for conservation: intra-species variation and responses to environmental change, as illustrated in a sometimes migratory songbird.
- Migratory connectivity and the conservation of migratory animals.
- Wind turbines as landscape impediments to the migratory connectivity of bats.
- Migratory species and ecological processes.
- Climate change and animal migration.
- Statutory reform to protect migrations as phenomena of abundance.
- Migration and conservation: frameworks, gaps, and synergies in science, law, and management.
- Twenty-five years under the Convention on Migratory Species: migration conservation lessons from Europe.
- Conservation of migratory species in a changing climate: strategic behavior and policy design.
- Securing the free movement of wildlife: lessons from the American West's longest land mammal migration.
- Habitat reserve problem-solving: desperately seeking sophisticated intermediaries.
- Collaborative strategies for managing animal migrations: insights from the history of ecosystem-based management.