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Conservation Support

Conservation Support provides technical assistance, analysis, training and capacity building to help strengthen the practice of conservation, both within the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and more broadly in the conservation community.

Conservation Support works closely with WCS’s Regional, Policy, Species and Global Health Programs, with Global Initiatives (Business and Conservation, Climate Change, Quality of Human Life and Ecosystem Services) and with our Zoos and Aquarium to help target and prioritize technical assistance and training across the organization.

We provide support and documentation (including background, training materials, tools such as software, and examples from field sites around the world) on the following topics:

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Global Design & Outreach

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Featured Resources

Summed Point Influence (SPI) Tool v.1.0 beta
SPI produces a cumulative influence raster for an area from a set of geographic features, and was developed primarily as a way of estimating hunting pressure from communities in a landscape. REQUIREMENTS: ArcGIS 9.3 or above at an ArcView license level or above, and the Spatial Analyst extension.
(English Manual 4) Household Surveys- a Tool for Conservation Design, Action and Monitoring
Manual for conducting household surveys to document how conservation actions influence the welfare of local peoples.
(English Manual 1) Participatory Spatial Assessment of Human Activities- a Tool for Conservation Planning

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Partners Include

U.S. Agency for International Development
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Mpala Research Centre