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Forests in Latvia : the challenge of developing sustainable forest management. A special supplement to "Arborvitae"

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1997
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Report of the seventh Global biodiversity forum, 6-8 June 1997, Harare, Zimbabwe

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1997
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Grebes : status survey and conservation action plan

Grebes are specisalised waterbirds which inhabit marshlands and reed-fringed lakes. Their dependence on wetlands is total and as a result they are particularly vulnerable to changes in ecosystems and their deterioration.

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1997
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Tapirs : status survey and conservation action plan [with Spanish and Portuguese chapters]

Descended from a long and ancient lineage, tapirs are important tropical forest seed dispersers. However, today, all species of tapirs are threatened to various degrees by habitat destruction and hunting.

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The African wild dog : status survey and conservation action plan

Over the last 30 years the African wild dog population has declined dramatically. Dogs have disappeared from 25 of the 39 countries in which they were previously found, and only 6 populations are believed to number more than 100 animals.

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Dragonflies : status survey and conservation action plan

Dragonflies, those beautiful and colourful creatures which can often be seen hovering above water, pre-date dinosaurs. Today, some 5,000 species have been described and many more await discovery and description.

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1997
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Cactus and succulent plants : status survey and conservation action plan

Found in a variety of forms and sometimes with very attractive flowers, cacti and other succulents have elicited widespread interest and tremendous popularity worldwide.

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1997
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The Ethiopian wolf : status survey and conservation action plan

The Ethiopian wolf is one of many species endemic to the highlands of Ethiopia but with only about 400 adults remaining, it is also the most endangered canid in the world.

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1997
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Report of the fourth Global biodiversity forum, 31 August-1 September 1996, Montreal, Canada

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1997
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TRAFFIC : ein Gemeinschaftsprogramm von WWF und IUCN

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1997
IUCN Publication

Wild sheep and goats and their relatives : status survey and conservation action plan for Caprinae

Wild caprinae, including sheep and goats, are an extremely valuable group of mammals. While most live in mountains, some inhabit desert grasslands, tropical forests or even arctic tundra.

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1997
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Asian rhinos : status survey and conservation action plan

There are currently three species of Asian rhino: the Indian or greater one-horned Asian rhino, the Javan or lesser one-horned Asian rhino and the Sumatran or Asian two-horned rhino. Today, all three are threatened with extinction and two, the Sumatran rhino and Javan rhino, critically so.

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1997
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Global action for biodiversity. An international framework for implementing the Convention on biological diversity

Adopted at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, the Convention on biological diversity has now been ratified by over 160 countries and forms the backbone of many of the biodiversity activities that have taken place over the last five years.

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1997
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Centres of plant diversity : a guide and strategy for their conservation, v.3. Americas

The rationale for this three-volume work covering nearly 250 major sites for conservation of plant diversity worldwide is concern about rapid global loss and degradation of natural ecosystems.

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1997
Non IUCN Publication

A biodiversity review of China

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1996
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Conservation des poissons d'eau douce

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1996
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Establishment of a trust fund for Ethiopia's protected areas : proceedings of a workshop

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Dangerous curves : does the environment improve with economic growth?

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Plan directeur de recherche pour le Parc national du Banc d'Arguin

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The directory of Belizean protected areas and sites of nature conservation interest

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Les félins

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Changing worlds : 30 years of conservation achievement

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Structural adjustment, the environment and sustainable development

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The life industry : biodiversity, people and profits

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Current issues in forest certification in Canada. A WWF Canada discussion paper

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1996
IUCN Grey Literature

Rapport de synthèse des études nationales du Botswana, du Cameroun et du Zimbabwe

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1996
IUCN Grey Literature

Marine fish and the IUCN Red List of threatened animals. Report of the workshop

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1996
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Status of sea turtle conservation in the Western Indian Ocean : proceedings of the Western Indian Ocean training workshop and strategic planning session on sea turtles, held at Sodwana Bay, South Africa, November 12-18, 1995

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1996
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A marine turtle conservation strategy and action plan for the Western Indian Ocean

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1996
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Patrimoine africain 2000 : l'avenir des aires protégées en Afrique subsaharienne. Actes de l'atelier régional africain de la Commission des parcs nationaux et des aires protégées de l'UICN

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1996
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Etude initiale : la réserve naturelle nationale de l'Aïr et du Ténéré (Niger). La connaissance des éléments du milieu naturel et humain dans le cadre d'orientations pour un aménagement et une conservation durables. Analyse descriptive

La création de la Réserve naturelle de l'Aïr et du Ténéré (RNNAT) est le fruit d'un processus qui a débuté à l'initiative de l'UICN, du WWF et du PNUE. La RNNAT couvre une surface de 77 360km2 et occupe des paysages très divers.

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Status and distribution of large mammals in eastern Cambodia : results of the first foot surveys in Mondulkiri and Rattanakiri provinces

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1996
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An overview of world trade in sharks and other cartilaginous fishes

Overview of the findings of regional TRAFFIC studies in Europe, India, East and Southern Africa, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Oceania and North and South America.

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1996
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Sturgeons of the Caspian sea and the international trade in caviar

The findings from investigations of sturgeon fisheries, and information from caviar importers in consuming countries, sturgeon specialists and fisheries agencies are presented.

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1996
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1996 IUCN red list of threatened animals

The "1994 Red List of Threatened Animals" was a major advance on its predecessors in clarity of layout and amount of information presented. This is taken further in the 1996 edition, which is also the first global compilation to use the complete new IUCN red list category system.

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1996
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Assessing the sustainability of uses of wild species : case studies and initial assessment procedure

The key steps in the attempt to develop guidelines are covered. The introduction sets in context events so far. Part 1 includes the case studies which were used as a resource for drafting material for the assessment procedure and for examining the practicality of the draft guidelines.

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1996
IUCN Publication

Conservation de la flore des îles méditerranéennes : 1. Stratégie d'action

With almost 5000 island and islets, the Mediterranean comprises one of the largest groups of islands in the world. With its wealth of species, high degree of endemism, long history and tolerance of all kinds of disruptions, it is of extremely high value to global biodiversity.

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1996
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Palms : their conservation and sustained utilization. Status survey and conservation action plan

Increasing demands on the world's natural resources pose a serious threat to palm biodiversity.

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Orchids : status survey and conservation action plan

This action plan chronicles the threats faced by wild orchids, but more importantly to critical habitats that host extraordinarily high orchid diversity and endemicity.

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1996
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Plan de acción y evaluación de la condición actual de los Pecaríes

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The cranes : status survey and conservation action plan

The cranes are among the most ancient and distinctive families of birds on earth, yet they are among the world's most threatened groups of birds.

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African primates : status survey and conservation action plan

Effective habitat conservation is essential if wild populations of primates are to survive.

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1996
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Assessing biodiversity status and sustainability

Outlines approaches to assessment of the status and sustainability of national biodiversity. Methods are introduced for biodiversity survey, assessment of the status of species and habitats, and identification of local users of biological resources and the importance and impacts of such use.

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1996
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Wild cats : status survey and conservation action plan

Presents the most comprehensive and up-to-date information available on the 36 wild cats of the world. It includes the first published collection of detailed range maps and some of the first photographs of rare species in the wild.

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1996
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Forests for life : the WWF/IUCN forest policy book

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1996
Non IUCN Publication

Biodiversity challenge : an agenda for conservation action in the UK

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1995
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Parks, people and professionals : putting "participation" into protected area management

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1995
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The red data book of rare and threatened plants of Greece

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1995
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Development of a trust fund for conservation in Ethiopia : consolidated report on second phase mission

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1995

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