Biodiversity and Conservation

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Subject: Biodiversity and Conservation
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 1998 16:49:54 -0500 (EST)

Biodiversity and Conservation

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Biodiversity and Conservation is a subscription-based electronic version
of the print journal of the same title published by Chapman & Hall.
Full-text is available to subscribers as PDF files.

Biodiversity and Conservation is an international journal devoted to the
publication of articles on all aspects of biological diversity, its
description, analysis and conservation, and its controlled rational use by
humankind. The scope of Biodiversity and Conservation is wide and
multidisciplinary, and embraces all life-forms. Research papers on
biodiversity and conservation and contributions which deal with the
practicalities of conservation management, economic, social and political
issues and with case studies are welcome. The journal provides a forum
for examining the conflict between sustainable development and human
dependence on biodiversity, in fields such as agriculture, environmental
management and biotechnology.

The Editors encourage contributions from developing countries in order to
realise proper global perspectives on matters of biodiversity and
conservation.

Recent Contents:

Effect of a highway on ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) species composition
and abundance, with a recommendation for roadside verge width: M. J.
SAMWAYS, R. OSBORN, F. CARLIEL, PP. 0903-0913

Assessment of the impact of the Lower Kihansi Hydropower Project on the
forests of Kihansi Gorge, Tanzania: JON C. LOVETT, JOHN HATTON, LEONARD B.
MWASUMBI, JOHN H. GERSTLE, PP. 0915-0934

Arthropod biodiversity loss and the transformation of a tropical
agro-ecosystem: IVETTE PERFECTO, JOHN VANDERMEER, PAUL HANSON, VICTOR
CARTI´N, PP. 0935-0945

The use of geographical information systems in biodiversity exploration
and conservation: PETER G. JONES, STEPHEN E.BEEBE, JOE TOHME, NICHOLAS W.
GALWEY, PP. 0947-0958

Application to the terrestrial vertebrates of Italy of a system proposed
by IUCN for a new classification of national Red List categories:
FRANCESCO PINCHERA, LUIGI BOITANI, FABIO CORSI, PP. 0959-0978

Impact of urbanization on a gall-inhabiting Lepidoptera assemblage: the
importance of reserves in urban areas: M. A. McGEOCH, S. L. CHOWN, PP.
0979-0993

Tree species diversity of tropical forest vegetation in Xishuangbanna, SW
China: MIN CAO, JIANHOU ZHANG, PP. 0995-1006

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