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  • Zoo Conservation Biology

Zoo Conservation Biology

  • 47.00€

Tags: Zoo animals, Captive wildlife, Diversity conservation.

Written by professionals involved in in situ conservation and restoration projects internationally, Zoo Conservation Biology is a critical assessment of the contribution of zoos to species conservation through evidence amassed from a wide range of sources. 358 p.

Series: Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation.


Authors expertises affiliations

  • John E. Fa. BSc, DPhil (Oxon), is Chief Conservation Officer at the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and Visiting Professor at the Division of Biology, Imperial College, London (UK)
  • Stephan M. Funk. BSc, MSc, Phd, is a co-Founder and Director of Nature Heritage, a Consultancy for Conservation Biology and Anthropology, and a Research Fellow at the University of Puerto Rico's Centre for Applied Tropical Ecology and Conservation.
  • Donnamarie O'Connell. BSc, MSc, is Senior Programme Manager (Africa) at RSCPA International.

  • Publication date (re-impression from original edition 2012 to digital version): 2015-08 - Cambridge University Press.

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