Directions in dragonfly applied ecology and conservation science

Jason T. Bried, Christopher Hassall, John P. Simaika, Jeffrey D. Corser, Jessica Ware
  • Freshwater Science, September 2015, University of Chicago Press
  • DOI: 10.1086/682393

What is it about?

The article is the opening of a special issue of Freshwater Science on the use of dragonflies and damselflies in "applied ecology" - that branch of science that seeks to solve problems in the environment using biological systems. We describe a range of areas in which good progress has been made, and then define a set of gaps that subsequent research should aim to fill.

Why is it important?

The article frames a set of following articles which describe specific examples of the use of dragonflies and damselflies in applied ecology, highlighting the common themes.

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