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409. Rewilding: Beyond Reintroductions

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This Biology Factsheet:

  • Defines the concept of rewilding.
  • Places rewilding within our understanding of ecosystems and conservation biology.
  • Outlines the need for strategies to conserve biodiversity.
  • Examines case studies of rewilding in practice.
  • Considers possible economic and social effects of rewilding.
  • Outlines challenges to the success of rewilding as a conservation strategy.
  • Suggests future research directions.

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January 2022

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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