Conservation Biology: A Primer for South Asia

Kamaljit S Bawa,Meera Anna Oommen,Richard B Primach

Editorial: Universities Press/Orient BlackSwan, 2011
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This introductory book on conservation biology is based on Richard Primack’s widely used A Primer of Conservation Biology. It explores the key concepts of conservation using examples from South Asia, home to some of the world’s most exotic species that are now facing the threat of extinction. The book draws attention to the rapid decline in the biodiversity of this region and emphasises the need for urgent action. It also discusses the initiatives that are being undertaken in the region such as involving local communities, framing laws and policies, and identifying research areas that will help stem further loss in biodiversity and make the long term goal of protecting our species successful. Special Features • Numerous case studies from South Asia • Discusses the involvement of indigenous tribes in preserving biodiversity • Outlines specific research areas that are to be focussed on for implementation of successful conservation programmes Printed Pages: 604. N° de ref. de la librería

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Sinopsis: This introductory book on conservation biology is based on Richard Primack s widely used A Primer of Conservation Biology. It explores the key concepts of conservation using examples from South Asia, home to some of the world s most exotic species that are now facing the threat of extinction. The book draws attention to the rapid decline in the biodiversity of this region and emphasises the need for urgent action. It also discusses the initiatives that are being undertaken in the region such as involving local communities, framing laws and policies, and identifying research areas that will help stem further loss in biodiversity and make the long term goal of protecting our species successful. Special Features Numerous case studies from South Asia Discusses the involvement of indigenous tribes in preserving biodiversity Outlines specific research areas that are to be focussed on for implementation of successful conservation programmes

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Título: Conservation Biology: A Primer for South ...
Editorial: Universities Press/Orient BlackSwan
Año de publicación: 2011
Encuadernación: Softcover
Condición del libro: New
Edición: First edition.

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Descripción Universities Press/Orient BlackSwan, 2011. Softcover. Condición: New. First edition. This introductory book on conservation biology is based on Richard Primack?s widely used A Primer of Conservation Biology. It explores the key concepts of conservation using examples from South Asia, home to some of the world?s most exotic species that are now facing the threat of extinction. The book draws attention to the rapid decline in the biodiversity of this region and emphasises the need for urgent action. It also discusses the initiatives that are being undertaken in the region such as involving local communities, framing laws and policies, and identifying research areas that will help stem further loss in biodiversity and make the long term goal of protecting our species successful. Special Features ? Numerous case studies from South Asia ? Discusses the involvement of indigenous tribes in preserving biodiversity ? Outlines specific research areas that are to be focussed on for implementation of successful conservation programmes Printed Pages: 604. Nº de ref. del artículo: 53581

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