Preface
Operationalizing biodiversity for conservation planning
Representing biodiversity
Data requirements and data sources for biodiversity priority area selection
Place prioritization for biodiversity content
Birds as surrogates for biodiversity
Persistence and vulnerability
Bet-hedging applications for conservation
The role of trade-offs in biodiversity conservation planning
Choosing appropriate temporal and spatial scales for ecological restoration
The principle of complementarity in the design of reserve networks to conserve biodiversity