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  1. International Laws on Biodiversity by V.K. Prabhakar, 2003-12-01
  2. Biodiversity in Horticultural Crops: v. 1 by K. V. Peter, Z. Abraham, 2007-07-30
  3. On the Origins and Dynamics of Biodiversity: the Role of Chance by Alain Pavé, 2010-06-30
  4. Status and Trends of Global Biodiversity by Avinash Tyagi, 2009-08-01
  5. Forestry and Biodiversity
  6. Aquatic Biodiversity in India: The Present Scenario by D. Khanna, 2005-09-30
  7. International Encyclopaedia of Biodiversity and Climate Change by Ranjan R. Sahoo, 2008-12-01
  8. A Comprehensive Handbook on Biodiversity by A.K. Ghosh, 2009-01-30
  9. Strategies for the Long Term Conservation of Biodiversity on Mauritius by Thomas Juhasz, 2008-03-26
  10. High Nature Value Farmland: Characteristics, Trends and Policy Challenges (European Environment Agency) by European Environment Agency, 2004-01-30
  11. Assessing Biodiversity Risks With Socio- Economic Methods: The Alarm Experience
  12. Effects of the Arable Stewardship Pilot Scheme on breeding birds at field and farm-scales [An article from: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment] by D.K. Stevens, R.B. Bradbury,
  13. Biodiversity Conservation : Problems and Policies (Ecology, Economy & Environment, Vol 4)
  14. The Wealth of Nature: Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity, and Human Well-being (Spanish Edition) by J.A. McNeely, R.A. Mittermeier, et all 2009-01

121. Ricegrowers' Association Of Australia
The 2nd Riverina biodiversity Forum will bring a range of stakeholders togetherto explore issues related to biodiversity and agriculture into the future.

The RGA Member Support About Rice ... Contact Us 2nd Riverina Biodiversity Forum
26 - 28 May 2005
Griffith NSW Biodiversity in Modified Landscapes DRAFT PROGRAM NOW AVAILABLE New Dates
Post-Forum Field Trip: Saturday 28 May 2005 The 2nd Riverina Biodiversity Forum will bring a range of stakeholders together to explore issues related to biodiversity and agriculture into the future. Key Discussion Topics
  • Reconciling biodiversity with irrigated agriculture Working with Land Managers and the Community The big issues for the future eg climate change
Forum Program
The forum has attracted a large number of speakers covering many interesting topics as detailed in the draft program Conference Discussion Paper
A discussion paper will be prepared outlining the key issues explored at the forum to promote ongoing discussions with key players in biodiversity management. The paper will form part of the forum proceedings. Registration
To register simply complete the registration form included in the forum flyer and fax or mail to the Ricegrowers Association of Australian Inc. To assist us with preparations for the forum please register by Friday

122. Biodiversity Research Group - School Of Geography And The Environment
Research in the School of Geography the environment He will be working withthe biodiversity Research Group from the 1st of October for a year,
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Are you interested in a career in biodiversity conservation, management or research? Are you a biodiversity professional wishing to improve your knowledge and skills? The MSc in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management will appeal to those wishing to develop the skills needed for a successful career in biodiversity conservation, management and research. more Introduction Research carried out by members of the Biodiversity Research Group can broadly be defined as an examination of the characteristics, dynamics and impact of environmental change on biological systems. Our interests are diverse, but tend to focus on the response of species and ecosystems to fundamental environmental controls, and to changes in environments on time scales ranging from the ecological to the geological. Spatial scales addressed range from global to local. The group is made up of staff, postgraduate students, research associates and visitors of the Department of Geography and Environmental Change Institute. The group runs a weekly seminar series during full term. If you are Oxford based and would like to be included in our circulation list, please email

123. Saskatchewan Environment - Biodiversity Action Plan
Saskatchewan has released the biodiversity Action Plan, which will guide the Natural environment A Proposed Saskatchewan biodiversity Action Plan,
Biodiversity Conservation Crown Land Deer Damage ... Final Biodiversity Action Plan: Released May 2004 Saskatchewan has released the Biodiversity Action Plan, which will guide the conservation actions of all government sectors through to 2009. A key concept of biodiversity is that every living thing, including people, has a connection to every other living thing and its environment. Maintaining the province's biodiversity for now and into the future will take planning, cooperation and commitment from the public, special interest groups and the government. Biodiversity conservation will never be complete, but instead will continue to evolve and grow as time passes and our resource needs and ecological understanding increase. A healthy environment is considered the key component of a foundation for a green and prosperous economy. Conserving Saskatchewan’s Natural Environment: A Proposed Saskatchewan Biodiversity Action Plan, October 2002 This document has been prepared for the second phase of public consultation on Saskatchewan’s Biodiversity Action Plan. The proposed plan includes a vision for biodiversity conservation, statement of principles, five goals and 15 priority objectives and associated actions. An electronic

