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Abstract The catastrophic crash in Gyps vulture populations in South Asia has been caused by the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac which results in renal failure. Sufficient diclofenac residues to cause death can be consumed by vultures feeding on a recently treated livestock...
Abstract The Central and North Coast and Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlotte Islands regions of British Columbia (B.C.) contain the world's largest remaining areas of intact coastal temperate rainforest. The region has been the focus of intense conflict among environmentalists, forestry companies, First...
Abstract Kenya is largely dependent on its biological resources for its social and economic development and therefore is in urgent need of comprehensive, quality information on the distribution, status and utilization of its biodiversity for conservation planning and management. This paper...
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