An introduction to evidence-based conservation (content tailored for research scientists) [in Japanese].

Published online
27 Nov 2020
Published by
Evidence in Conservation Teaching Initiative
Content type
Educational material

Downey, H. & Amano, T. & Walsh, J.

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Evidence of conservation is rapidly accumulating around the world, but with research, it is necessary to strengthen the cooperation of practice. Evidence-based conservation addresses the above issues through the following three points: evidence integration and critical scrutiny (systematic review, summary); show evidence in a clear and accessible way (summary and decision support tool); and evidence-based decision making avoids bias and is highly transparent to help increase effectiveness.

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