7 edition of Conserving Bird Biodiversity found in the catalog.
July 29, 2002
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Ken Norris (Editor), Deborah J. Pain (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
Bird Conservation International is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal that seeks to promote worldwide research and action for the conservation of birds and the habitats upon which they depend. The official journal of BirdLife International, it provides stimulating, international and up-to-date coverage of a broad range of conservation topics, using birds to illuminate wider issues of. Expanding protected areas for ecological conservation by just 5% has the potential to markedly increase terrestrial biodiversity protection. Plans to .
To date, IBAs have been identified in the Americas, with almost expected when the process is complete. Important Bird Areas of the Americas: Priority Sites for Biodiversity Conservation, was the result of a collaborative effort in all 57 countries and territories across the hemisphere, including the 23 organisations of the BirdLife Americas Partnership. Conserving Dryland Biodiversity is intended to raise awareness amongst all stakeholders and galvanise wider action to boost drylands conservation and development. It is a call to action as well as a guide to how dryland conservation and development can be equitably pursued. The book is designed to inform and remind us of the.
Nationwide, these birds are in sharp decline. Global Biodiversity Crisis. In the mids, the planet’s “biodiversity crisis” burst forth as a critical conservation issue at the National Forum on Biodiversity, organized in Washington, D.C., by the National Research Council and spearheaded by Harvard University biologist Edward O. Wilson. Biodiversity and Conservation is fully indexed and includes a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editor, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context. The collection’s fresh and explicitly interdisciplinary approach provides a unique insight into the development of the subject from a.
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Conserving Bird Biodiversity is the seventh volume in Cambridge Uni- versity Press’s series on conservation biology. Most of the previous vol- umes in the series have addressed general themes such as the genetics, demography, and viability of frag- mented populations, behavior and conservation, or the conservation of exploited species.
Key words: Biodiversity, conservation, ecosystem services. Introduction. pla nt at ion s, insec tiv or ou s bird s can m ak e the. dif fe re nc e betwe en a bumpe r crop or a costly. fai lu re. The Conserving Earth's Biodiversity CD-ROM is an entirely new way to study and teach conservation biology and environmental science.
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Conserving Bird Biodiversity provides succinct and well-written summaries of most of the major topics of interest in avian conservation. Authors of the 12 chapters provide numerous specific examples from the world literature to nicely illustrate most of the points made.
Endemic Bird Areas of the World. Priorities for Biodiversity Conservation by A.J. Stattersfield, M.J. Crosby, A.J.
Long and D.C. Wege, Birdlife International, £ pbk ( pages) ISBN 33 7. CDROM: Birds of the World—A Multimedia Encyclopedia, Ransom, £ ISBN 1. Conservation of Tropical Birds has been written by four conservation biologists whose expertise spans all the tropical regions of the world.
It is the first book to cover all the major issues in tropical bird conservation. Current problems faced by tropical bird conservationists are summarised and potential solutions outlined based on the results of case studies. About this book Increasing numbers of ecologists and conservation biologists have begun to explore the use of drone technology to obtain accurate and up-to-date data on the distribution and density of species, as well as the threats to their habitats, in their ongoing attempts to conserve and monitor biodiversity.
Conserving Bird Biodiversity: General Principles and their Application - Conservation Biology (Hardback) Ken Norris (editor), Deborah J. Pain (editor), Guy Cowlishaw (series editor), Rosie Woodroffe (series editor), John L.
Gittleman (series editor), Michael J. Samways (series editor). Conservation policies and programs affecting birds Gerard C. Boere and Clayton D. Rubec-- References-- Index. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The earth's biodiversity currently faces an extinction crisis that is unprecedented.
Using bird conservation to illustrate the basic scientific principles and applying this to real problems, this book is essential reading for students and researchers in conservation biology.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Biodiversity: evolution, species, genes \/ Michael W.
Bruford -- Why conserve bird diversity. Get this from a library. Conserving bird biodiversity: general principles and their application. [Ken Norris; Deborah J Pain;] -- Scholars of the biological and environmental sciences from around the world focus on specific conservation problems, particularly in countries that are rich in such problems and poor in resources to.
Conserving and Valuing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity book. Economic, Institutional and Social Challenges. This book comprehensively addresses the economic, social and institutional difficulties in conserving biodiversity and the ecosystem services that it provides.
It covers a wide range of issues such as biodiversity, ecosystem. Conservation in Preserves Figure 4. National parks, such as Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, help conserve biodiversity.
(credit: Don DeBold) Establishment of wildlife and ecosystem preserves is one of the key tools in conservation efforts (Figure 4). Applying Nature's Design: Corridors as a Strategy for Biodiversity Conservation By Anthony B.
Anderson; Clinton N. Jenkins Columbia University Press, Read preview Overview Nature in Fragments: The Legacy of Sprawl By Elizabeth A. Johnson; Michael .This important book for scientists and nonscientists alike calls attention to a most urgent global problem: the rapidly accelerating loss of plant and animal species to increasing human population pressure and the demands of economic development.
Based on a major conference sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences and the Smithsonian Institution, Biodiversity creates a systematic.The three main objectives of Biodiversity Conservation are as follows-To protect and preserve species diversity.
To ensure sustainable management of the species and ecosystems. Prevention and restoration of ecological processes and life support systems. Biodiversity Conservation Methods. Two types of methods are employed to conserve biodiversity.