Slide 6: They have also been used to...
They have also been used to:
help target field surveys (Engler, Guisan & Rechsteiner 2004),
aid in the design of reserves (Li et al.1999),
inform wildlife management outside protected areas (Milsom et al. 2000)
guide mediatory actions in human-wildlife conflicts (Sitati et al. 2003).
monitor declining species (Osborne, Alonso & Bryant 2001),
predict range expansions of recovering species (Corsi, Dupre & Boitani 1999),
estimate the likelihood of species' long-term persistence in areas considered for protection (Cabeza et al. 2004)
identify locations suitable for introduction (Debeljak et al., 2001)
identify locations suitable for reintroductions (Glenz et al., 2001).
identify sites vulnerable to local extinction (Gates & Donald 2000)
identify sites vulnerable to species invasion (Kriticos et al. 2003),
explore the potential consequences of climate change (Erasmus et al. 2002).