Biodiversity: Turning up the heat on hotspots

  • Possingham H
  • Wilson K
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Different measures are used to define concentrations of biodiversity — so-called 'hotspots'. More rigorous, global-scale analyses of how they compare will be essential for efficient resource allocation to conservation.

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  • Hugh P. Possingham

  • Kerrie A. Wilson

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