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Continued denudation of forest vegetation in national forests and protected areas of Bangladesh, due to increasing population and other biotic and abiotic pressures, poses a threat to forest productivity and biodiversity. Homestead forests, although mostly in scattered areas, provide most of the...
The choice between professional and community-based methods for monitoring biodiversity and biological resources is largely dependent on the availability of resources. Professional methods are more expensive than community-based methods and are often not feasible in developing countries where...
This article highlights the impact of anthropogenic disturbance on forest structure and plant diversity in the riparian forest in the Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka, Southern India. We clustered 11 transects into groups with low and high anthropogenic disturbances. In total, 73 tree...
The article describes the status, distribution, diversity, and curative values of medicinal plants in Khadimnagar National Park, a protected area in northeastern Bangladesh. A stratified random sampling method was applied for the quantification of plants and we collected information on...
The current diffusion of high-yielding hybrid maize varieties has relegated old Italian flint varieties for polenta dishes to domestic scale. However, increasing demands for traditional foods as well as the exploitation of the local biodiversity furnish the base for the rediscovery of old flint...
Private companies and investors can profit from the enhancement of nature in general and from specific investments allocated to improve biodiversity and ecosystem services (BES). The question is: What is the incentive, from a private sector point of view, to invest in nature, and what are the...
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