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    Koedoe

    versión impresa ISSN 0075-6458

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    HOLNESS, Stephen D  y  BIGGS, Harry C. Systematic conservation planning and adaptive management. Koedoe [online]. 2011, vol.53, n.2, pp. 34-42. ISSN 0075-6458.

    ABSTRACT This article argues that systematic conservation planning (SCP) is an intrinsic part of the adaptive management approach within SANParks and should not be seen as a separate or different initiative. SCP operates within a complex environment that requires a deliberately adaptive approach. The similarities in philosophy, structure and functional elements of the planning process and approach between adaptive management and SCP, as applied within SANParks, are highlighted. The article distils requirements for ensuring that SCP remains strategically adaptive in its approach. CONSERVATION IMPLICATION: A deliberately adaptive approach to SCP improves its effectiveness in guiding the implementation of conservation actions and is a requirement for effective conservation planning in a complex environment

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