Ppt on endangered species of flora and fauna

©2011 Rainforest Alliance CCB STANDARDS: biodiversity Climate, Community and Biodiversity Alliance In-depth training.

: 1.1. Critically Endangered (CR) and Endangered (EN) species - presence of at least a single individual; or 1.2. Vulnerable species (VU) - presence of at least 30 individuals or 10 pairs. GL3.1 VULNERABILITY Auditing 6. Gold Status The PDD must demonstrate the presence of IUCN Redlist species through sampling surveys, reference to peer-reviewed literature or expert opinions (for elusive species) 80 Common Pitfalls Only fauna or flora species are taken into/


THE BIRDS AND THE BATS: USING ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT TO FIND THE BALANCE OF PUBLIC INTEREST IN WIND FARM DEVELOPMENT.

impacts on flora and fauna. Provide details of adaptive management protocols and monitoring. 1 June 2009 BocoProvide details of how flora and fauna impacts would be managed. Provide details of adaptive management protocols and monitoring. 29 May 2009 SapphireProvide details of how flora and fauna impacts would be managed. Provide details of adaptive management protocols and monitoring. 13 February 2008 SilvertonProvide details of the impact of the proposal on critical habitats, threatened species, the/


Flora and fauna in INDIA Made by sana junaid. FlORA.

Flora and fauna in INDIA Made by sana junaid FlORA FAUNA  Some of the estimations have told that 10 percent of recorded wild flora and 20 percent of its mammal life are threatened.  Many of them have been now at the verge of extinction.  FACT :-  79 species of mammals,44 of birds 15 of reptiles and 3 of amphibians are threatened  While,1500 plants are considered endangered. Animals at the verge of extinction……. Some plants which are at the verge of extinction/


International trade of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, current problems and the positive experience of Russia МИНИСТЕРСТВО ПРИРОДНЫХ РЕСУРСОВ.

/index.php Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), adopted March 3, 1973 The Soviet Union joined CITES in 1976 Russia is the legal successor of the Soviet Union and currently serves the CIS countries, that are not defined in regard to the Convention Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Structure of the interaction between authorities and organizations under the Convention of CITES in the Russian Federation Rosprirodnadzor/


SECRETARIA DE ESTADO DE MEDIO AMBIENTE Y RECURSOS NATURALES Subsecretaría de Áreas Protegidas y Biodiversidad “Marine Protected Areas of the Dominican.

, etc. Marine Protected Áreas Jaragua National Park  Big representation of the dry forest, wetland, mangroves, cultural and historical resources, islands, unique, endemic and endangered species.  Is part of the Biosphere Reserve Jaragua- Bahoruco-Enriquillo declared by the UN in 2002 Jaragua National Park National Park of the East  Protection cultural, historical and marine resources, mangroves, caves, flora and fauna unique and particular, spare areas, ecotourism. GUMBO LIMBO IRONWOOD SEAGRAPE MANGROVES/


Introduction The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka (known as Ceylon before 1972) is a tropical island nation off the southeast coast of the Indian.

finest in the world. Its treasures of tropical flora include fine collections of orchids, aromatic spices, medicinal herbs, palms and rare endangered plant species. These gardens were the naturally camouflaged operations headquarters of SEAC Supreme Allied Commander, Lord / Central Province. Home to a huge variety of flora and fauna (23 species of mammal - including elephants and bears, 143 birds, 8 amphibians, 17 fresh water fishes, 17 reptiles, 50 butterflies and 150 plants), this park is truly a paradise/


INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES: A THREAT TO THE BIODIVERSITY AND ENVIRONMENT

) Ability to outcompete native species for space, water, food, and other essential resources Adapt to a variety of conditions No natural predators, parasites, etc High cost of removal and control Are difficult to control or eliminate once established Impacts of invasive species Direct costs in lives (diseases), crop losses reduced ecosystem function/services biodiversity loss Compete with & replace rare and endangered species Encroach upon limited habitat of rare and endangered species  Reduce or eliminate/


EU Environmental approximation in the WB and Turkey- ETNAR Conference Natural resources policy analysis in Serbia Nataša Đereg CEKOR Palic, September 24.

