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Biodiversity Conservation By Lisa Henriques
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Biodiversity Conservation The level of rural development has impact in the priorities and choices of member states of European Union, I would like to underline the part of agro environmental measures... More > and cross compliance has an answer to difficulties that we find in rural development in some member states, for sustainable development stated at the action program for the environment and execution of the community strategy concerning biologic diversity including applying the directives related to nature conservation – Natura 2000.< Less
Biodiversity and Conservation of Fruit Crops By N. D. Polara
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This book is useful for the students as well amateure who are interested in conservation of biodiversity.
The State of Colorado's Biodiversity By Renée Rondeau et al.
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Following the three-part model of “effective conservation” developed by The Nature Conservancy, The Colorado Natural Heritage Program has developed this scorecard to evaluate the status... More > of ecological systems, at-risk animals, and rare plants under three broad categories: 1) Biodiversity status – including size, quality, and landscape integrity; 2) Threat status – focused on both current and potential future impacts; and 3) Protection status. This scorecard includes 18 ecological systems, 113 of Colorado’s at-risk vertebrate animal species, and 103 of our rarest plant species.< Less
Urban Environments - History, Biodiversity & Culture By Ian D. Rotherham
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This volume is a retrospective publication of contributions originally to two national conferences / seminars held in Sheffield, on the theme of ‘Urban Environments – History,... More > Biodiversity and Culture’. To the updated papers from those events we have added invited current contributions on the themes of urban nature and urban ecology. Ideas and issues in urban ecology become more significant as globalisation, urbanisation and cultural severance shape our world and our future ecologies. This is paralleled by increasing interest in the underpinning science and research paradigms in relation to urban environmental spaces.In the early 2000s, ecologists new to the urban context suddenly became excited about the juxta-position of pollution and biodiversity in degraded and contaminated sites, something well-known to urban ecologists and naturalists since the 1980s or earlier. Similarly, the contributions of urban gardens to nature conservation were greeted with surprise and excitement.< Less
Policy Development #17: ITTO/IUCN Guidelines for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in tropical timber production forests By ITTO/IUCN
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This publication, a complete revision and updating of ITTO's original Biodiversity Guidelines published in 1993, sets out the specific actions that policymakers, forest managers and other... More > stakeholders should take to improve biodiversity conservation in tropical production forests.< Less
What did Capability Brown do for Ecology? The legacy for biodiversity, landscapes, and nature conservation By Christine Handley (eds) & Ian D. Rotheram
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This book is based on a major conference with Historic England, Natural England, the Ancient Tree Forum and others which took place in 2016 as part of the celebrations for the tercentenary of... More > Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. The event brought together ecologists, landscape historians and archaeologists, land managers and conservationists to look critically at the impact of Brown and his successors on the UK’s landscape. The book addresses the paradigms of these designed landscapes. It considers the issues around the legacy of Brown’s creations and ideas and the repercussions that are still apparent today. It makes for a thought-provoking and rich discussion covering habitat conservation and creation, drainage and the release of alien species. This is the untold story of the ecology of Capability Brown and the landscape school which followed.< Less
Nova Scotia's Intact Forest Landscapes: Opportunities for Conservation Planning By Ryan Cheng et al.
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This is the eighth of several publications in celebration of Global Forest Watch Canada’s 10th anniversary year and of the International Year of Biodiversity. It follows up on our earlier... More > report on recent anthropogenic change in Nova Scotia’s forest landscapes by examining the current location and distribution of intact forest landscapes larger than 500 hectares.< Less
Nova Scotia's Intact Forest Landscapes: Opportunities for Conservation Planning By Peter Lee et al.
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This is the eighth of several publications in celebration of Global Forest Watch Canada’s 10th anniversary year and of the International Year of Biodiversity. It follows up on our earlier... More > report on recent anthropogenic change in Nova Scotia’s forest landscapes by examining the current location and distribution of intact forest landscapes larger than 500 hectares.< Less
Dune Protected Areas Network 1.0: Creating a Blueprint for Restoration in the Guadalupe Nipomo Dunes Complex By The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County et al.
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This document describes four years of collaborative work to identify the location of the Dune Protected Areas Network (DPA Network) using thirty-two experts, all available data, and conservation site... More > selection software to make our selection as diverse and transparent as possible. Coarse filter conservation targets (habitat types) and fine filter conservation targets (species not fully protected by coarse filter) were inputted into two different conservation site selection software: Marxan and Zonation. Both software outputs contributed to the chosen DPA Network. The range of DPAs within the DPA Network are focused on selecting a variety of important elements that make the GNDC an important ecological feature. Represented in the final DPA Network, is a system of connected regions throughout the GNDC that represent the diversity of unique habitats and species including a selection of pristine habitat types as well as areas known to be important to preserving and promoting biodiversity.< Less
The Living History of Fort Worth By Charlie Gober
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A natural history book of Fort Worth, including, but not limited to, geology, human history, cross timbers and prairies, blackland prairies, native insects and arachnids, native reptiles, native... More > amphibians, and native mammals.< Less

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