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The Czech et al.  analysis suggests that allocation
of efforts to endangered species reflect public
priorites. Briggs  argues that priorities should
reflect cost effectiveness, i.e., ensuring recovery of as many species
as possible given the available funds. Her approach involves three
- Group species into categories based on the threat they face.
- Identify recovery strategies for species in each group.
- Assign priority to recovery strategies based on cost-effectiveness.