("Official Gazette - International Treaties", no. 102/2007) which sets the aims to conserve wild flora and fauna and their natural habitats, and particular emphasis is given to endangered and vulnerable species, including endangered and vulnerable migratory species. Law on Environmental Protection, also mentioned the preservation of the biosphere and biodiversity protection. Serbia has ratified of the Cartagena Protocol of Biosafety at the Convention on Biological Diversity, with annexes ("Off. Gazette/


UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Forestry and Wildlife COURSE CODE:AGY206.

areas set aside for the propagation, protection, conservation and management of flora and fauna with fauna species been of main interest.  A colonial officer, Col. A.H. Haywood surveyed the wildlife resources of West Africa in 1932 and recommended the creation of game reserves in the Savanna areas of Northern Nigeria. In January 1957 a colonial forestry officer Mr. N. Coulthard, and AlhajiJibrinJia (MON) demarcated and established the first Game Reserve in Nigeria in/


T HE CONSERVATION PLAN T HE P EOPLE ’ S D EMOCRATIC R EPUBLIC OF A LGERIA M OUHAMED B ENTEFTIFA HIGH SCHOOL M EMBERS OF THE GROUP : T OUAIBIA I MEN M.

km², the climate ranges from a cool subhumid climate to a dry semi-arid climate, it contains 447 species of flora (14% of the national total) and 309 species of fauna, of which 59 are protected species. Chréa National Park The Chréa National Park is one of the smallest national parks of Algeria. It is located in Blida Province, named after Chréa, a town near this park. The park/


BIODIVERSITY Dr. Ashalata Devi Assistant Professor

. Overcoming management deficiencies in PAs. Promoting corridor values (conducive to movement of major mammals and long terms, long ranging gene-travel of all species of flora and fauna) through forests and multiple-use areas that lie between PAs in a given wilderness belt. Establishing a monitoring mechanism to access the viability of network of PAs. Differences between National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary National park is declared by the state government under section/


Outdoor and Environmental Studies UNIT 4 TAYLORS LAKES SECONDARY COLLEGE OUTCOME 2 REVISION 2014.

Minister for Environment, who can then add or remove a listing by regulation. ▪ Since the introduction of the act, more than 300 Victorian plant and animal species have been listed as endangered. Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act (Victoria) What happens after a plant or animal is listed? ▪ The Department of Sustainability and Environment prepares an action statement for each plant or animal as soon as possible after it is/


BIOMES OF THE WORLD.  BIOME -large geographical area of distinctive plant and animal groups which are adapted to that particular environment.  LIMITING-climate.

FACTOR  ECOTONE- area where two biomes come together- contains characteristics of both biomes  ECOTYPE-organisms (flora or fauna) found in the ecotone Information Necessary in Understanding Biomes  What the climate of the region is like  Where each biome is found  What the geography is like  Special adaptations of the vegetation  Types of animals  Physical and behavioral adaptations of the animals to their environment MAJOR BIOMES TERRESTRIALAQUATIC TundraFreshwater TundraFreshwater/


Himalaya Regions Covering about 7,41,706 km area. stretches in arc shape from northern Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan and the north-western and north-eastern.

home of the barking deer and the golden cat. Flora and fauna It is home to wide species of plants and animals and is located in the midst of the Garo Hills in Meghalaya. It is an ideal habitat for various species of animals like elephants, deer and so on. The park is famous for the golden cat and the barking deer. There are wide species of mammals, reptiles and birds in the forest. Wide species of baboons and monkeys/


AS/A2 Conservation and the role of the zoo Information and guidance for teachers Contents Lesson plan Plan a route Suggested activities to link with session.

information can be found on signage around enclosures. Over 56% of Chester Zoo’s collections are species that are threatened in the wild. Those most seriously threatened include several species that are Extinct in the Wild, those that are Critically Endangered and those that are classified as Endangered. Investigate specific habitats; the flora and fauna, the threats, the consequences of species decline. The South American rainforest can be investigated in Spirit/


