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CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

Conservation Biology offers a new philosophy of looking at complex problems. This discipline focuses on the loss of regional and global biodiversity, but considers the human element, as well, in its approach to conservation.  As an example, conservation biologists integrate a variety of sub-disciplines such as molecular ecology, landscape ecology and conflict resolution to conserve biodiversity.

 


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