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Title: Can We Defy Nature's End?
Authors: Pimm, Stuart L.
Ayres, Márcio
Balmford, Andrew
Branch, George
Brandon, Katrina
Brooks, Thomas
Bustamante, Rodrigo
Costanza, Robert
Cowling, Richard
Curran, Lisa M.
Dobson, Andrew
Farber, Stephen
Fonseca, Gustavo A. B. da
Gascon, Claude
Kitching, Roger
McNeely, Jeffrey
Lovejoy, Thomas
Mittermeier, Russell A.
Myers, Norman
Patz, Jonathan A.
Raffle, Bradley
Rapport, David
Raven, Peter
Roberts, Callum
Rodríguez, Jon Paul
Rylands, Anthony B.
Tucker, Compton
Safina, Carl
Samper, Cristián
Stiassny, Melanie L. J.
Supriatna, Jatna
Wall, Diana H.
Wilcove, David
Issue Date: Sep-2001
Publisher: American Association for the Advancement of Science
Series/Report no.: Volume 293;Issue 5538
Abstract: In the catalog of global environmental insults, extinctions stand out as irreversible. Current rates are high and accelerating (1). After a recent conference(2), we concluded that preventing extinctions is practical, but requires innovative measures. enfoceable protection of reamining natural ecosystems is an overarching recommendation. our deliberations regarding the implemantion of this led us to attempt to answer number of questions. the answer outlined here represent if not consensus, then the opinion of the majority. supplementary material sammarizes unresolved debates (3).
ISSN: 0036-8075
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