Legal aspects of protection of biodiversity in chile

, Ruil, Queule, Pitao (native trees); Huemul deer, Chinchilla, etc. Law on protection of cetaceans (2008) – prohibits hunting and capture of cetaceans in Chilean territorial waters. SEIA (1997) – system of environmental impact assessment; 2005 – National Policy for the protection of endangered species, coordinated measures of recovery of endangered flora and fauna species; 2010 – law that establishes system of initiatives for sustainable soil treatment in agriculture, aims at restoring production potential/


1 Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora www.cites.org CITES: Wildlife trade regulations Patent Landscaping and.

Symposium, WIPO, 26 August 2009 2 What is CITES? 3 CITES is an MEA that combines wildlife and trade themes with a legally binding instrument for achieving conservation and sustainable use objectives 4 What is CITES? CITES is the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora It is also known as the Washington Convention, as it was concluded in Washington D.C. Scientifically/


CITES: an introduction. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora Washington, D.C., on 3 March 1973.

on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora Washington, D.C., on 3 March 1973 CITES objectives Ensure that wild fauna and flora in international trade are not exploited unsustainably Legality, sustainability, traceability S. Heindrichs / PEW, Shark fins, China CITES is a multilateral agreement Operates through an intergovernmental process, which combines wildlife and trade themes within a legally binding instrument, achieving conservation and sustainable use objectives …by/


Module 3: Biodiversity and Evolution Biodiversity and evolution Evolution has generated a very wide variety of organisms. The fact that all organisms.

s noah’s ark Learning Outcomes Discuss the importance of international cooperation in species conservation with reference to the Convention in International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and the Rio Convention on Biodiversity. International Co-operation The loss of habitat and the number of endangered species is a worldwide problem –Needs a worldwide solution The convention of international trade in endangered species of wild flora and fauna Consists of three Appendices protecting around 25,000-30,000/


In support of the Strategic Environmental Plan for Palawan (Republic Act 7611) Research Agenda for Palawan.

and mapping of ecologically important aeras and their uses. 4.7Biology and ecology of threatened and endemic species 4. Biodiversity (Coverage: Flora and fauna, habitat, inland waters and lakes, protected areas, wetland ecosystem, alien and invasive species, access-benefit sharing)  4.8Survey of wild food preferences and nesting of endangered and endemic fauna species. 4.9Survey of the variety and distribution of ecosystem including distribution of rare, endangered and endemic species and the extent of/


Biodiversity and its conservation Biodiversity Bio = life Diversity = Variety The term biodiversity was first coined by Walter G. Rosen in 1986. Biodiversity.

phenomenon known as habitat fragmentation also threaten the wild life. 2) Poaching: Illegal trade of wildlife products such as furs, hides, horns, tusks etc by killing prohibited endangered animals also results into loss of biodiversity. Despite International ban on trade in production from endangered species Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which came into force in July 1975 illegal poaching is going on rampant/


BIODIVERSITY Endangered Species Policy Reform. Introduction Canada is one of the largest countries in the world, and is one of the few places left in.

they are neither comprehensive nor consistent. Most provincial governments have specific endangered species laws; however they are neither comprehensive nor consistent. Ontario’s Endangered Species Act, for example, contains a number of flaws and loopholes typical of provincial species legislation, such as: the listing process is slow, bureaucratic, and highly discretionary, which has resulted in only a small number of flora and fauna being designated at “threatened with extinction”…recovery plans are not/


Prepared by: Michael S. Rolland, JD, LLM, Adjunct Professor, Department of Legal Studies, Kaplan University A Term, January 20, 2011.

supplement the Antarctic Treaty to this end; Have agreed as follows: Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna, (CITES); How CITES Works CITES works by subjecting international trade in specimens of selected species to certain controls. All import, export, re-export and introduction from the sea of species covered by the Convention has to be authorized through a licensing system. Each Party to the Convention/


