This is a bit of a tough question to answer without giving a detailed history. In short, the term itself, conservation biology, was coined by biologists Bruce Wilcox and Michael Soule when they used it as the title of a conference held at the University of California in La Jolla, California in 1978. With this said, roots of conservation biology can be traced to the Age of Conservation and the late 19th century. To find out in more detail various efforts and events that led to the modern versiong of conservation biology, visit the sourced site below.
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