Rodri_guez, J.P., J.M. Nassar, K.M. Rodri_guez-Clark, I. Zager, C.A. Portillo-Quintero, F. Carrasquel and S. Zambrano
The main challenge to future dry forest conservation is a paucity of explicit policies for management and use. However, scientifically-based management can support positive dry forest policies in many ways, including identifying locations and protocols for ecological restoration, maintaining seed banks, quantifying baseline conditions, and monitoring genetic diversity and other indicators.