DEFINING THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE MEKONG RIVER BASIN.

to forest loss (MRC, 1997) Terrestrial Flora Introduction to Environmental Science in the Mekong River Basin21  MRB supports numerous populations and high species diversity of terrestrial fauna  MRC survey indicated that at least 212 species of mammals, 696 species of bird and 213 species of reptiles and amphibians are present; new species are being discovered every year  Development activities and unsustainable hunting represent a serious threat to populations and biodiversity in the MRB (MRC, 1997/


swim in an ancient solution pit Anhinga – the snake bird Everglades Flora and Fauna sawgrass prairie gallinule egret cypress stand Egret in Cypress.

Flora and Fauna sawgrass prairie gallinule egret cypress stand Egret in Cypress Swamp Over the next 6 weeks, you will read The Missing ‘Gator of Gumbo Limbo, poems, and non-fiction articles about the Everglades. Geological History of the Everglades History of the Seminole Indians in the Everglades Everglades Ecosystem – Flora, Fauna Everglades’ Keystone Species Homelessness – its causes, solutions Dangers to the Everglades: Pollution, Invasive Species, Habitat Destruction, Endangered Species Restoration of/


1 National Law regarding the illegal wildlife trade and the challenges to implement the law Presented by H.E. Mya Thein Judge Supreme Court of the Union.

(1994) mandates protection of wild flora and fauna and their habitats and representative ecosystems. The objectives of this law are as follows; to implement the Government policy for wildlife protection to implement the Government policy for natural areas conservation; to carry out in accordance with the International Conventions acceded by the State in respect of the protection and conservation of wildlife, ecosystems and migratory birds; to protect endangered species of wildlife and their natural habitats/


Biodiversity and Conservation

Costs International Cooperation Lesson 7.3 Protecting Biodiversity International Cooperation Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992): International treaty to conserve biodiversity and ensure its responsible use and distribution Ivory products, made from elephant tusks Single-Species Approaches to Conservation Lesson 7.3 Protecting Biodiversity Single/


13.09.2015 foootnote 1 Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine, State Agency for Fishery www.CITES.org CITES Enforcement in Ukraine © Copyright.

of Specimens of Wild Fauna and Flora, Certificates for Re-export and Introduction from the Sea of the Specified Specimens which are Subject of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora” Permits/Certificate procedure In 2012 the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine which is a designated CITES Management Authority of Ukraine has issued Order No. 107 of 29 February 2012 "On adoption of forms for export and import of specimens of wild fauna and flora/


7 Biodiversity and Conservation CHAPTER. Lesson 7.1 Our Planet of Life There are more known species of insects than any other form of life. Among known.

Cooperation Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992): International treaty to conserve biodiversity and ensure its responsible use and distribution Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992/


5 th February 2009 Malgosia Fitzmaurice: Indigenous Peoples and Natural Resources in the Arctic. LAW, DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT, lecture series SOAS.

. Abstained: Russian Federation. Relevant Regional Cooperation The European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (especially relevant case-law of the European Court of Human Rights). General Environmental Treaties which have bearing on Arctic natural resources and indigenous peoples: the 1946 Convention on Regulation of Whaling; 1973 Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora; and 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity. Regional Arctic Cooperation: The/


7 Biodiversity and Conservation CHAPTER. Lesson 7.1 Our Planet of Life There are more known species of insects than any other form of life. Among known.

Cooperation Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992): International treaty to conserve biodiversity and ensure its responsible use and distribution Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992/


1 CITES and Food for Forests CITES Secretariat. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Ensure that wild.

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Ensure that wild fauna and flora in international trade are not exploited through trade by requiring such trade to be legal, sustainable and traceable 180 member countries Rio+20, para.203: CITES’s important role “…international agreement that stands at the intersection between trade, the environment and development, promotes the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, should contribute to tangible/


1.  Definition: Environment is derived from the French word Environ which means to encircle or surround.Environment is sum total of all living and non.

