Integrated Management
Strategies and Public Policy

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Standing:  John Polisar (University of Florida, Gainesville), Molly Olson (The Natural Step, Sausalito, California), John Frazier (Sección de Ecología Humana, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico), and Peter Pritchard (Florida Audubon Society, Winter Park, Florida).  Seated:  Kristin Berry (U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resouces Division, Riverside, California), Suzi Oppenheimer (New York State Senator, Westchester County), and Suzanne Dohm (President, New York Turtle and Tortoise Society).

Turtle Conservation and Halfway Technology: What Is the Problem? (Plenary Lecture)

Conservation of Covert Species: Protecting Species We Don’t Even Know
Jeffery E. Lovich and J. Whitfield Gibbons  VIEW ABSTRACT

The Desert Tortoise Recovery Plan: An Ambitious Effort to Conserve Biodiversity in the Mojave and Colorado Deserts of the United States
Kristin H. Berry  VIEW ABSTRACT (includes link to full text)

Effects of Exploitation on Dermatemys mawii Populations in Northern Belize and Conservation Strategies for Rural Riverside Villages

Turtles as a Resource: Avoiding the “Tragedy of the Commons” (Summary Report)
Peter C. H. Pritchard

Management of Tropical Chelonians: Dream or Nightmare? — Part 2
John G. Frazier  VIEW ABSTRACT

Global Conservation and the Sciences: People, Policy, and Pennies (Plenary Lecture)
Ian R. Swingland  VIEW ABSTRACT

International Conservation Partnerships (Text of Presentation)
Molly H. Olson  VIEW TEXT

The Role of Policy Makers in the Development of Conservation Strategies (Summary)
Senator Suzi Oppenheimer  VIEW SUMMARY

Conservation Strategies An Overview: Implications for Policy
Peter C. H. Pritchard  FULL TEXT

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