Identifying conservation priorities in a defaunated tropical biodiversity hotspot

Andrew Tilker, Jesse F Abrams, An Nguyen, Lisa Hörig, Jan Axtner, Julie Louvrier, Benjamin M Rawson, Hoa Anh Nguyen Quang, Francois Guegan, Thanh Van Nguyen, Minh Le, Rahel Sollmann & Andreas Wilting
Aim: Unsustainable hunting is leading to widespread defaunation across the tropics. To mitigate against this threat with limited conservation resources, stakeholders must make decisions on where to focus anti-poaching activities. Identifying priority areas in a robust way allows decision-makers to target areas of conservation importance, therefore maximizing the impact of conservation interventions. Location: Annamite mountains, Vietnam and Laos. Methods: We conducted systematic landscape-scale surveys across five study sites (four protected areas, one unprotected area) using...
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