.  India has a rich biological diversity of flora and fauna.  Overall six percent of the global species are found in India.  It is estimated that India ranks 10th among the plant rich countries of the world.  India ranks 11th in terms of number of endemic species of higher vertebrates.  India ranks 6th place among the centers of diversity and origin of agricultural crops.  The total number of living species identified in our country is 1,50/


Endemic Species of the Maltese Islands Compiled by: Celine Bonnici Maria Ellul Mariah Micallef Ylenia Mizzi Gail Sant.

by: Celine Bonnici Maria Ellul Mariah Micallef Ylenia Mizzi Gail Sant Main Menu Introduction Flora Fauna Acknowledgements Bibliography Introduction What is an endemic species? An endemic species is one that is only found in a particular location and nowhere else in the world. According to most recent publications (2003), the endemic species of the Maltese Islands amounted to about 85. However, continuous research (including DNA analysis), shows/


7 Biodiversity and Conservation CHAPTER. Saving the Siberian Tiger Siberian tigers are one of five remaining tiger subspecies. In the early 20th century,

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992): International treaty to conserve biodiversity and ensure its responsible use and distribution(not enforced by U.s Law) Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity/


EU LEGISLATION ON NATURE PROTECTION 2011- European Commission COOPERATION WITH NATIONAL JUDGES AND PROSECUTORS IN THE FIELD OF EU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW WORKSHOP.

To contribute towards ensuring bio-diversity through the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna. To maintain or restore, at favourable conservation status, natural habitats and species of wild fauna and flora of Community interest. 5 EU LEGISLATION ON NATURE PROTECTION 2011/ decisions on the application of Article 6(4) (c) If there is the need to guarantee water supply to cities, e.g. construction of a dam in Spain, even though habitats of highly endangered species (Iberian lynx; imperial/


THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT Draft Year: 1973 Amendment Years: 1982, 1985, 1988 National (in conjunction with International Treaties) Regulated by the ESA.

North Pacific Ocean; (F) the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora; and (G) other international agreements; and (a) FINDINGS.-The Congress finds and declares that- (1) various species of fish, wildlife, and plants in the United States have been rendered extinct as a consequence of economic growth and development untempered by adequate concern and conservation; (2) other species of fish, wildlife, and plants have been so depleted in numbers that they are/


Australian Flora and Fauna By Lily, Bella and Izzy.

Australian Flora and Fauna By Lily, Bella and Izzy The Deadly and Dangerous!  The Salt Water Crocodile  Eastern King Brown snake  Blue Ringed Octopus  The Funnel Web Spider Endangered animals! Tasmanian Devil Green and Golden Bell Frog The tree kangaroo The greater Bilby Quokka Iconic Australian Animals! Kangaroo Koala Echidna Platypus Wombat Flora of Australia Sturts desert pea Wattle Royal bluebell Bottle brush Trees unique to Australia Eucalyptus The Antarctic/


Endangered species ONLY WHEN THE LAST TIGER HAS BEEN KILLED ONLY WHEN THE LAST TREE HAS BEEN CUT DOWN ONLY WHEN THE LAST SPECIES HAS BEEN EXTINCT ONLY.

& non governmental agencies should come forward to save goldenseal. one such example is CITES.- (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora), an international agreement between governments. Deforestation should be banned to provide proper habitat to the species. Strict enforcement of laws and punishment to guilty. Practices like slash & burn should be banned. LETS STUDY THE NEXT ANIMAL ON OUR LIST: With fewer than/


MAP sector of SEE: A general overview by SWOT analysis Prof. dr Zora Dajić Stevanović University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture

framework International legislation I n situ conservation CBD (Convention on Biological Diversity, 1992) Bern Convention (Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural habitats, 1979) CITES convention (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, 1973) EC Habitats, Fauna and Flora Directive (1997) Millennium declaration UN and Plan of Agenda 21 Implementation (UN Developmental Program, 2000) International legislation Ex situ conservation GPA (Global Plan/


Biodiversity II ES 118 Spring 2008. Value of biodiversity Benefits Benefits –Goods (e.g., forests and fisheries) –Services (e.g., recreation or ecosystem.

