Errata

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. Chilean Blue Whales as a Case Study to Illustrate Methods to Estimate Abundance and Evaluate Conservation Status of Rare Species Volume 25, Issue 3, 526–535, Article first published online: 8 March 2011
  2. Bolder Thinking for Conservation Volume 26, Issue 1, 1–4, Article first published online: 26 January 2012
  3. Identifying Anomalous Reports of Putatively Extinct Species and Why It Matters Volume 24, Issue 1, 189–196, Article first published online: 13 July 2009

In the June 2011 issue of Conservation Biology (volume 25, number 3) in “Chilean Blue Whales as a Case Study to Illustrate Methods to Estimate Abundance and Evaluate Conservation Status of Rare Species” by Williams et al. (pp. 526–535), Equations 2 and 3 should read as follows:

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In the February 2012 issue of Conservation Biology (volume 26, number 1) in “Bolder Thinking for Conservation” by Noss et al. (pp. 1–4) affiliations for two authors were incorrect. Katarzyna Nowak's affiliation is Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544, U.S.A., and Roel Lopez's affiliation is Texas A & M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, College Station, TX 77843, U.S.A.

In the February 2010 issue of Conservation Biology (volume 24, number 1) in “Identifying Anomalous Reports of Putatively Extinct Species and Why it Matters” by Roberts et al. (pp. 189–196) the first sentence of the legend for Fig. 2 should read as follows: Estimated probability (p) that a species persists, given the sighting records shown in Table 2, for the (a) Eskimo Curlew, (b) Ivory-billed Woodpecker, (c) Nukupu'u, and (d) O'ahu ‘Alauahio.

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