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    The Conservation Movement (1970s)

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    In the early years of the conservation movement (1970s), efforts were aimed mainly at the salvation of individual species - that is, saving them from extinction. Today, conservation biology is aimed more at the biodiversity of the entire community and the ecosystem. Explain in detail why there has been this shift in focus. Give a specific example.

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    Problem: In the early years of the conservation movement (1970s), efforts were aimed mainly at the salvation of individual species - that is, saving them from extinction. Today, conservation biology is aimed more at the biodiversity of the entire community and the ecosystem. Explain in detail why there has been this shift in focus. Give a specific example.

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    Perhaps the easiest way to explain this is to consider what is widely known as the "web of life". Within a biosphere, all species are ...

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