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Biodiversity, ecosystems, and conservation in northern Mexico

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Oxford University Press , Oxford, New York
Biological diversity -- Mexico, North., Ecology -- Mexico, N

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Mexico, N

Statementedited by Jean-Luc E. Cartron, Gerardo Ceballos, Richard Stephen Felger.
ContributionsCartron, Jean-Luc E., Ceballos, Gerardo., Felger, Richard Stephen.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH107 .B525 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 496 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3293063M
ISBN 100195156722
ISBN 139780195156720
LC Control Number2004012002

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. This book describes the biodiversity and biogeography of northern Mexico, documents the biological importance of regional ecosystems and the impacts of human land use on the conservation status of plants and wildlife.

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Describes the biodiversity and biogeography of northern Mexico. This book also documents the biological importance of regional ecosystems and the impacts of ecosystems land use on the conservation status of plants and wildlife.

It aims to be a source document for the conservation status of species and ecosystems in this region. Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in Northern Mexico by Jean-Luc E. Cartron,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). Chapter: Impact of concrete power poles on raptors and ravens in northwestern Chihuahua, book describes the biodiversity and biogeography of northern Mexico.

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Mexico is one of the most megadiverse countries of the gh the Mexican territory represents only 1% of the earth's surface, it hosts more than 10% of the world's biological diversity (CONABIO, ).Thanks to its geographic location and formation, Mexico presents a great diversity of ecosystems, such as: temperate.

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It has been identified as. BIODIVERSITY, ECOSYSTEMS, AND CONSERVATION IN NORTHERN MEXICO. J.-L. CARTRON, G. CEBALLOS, AND RICHARD S. FELGER, EDS. OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS: NEW YORK TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE Jorge Soberón Mainero INTRODUCTION Jean-Luc E.

Cartron, Gerardo Ceballos, and Richard S. Felger PART I: INTRODUCTION Chapter 1 Northern Biodiversity landscape. Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in Northern Mexico Jean-Luc E. Cartron, Gerardo Ceballos, Richard Stephen Felger Limited preview - All Book Search results ». Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in Northern Mexico Article in Economic Botany 60(2) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Bussmann, Harold L. Lyon Arboretum. Biodiversity of a Threatened Ecosystem in Mexico. Author: Robert Hall Robichaux,David Yetman; Publisher: University of Arizona Press ISBN: Category: Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Only a day's drive south of the U.S.-Mexico border, a tropical deciduous forest opens up a world of exotic trees and birds that most people associate with tropical forests of more.

Most marine conservation has focused on protecting some charismatic species or on managing species of fishing and economic importance. However, the enormous biodiversity of sharks in the MP described in this chapter indicates the need for studies directed towards other species and their relationships with the : Luz Erandi Saldaña-Ruiz, Emiliano García-Rodríguez, Juan Carlos Pérez-Jiménez, Javier Tovar-Ávila, E.

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There are more than countries in the World. Out of these 17 alone harbor in between 60 and 70% of the total biodiversity of the planet and also posses a very high number of endemic species. Such countries earn the privilege to be called is one of them.

You can find Mexico, together with Brazil, Colombia and Indonesia, on the very top of the list taking up the first place. Book chapter: Publication Subtype: Book Chapter: Title: The ecological importance of mangroves in Baja California Sur: conservation implications for an endangered ecosystem: Year Published: Language: English: Publisher: Oxford University Press: Publisher location: Oxford, UK: Contributing office(s) St.

Petersburg Coastal and Marine Cited by: Mexico, and the United States recognized the interrelationship of their environments and committed to increasing cooperation among themselves to better conserve, protect and enhance the environment, including wild flora and fauna (Preamble and Article 1(c)).

Biodiversity and ecosystem conservation has been one of the main areas of focus of the. Chapter 11 Biodiversity and Conservation Biology A migratory bat species pollinates agave plants in northern Mexico on its way to the southwestern United States where it spends the summer eating insects and reproducing.

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which directly and indirectly places stress on all natural ecosystems. Loss of biodiversity is of particular concern. This book examines this crucial issue. Chapters discuss biodiversity concepts, benefits, and values for economic and sustainable development; explores applications and strategies for biodiversity preservation; and considers the role of biodiversity conservation in public awareness services and cultural significance.

To achieve the goal of sustaining healthy, diverse, and resilient coastal and marine habitats and living marine resources in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, resource managers need a way to take the pulse of this vast ecosystem, to evaluate its health and its ability to provide needed ecosystem services.

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Mexico is also considered the 2nd country in the world in ecosystems and 4th in overall species. Approximately 2, species are protected by Mexican legislations and the Mexican government created the National System of Information about Biodiversity, in order to study and promote the sustainable use of ecosystems.

Macrofaunal biodiversity in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez). Biodiversity, ecosystems, and conservation in northern Mexico. (Cartron JE, Ceballos G, Felger R, Eds.), New York: Oxford University Press Colorado River flow and biological productivity in the Northern Gulf of California, Mexico.

It is with great pleasure that we announce the launch of our Biodiversity Conservation Collection showcases research on a broad range of conservation science related topics, including anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity, such as habitat degradation, the spread of invasive species and global warming; conservation of key ecosystem services, such as carbon sequestration.

the amount and quality of groundwater affect groundwater-dependent biodiversity. Successful conservation of any element of biodiversity (i.e. ecosystems, community, or species) requires completion of six steps (Margules and Pressey, ; Groves, ; Kernohan and Haufler, ): 1.

Identification and mapping of the biodiversity 2. Tropical Conservation Perspectives on Local and Global Priorities Edited by A. Alonso Aguirre and Raman Sukumar. Sheds light on the tropics and subtropics, where high biodiversity has enormous implications for research priorities, capacity building, and policy in order to address the challenges of conserving these regions.

The plan established a network of conservation reserves and an ecosystem management strategy on ~10 million hectares from northern California to Washington State, USA, within the range of the federally threatened northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina).

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The collection’s fresh and explicitly interdisciplinary approach provides a unique insight into the development of the subject from a.