|| 要旨トップ | ESJ64 自由集会 一覧 |||日本生態学会第64回全国大会 (2017年3月、東京) 講演要旨
自由集会 W13 3月15日 18:00-20:00 C会場
Existing studies in conservation biology and ecosystem management cover a broad spectrum of research topics. They range from studies focusing on ecological patterns, such as those predicting species distribution patterns, to socio-economic approaches focusing more on the decision-making process of stakeholders. Bringing these different views together, putting emphasis both on ecological and socio-economic aspects, is one of the challenges in conservation biology and ecosystem management. It has been repeatedly emphasized that interactions and discussions between researchers with various backgrounds are of crucial importance to develop more holistic approaches of managing ecosystems. To help meet this requirement, our session aims to bridge different aspects of conservation biology and ecosystem management by introducing broad topics of these researches, and foster discussions between researchers with broadly different backgrounds.
Note: The talks will be given by plain English, but Japanese will also be used in the Q&A session.
[W13-1] Developing a theory for population estimation using a spatially-explicit model
[W13-2] Predicting global patterns of range size and body size in terrestrial mammals: the role of human impact
[W13-3] Conservation prioritization in food web
[W13-4] Games of corruption in preventing the overuse of common-pool resources