Incorporating Socioeconomic and Political Drivers of International Collaboration into Marine Conservation Planning
Source: Bioscience , 2013
Author(s): Noam Levin, Ayesha I. T. Tulloch, Ascelin Gordon, Tessa Mazor, Nils Bunnefeld, and Salit Kark
International collaboration can be crucial in determining the outcomes of conservation actions. Here, we propose a framework for incorporating demographic, socioeconomic, and political data into conservation prioritization in complex regions shared by multiple countries. As a case study, we quantitatively apply this approach to one of the world's most complex...