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Conservation priorities when species interact: the Noah's ark metaphor revisited

Abstract : This note incorporates ecological interactions into the Noah’s Arch problem [M.L. Weitzman, The Noah’s Arch problem, Econometrica 66(6) (1998) 1279-1298]. In doing so, we arrive at a general model for rank- ing in situ conservation projects accounting for species interrelations and provide an operational cost-e¤ectiveness method for the selection of best preserving diversity projects under a limited budget constraint.
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Pierre Courtois, Charles Figuieres, Chloé Mulier. Conservation priorities when species interact: the Noah's ark metaphor revisited. 16. Annual BIOECON Conference: Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Sustainability, Sep 2014, Cambridge, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-02739153⟩

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