Faunal Species Conservation in the Melanesian Pacific Islands
Pacific Conservation Biology Special Issue 22(3)Edited by:
This special issue focuses on the species conservation and management of microfauna in the developing Melanesian Pacific Islands.
This special issue of Pacific Conservation Biology focuses on the species conservation and management of macrofauna in the developing Melanesian Pacific Islands, and spans marine, freshwater and terrestrial habitats. It includes new information related to known species as well as collations on species groups that are not well documented but are highly threatened. + Full description
The special issue arose from a species conservation symposium held during a Society for Conservation Biology (Oceania) conference hosted at the University of the South Pacific’s Suva campus in July 2014. The symposium was convened by members of the Species Working Group of the Pacific Islands Roundtable for Nature Conservation in order to highlight species conservation priorities and promote a strengthening of collaboration across people working in species conservation in Pacific Island Countries and Territories.
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DetailsPaperback | October 2016 | $ 75.00
ISBN: PC22/03 | 90 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing