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Credible Conservation: Using biodiversity monitoring to support incentive programs that protect endangered wildlife

by LiLing Choo last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:52 PM
Contributors: Taylor R. Jones, Becky Zug, Adrian Treves
Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Tenure Brief, No. 13: October 2010 - Market-based, economic incentive programs reward land users for conserving environmental services, habitat, or biodiversity. Such programs can be instrumental in protecting endangered wild animals persisting on private lands. To ensure success, these programs must be accompanied by effective monitoring strategies that can reveal whether conservation is occurring or not.

Author(s): Taylor R. Jones , Becky Zug , Adrian Treves

Publication Date: 2010

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