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Frontiers in Conservation Science is officially one year old. Since its launch, a wide community of top scientists in the field of conservation has embraced and endorsed our goal and the mission of becoming a platform of open dissemination of the latest findings in the discipline and a forum bolstering ...

Frontiers in Conservation Science is officially one year old. Since its launch, a wide community of top scientists in the field of conservation has embraced and endorsed our goal and the mission of becoming a platform of open dissemination of the latest findings in the discipline and a forum bolstering collaboration between scientists, stakeholders and civil society. This partnership is instrumental to the advancement of global efforts to preserve and manage the world’s biodiversity, through the publication of findings that demonstrate an effective impact on meeting global conservation goals.

This article collection highlights some of the most impactful articles published in Frontiers in Conservation Science during its first year of existence. The collection is curated by the Field Chief Editor, Prof. Daniel Blumstein, in collaboration with the Editorial Office.

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