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Venezuela has one of the highest deforestation rates in Latin America. Most is due to the conversion of forests into cropland and pastures. Venezuela is also among the eight richest countries in the world in biodiversity (W.C.M.C. et al 1992). As forests disappear, the country loses one of the...
The gathering and dissemination of biological and cultural information are fundamental to sustainable development, and yet differences in approaches to procuring such information and knowledge and sharing them appear to be enlarging in a changing world of privatizing information and knowledge....
The dragonflies (Odonata) of the large rivers of southern Québec, Canada, such as the Ottawa River and its tributary, the Petite Nation River, have not been collected, observed and studied as thoroughly as the Odonata of inland lakes, ponds, marshes, and streams. The author gives an account of...
Are people working in conservation biology and applied ecology duplicating each other's efforts? Dr. Robert France believes not. After surveying 2318 articles published from 1987–1995 in four international journals (Biological Conservation, Conservation Biology, Ecological Applications and the...
Abstract This opinion piece is a condensed and updated version of an article that appeared in Arena, Australia, 1998
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