124. Research Guides By Subject - Environmental Science, Ecology & Biodiversity: Tisc
used sources for the study of Environmental Science, Ecology and biodiversity . Research Service reports on environmental issues and biodiversity.
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Recommended academic, professional, and learned societies sites, and more. Contact a Librarian Below are a few major, frequently used sources for the study of Environmental Science, Ecology and Biodiversity. The literature is international in scope and organized into primary (the first public record of the research) and secondary (works derived from primary sources) publications, although this distinction is beginning to be blurred in some web resources. See also the research guides: Biology Agriculture, Plant Sciences, and Botany Geology and General Science . For additional information on sources please consult a librarian. Internet resources require a Tufts I.D. number for off-campus access ( authorized users statement Facts and Background Information back to top Reference
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125. ComLaw Legislative Instrument Compilations - Environment Protection And Biodiver
environment Protection and biodiversity Conservation Regulations 2000. LegislativeInstrument Compilation (current) F2004C00853

126. Biodiversity - School Of Natural Resources And Environment
biodiversity. understanding the biological, evolutionary, and ecological varietyof life on School of Natural Resources and environment Dana Building

Vanuatu s biodiversity Clearing House is managed by environment Vanuatu, with funding fromUNEP/GEF. Site Last Update17 December, 2002 If you have comments,

128. ESU8 Science Links
Articles and lessons focus on issues in biodiversity, environment, genomics,biotechnology, evolution, new frontiers in the sciences, and bioscience
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129. ENVIRONMENT AND BIODIVERSITY: International Development Research Centre
environment AND biodiversity. Book(s). BLUE GENES Sharing and Conserving theWorld s Aquatic biodiversity David Greer and Brian Harvey Earthscan/ IDRC 2004
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ENVIRONMENT AND BIODIVERSITY Book(s) BLUE GENES Sharing and Conserving the World's Aquatic Biodiversity David Greer and Brian Harvey Earthscan/ IDRC PRESERVING THE DNIPRO RIVER Harmony, History, and Rehabilitation V.Y. Shevchuk, G.O. Bilyavsky, V.M. Navrotsky, and O.O. Mazurkevich Mosaic Press/ IDRC MIGRATORY FISHES OF SOUTH AMERICA Biology, Fisheries, and Conservation Status Edited by Joachim Carolsfield, Brian Harvey, Carmen Ross, and Anton Baer World Fisheries Trust/World Bank/ IDRC In_Focus: SEEDS THAT GIVE Participatory Plant Breeding Ronnie Vernooy IDRC SEEDING SOLUTIONS: VOLUME 2 Options for National Laws Governing Access To and Control Over Genetic Resources The Crucible II Group IDRC IPGRI /DHF THE WELLBEING OF NATIONS A Country-by-Country Index of Quality of Life and the Environment Robert Prescott-Allen IDRC /Island Press LARGE MINES AND THE COMMUNITY Socioeconomic and Environmental Effects in Latin America, Canada, and Spain

130. Biodiversity Jobs : Earthworks - Jobs : Technical Officer - Biodiversity - Envir
Ecology / biodiversity Environmental Impact Assessment In short, this iswhere your biodiversity skills can be used to maximum effect, and open doors
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You've done good deeds for the environment. Now do great things. Technical Specialist - Biodiversity

Hatfield, Herts
Our environment is a wonderful place, so it's no surprise that so many organisations want to nurture and improve it. However, with over 11,000 people and a budget exceeding £500m, we are in a position to do much more than virtually anyone else. We can take on vital projects that fight flooding, protect natural habitats, or manage land. Plus, our profile and government backing means we're deeply involved with major developments such as airport expansions and large housing schemes. In short, this is where your biodiversity skills can be used to maximum effect, and open doors to even more high-profile positions. Essentially, you'll enhance biodiversity in and around London. It's an important role, so as well as a related degree or equivalent, you'll bring significant experience of wildlife conservation and/or environment management and sound relevant legislative knowledge. What's more, as you'll spend time with your team out in the field, experience of the physical and biological processes of wetlands, river habitats and its wildlife is a must. You'll work on external as well as internal projects, so good influencing and organisational skills will come in handy too. It's a lot to ask for, but with big decisions on the environment at stake, you wouldn't expect anything less. A full driving licence is required.

131. The Precautionary Principle: Torn Between Biodiversity, Environment-related Food
Inderscience Publishers publishers of distinguished academic, scientific andprofessional journals.

132. New Scientist Expert Coverage Of Earth Climate Conservation Geology
As the European drought continues, two research groups have warned that it willunleash large amounts of CO2 into the environment. News 04 August 2005
17 September 2005 JOBS JOB OF THE WEEK

133. The Golgi BioPages Have Moved
The WorldWide Web Virtual Library Ecology and biodiversityLinks to Internet resources related to ecology and biodiversity.
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134. Tracc Fisheries Web Home Page
Research and education in biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of marine environments of East Malaysia.
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135. Pacific Institute
The Economic Globalization and the environment Program studies the effects of the 9/15/01 Institute Releases New Report on environmental Terrorism
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The Water and Sustainability Program works to improve efficiency, ensure basic acess to water, and protect the environment. Global Water Crisis Salton Sea Water Efficiency Water and Conflict ... The World's Water and the Soft Path RELATED NEWS
New Report Details Sustainable Vision for California Water
Institute Launches Searchable Water and Conflict Bibliography Climate Change and California Water: Revised Report Summarizes Threats More... The Community Strategies for Sustainability and Justice Program integrates the Institute's research skills with the strengths of community-based groups to foster environmental justice. Environmental Indicators Project Environmental Justice Coalition for Water RELATED NEWS
New Report: Solutions Abound to Diesel Pollution in Contra Costa, California

136. ARBEC - ASEAN Review Of Biodiversity And Environmental Conservation
Webjournal dedicated to the study of biodiversity in Malaysia and the rest ofsoutheast Asia.
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The Internet Edition Contributors Guideline If you wish to contribute to ARBEC, please visit this page for information FREE DOWNLOAD! Malaysia's
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You are visitor no. Pigmented Microorganisms Isolated From Semi-arid, Tropical, Deccan Trap of Karnataka, India
One hundred and eighty soil samples from different parts of Gulbarga region were collected to isolate and identify the pigmented microorganisms and their importance to the biotechnological field. The samples were collected during the period of May to July 2004. A total of 30 pigmented organisms were screened, probably these are of Actinomycetes, mainly Streptomyces from different locations, among them 9 strains have show very good enzymatic activity (Amylases, Protease, Cellulase) at the wide range of pH.(6-13) The Sphingidae of Southeast-Asia
The biologically and geographically diverse region lying between tropical oriental Asia and Australia has been the site of fruitful specimen collection and biological investigation since A. R. Wallace's travels in "The Malay Archipelago" (1869). Yet, while there is a wealth of biogeographical information for some taxa (notably birds and mammals), much of the available data on insects is scattered in various museums and private collections and thus not readily accessible. For some of the more popular groups (e.g. some lepidopteran taxa) there are checklists for some countries, islands or regions, but no comprehensive overview of the region.

137. United Nations Environment Programme - UNEP
Links to biodiversity and Environmental Resources from the Centre Links to environmental web resources. Centre for Plant biodiversity Researchand Australian National Herbarium, (CANB); Australian National Botanic
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138. Island Resources Foundation: Environmental Planning For Island Development By Br
Island Resources Foundation s web site features environmental information usefulto the biodiversity Conservation Environmental Information GIS
This page provides an overview of the Island Resources Foundation web site, and new features. What

Island Resources Foundation is a private, non-profit research and education organization with offices in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, and Washington DC. Founded by Dr. Ed Towle in 1972, the Foundation is dedicated to solving the environmental problems of development in small tropical islands. Biodiversity Conservation Planning a long-term strategy for public management of a precious and delicate resource like Sandy Cay in the Virgin Islands is complicated. Read a summary of the project at Sandy Cay and read an update and progress report in our 2004 Annual Report. Ed Towle has written a history of attempts to set up Territorial Parks in the US Virgin Islands, dating back to the 1940s. HISTORY OF PROTECTED AREA INITIATIVES.

139. Environmental Managment In Agriculture
Environmental Management in Agriculture Native biodiversity Resource Kit biodiversity and Environmental Management Systems for Victorian Agriculture
Department of Sustainability and Environment DSE Home About Us Contact Us ... Related Sites Environmental Management in Agriculture - Native Biodiversity Resource Kit
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What did the pilot project achieve? What do we mean by native biodiversity? Native Biodiversity Resource Kit ... Links to other sites Imagine a new approach to farming that could assist production, sale of produce, environmental sustainability and conservation of Victoria's native biodiversity. By demonstrating their biodiversity conservation, Victorian producers may have an edge over their competitors that benefits them in the marketplace and back on the farm. The 'Best Agricultural Practice for Native Biodiversity in Grazing Industries' pilot project investigated methodologies that Victorian graziers could use to assist with biodiversity management. A supporting Native Biodiversity Resource Kit has been developed to assist farmers to work towards improved conservation of native biodiversity. The project has been supported by the Naturally Victorian and Our Rural Landscape initiatives of the Department of Primary Industries.

140. WCMC Climate Change
Background information on biodiversity and climate change UNEP WCMC Activitiesrelated to climate change and biodiversity
UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre Biodiversity and Climate Change
Global Climate Change and Biodiversity report

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