Dr Hannah Dugdale
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Advanced Topics in Conservation Science, 2018/19, Semester 2 Dr Steven Sait email@example.com Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue On this page:
We will provide details of relevant research papers and reviews during the course. To get a good mark you do need to show evidence in the exam of reading some of this material.
Much of the course relies on a broad understanding of ecology. If you feel you lack this, then we suggest you look at the relevant chapters of:
Begon M, Townsend CR and Harper JL (2006) Ecology : from individuals to ecosystems. 4th edition. Wiley-Blackwell
Good general texts on conservation biology include:
Allendorf FW, Luikart GH and Aitken SN (2012) Conservation and the Genetics of Populations. 2nd edition. Wiley-Blackwell
Fryxell JM, Sinclair ARE and Caughley G (2014) Wildlife Ecology, Conservation and Management. 3rd edition. Wiley-Blackwell
Groves CR and Game ET (2016) Conservation planning : informed decisions for a healthier planet. Roberts and Company Publishers
Hambler C and Canney SM (2013) Conservation. 2nd edition. Cambridge University Press
Mills LS (2013) Conservation of Wildlife Populations: Demography, Genetics & Management. 2nd revised edition. Wiley-Blackwell
Moilanen A, Wilson KA and Possingham HP (2009) Spatial conservation prioritization : quantitative methods and computational tools. Oxford University Press
Primack RB (2014) Essentials of Conservation Biology. 6th edition. Sinauer Associates
Pullin AS (2002) Conservation biology. Cambridge University Press
You might also want to look at:
Sutherland WJ (2000) The conservation handbook : research, management and policy. Wiley Blackwell. - Bridges the gap between theory and practice.
- An excellent overview of freshwater ecology and conservation.
This list was last updated on 11/01/2019