Allocating Resources Between Taking Action, Assessing Status, & Measuring Effectiveness

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Description: This article helps conservation project teams find the right balance between investing in tacking action versus monitoring and then also how to subdivide monitoring resources across different types of monitoring indicators.

Full citation: Salzer, Dan and Nick Salafsky. 2006. Allocating resources between taking action, assessing status, and measuring effectiveness of conservation actions. Natural Areas Journal 26: 310–316. doi:10.3375/0885-8608(2006)26[310:ARBTAA]2.0.CO;2

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