"Topics in Conservation Biology " ed. by Tony Povilitis
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535105404 9789535105404 | 121 pages | PDF | five MB.
This book offers space for reflection on the definition and utility of the word ‘natural’ on a planet currently overwhelmingly dominated by folks. The six chapters of this book offer insightful analysis on managing protected areas (Middle East), conserving biochemical and genetic diversity of carob tree (Tunisia) and wild pear (Japan), determining the health standing of Amazon manatee, manipulating sex ratios to learn wildlife, and narrowing the gap between faith and conservation.
1 Protected Areas in Selected Arab Countries of the Levant Region (Syria, Lebanon & Jordan): An analysis of Management and suggestions for Improvement
2 Biochemical Diversity of untamed Carob Tree Populations and Its Economic worth
3 Introgression and Long-Term Naturalization of Archaeophytes into Native Plants – Underestimated Risk of Hybrids
4 Amazonian Manatee Urinalysis: Conservation Applications
5 Managing Population Sex Ratios in Conservation Practice: How and Why?
6 world Efforts to Bridge faith and Conservation: Are They extremely Working?