Biodiversity Conservation

A section of Diversity (ISSN 1424-2818).

Section Information

This Section deals with all aspects of biodiversity conservation with special emphasis on active conservation and the development of new methods to solve human conservation problems, improving the rational use of the biodiversity by humankind. The scope of this Section is wide and multidisciplinary and embraces all life forms, providing a forum for examining the conflict between sustainable development and human dependence on biodiversity in such fields as agriculture, fisheries, forestry, green energies, infrastructures, environmental management, species conservation, and solutions for the sustainable use of biodiversity.

As Diversity is a generalist journal, specialized or local studies will be evaluated only if discussion illustrates general questions in relation to biodiversity conservation. Experimental and field studies are preferred, but theoretical studies are welcome if dealing with an original approach to biodiversity conservation.

Biodiversity Conservation general aspects:

Diversity index

Statistical and modelling

Trends and status

Endangered species and communities

Viability analyses

Climate change

Land use changes and effects

Landscape fragmentation

Marine biodiversity and conservation

Pollution, infrastructure, and human impact on the environment

Economic, social, and political issues in conservation

Environmental philosophy

Active Conservation:

Green infrastructures

Restauration ecology

Connectivity

Solutions to human conservation problems

Reintroduction and reinforcements of populations

Environmental conservation management

Solving economic problems in conservation

Editorial Board

Special Issues

Following special issues within this section are currently open for submissions:

Papers Published

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