Central Texas Karst Invertebrate Preserve Management

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Central Texas Karst Invertebrate Preserve Management

The purpose of this document is to (1) provide preserve managers a reference guide to current management practices that are most conducive to protecting endangered karst invertebrates, (2) provide guidance in developing site-specific karst management plans, (3) provide recommendations for monitoring, and (4) provide adaptive management techniques that can be implemented if the goal and objectives of preserve management are not achieved.

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