Effective conservation science data not dogma edited by peter kareiva michelle marvier and brian silliman focuses on controversial questions and discussions some of which overturn long held theories and assumptions. The hope is that effective conservation science will lead to greater conservation of ecosystems and biodiversity by harnessing the engine of constructive scientific scepticism in service of better results contents reproducibility bias and objectivity in conservation science. Effective conservation science data not dogma all of whom have something to say about the uncomfortable tension that arises when data meet dogma together they make a powerful argument for conservation science that measures effectiveness and evolves in response to new data rather than clinging to its treasured foundational ideas . Book review effective conservation science data not dogma following hot on the heels of cambridges defending biodiversity environmental science and ethics oxford university press has just published the edited collection effective conservation science data not dogma whereas the former title was careful about courting . This edited volume assembles some of the most intriguing voices in modern conservation biology collectively they highlight many of the most challenging questions being asked in conservation science today each of which will benefit from new experiments new data and new analyses
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