The third issue of Conservation Letters Volume 3 is now out. A good line-up of papers, indeed. Note that we’ve gone up to 9 papers in this issue, so keep the good submissions coming. Conservation Letters will most likely be listed on ISI Web of Science this year, and receive its first Impact Factor in 2011.
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- Global patterns of marine turtle bycatch
- Preserving environmental health and scientific credibility: a practical guide to reducing conflicts of interest
- The biodiversity bank cannot be a lending bank
- Making conservation physiology relevant to policy makers and conservation practitioners
- Landscapes, legibility, and conservation planning: multiple representations of forest use in Panama
- Bioeconomic losses from overharvesting tuna
- Representation of ecosystem services by tiered conservation strategies
- Optimal conservation planning for migratory animals: integrating demographic information across seasons
- Correlative and mechanistic models of species distribution provide congruent forecasts under climate change