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Freshwater Ecoregions of Africa and Madagascar: A Conservation Assessment
by Michele L. Thieme, Melanie L. J. S. Stiassny, Paul Skelton, Robin Abell, Neil Burgess, Neil World Wildlife Fund, Bernhard Lehner, Eric Dinerstein, David Olson, Guy Teugels and Andre Kamdem-Toham
Island Press, 2005
eISBN: 978-1-59726-791-5 | Cloth: 978-1-55963-365-9
Library of Congress Classification QH77.A35F74 2005
Dewey Decimal Classification 333.952816096

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
As part of a global effort to identify those areas where conservation measures are needed most urgently, World Wildlife Fund has assembled teams of scientists to conduct ecological assessments of all seven continents. Freshwater Ecoregions of Africa and Madagascar is the latest contribution, presenting in a single volume the first in-depth analysis of the state of freshwater biodiversity across Africa, Madagascar, and the islands of the region. Looking at biodiversity and threats in terms of biological units rather than political units, the book offers a comprehensive examination of the entire range of aquatic systems.
In addition to its six main chapters, the book includes nineteen essays by regional experts that provide more depth on key issues, as well as six detailed appendixes that present summary data used in the analyses, specific analytical methodologies, and a thorough text description for each of Africa's ninety-three freshwater ecoregions.
Freshwater Ecoregions of Africa and Madagascar provides a blueprint for conservation action and represents an unparalleled guide for investments and activities of conservation agencies and donor organizations.
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