Vault, Norway, opened yesterday Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Norway, opened yesterday –Goal: to protect the genetic diversity of the world’s main food crops International agreements 1973: Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) 1973: Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) –Attempts to regulate international trade in species that may be imperiled by trade 1992 “Earth Summit” (UN Conference on Environment/


Biodiversity and Conservation

to maintain official list of endangered and threatened species, and to develop recovery plan for each listed species Did You Know? In part because of the Endangered Species Act, 40% of populations that were once declining in the U.S. are now stable. International Cooperation Lesson 7.3 Protecting Biodiversity International Cooperation Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on/


Georgia and the American Experience Chapter 2: This Place We Call Home Study Presentation © 2005 Clairmont Press.

State bird: Brown thrasher; other birds include quail, doves, hummingbirds, and woodpeckers Georgia’s Reptiles and Amphibians Snakes include Copperheads, cottonmouths (water moccasins), and rattlesnakesCopperheadscottonmouthsrattlesnakes American alligators live in the Coastal Plain region Endangered loggerhead sea turtles live along the barrier islands 24 types of frogs, four species of toads, and 36 kinds of salamanders Georgia’s Fish and Sea Life Trout fishing is popular in north Georgia Large-mouth/


7 Biodiversity and Conservation CHAPTER. Saving the Siberian Tiger Siberian tigers are one of five remaining tiger subspecies. In the early 20th century,

Cooperation Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992): International treaty to conserve biodiversity and ensure its responsible use and distribution Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992/


CHAPTER - 7 CONSERVATION OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS. 1) Deforestation :- The clearing of forests and using the land for other purposes is called deforestation.

called Satpura and two wildlife sanctuaries called Bori and Pachmarhi. 5) Flora and fauna :- i) Flora :- are the plants found in a particular area. ii) Fauna :- are the animals found in a particular area. Eg:- The flora of Pachmarhi consists of sal, teak, wild mango, jamun, silver ferns etc. The fauna of Pachmarhi consists of wild dog, cheetal, wolf, leopard, blue bull, barking deer etc. 6) Endemic Species :- Endemic species :- are those species of plants and animals found/


Mangroves. What caused this? Picture of Thai coast after Tsunami Mangrove Protection Would Have Lessened Tsunami’s Impact Many of the affected countries.

Flora and Fauna important but perhaps more so is their role as nursery for fish, shrimp larvae A teaspoon of mangrove mud holds 10 million bacteria Indication of high productivity Mangrove service provision- High level of fish, algae and invertebrate production High production of timber and fuel wood, charcoal, fibre and dyes also construction materials Medium levels of climate regulation- of carbon and greenhouse gas emissions High level of resistance to species invasions High level of/


7 Biodiversity and Conservation CHAPTER. Lesson 7.3 Protecting Biodiversity Just 2.3% of the planet’s land surface is home to 50% of the world’s plant.

Cooperation Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992): International treaty to conserve biodiversity and ensure its responsible use and distribution Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, 1975): Bans international trade in body parts of endangered species. Convention on Biological Diversity (1992/


INDIA AS A MEGA DIVERSITY NATION ( Biodiversity at National level) India is one of the 12 mega-diversity countries in the world. It host about 7% of global.

phenomenon known as habitat fragmentation also threaten the wild life. 2) Poaching: Illegal trade of wildlife products such as furs, hides, horns, tusks etc by killing prohibited endangered animals also results into loss of biodiversity. Despite International ban on trade in production from endangered species Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which came into force in July 1975 illegal poaching is going on rampant/


TIPNIS and Climate Change Teresa Flores, December 1, 2011 The importance of the Indigenous March for TIPNIS.

. Fauna The fauna is very diverse. 73 species of mammals have been found among its identified species, such as the Andean bear, 6 feline species including the jaguar, the pejichi (giant armadillo), the londra (a type of otter), the swamp deer, and 10 monkey species. It is estimated that the park contains more than 600 bird species. It is estimated that the park contains more than 600 bird species. Among its endangered/


BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION YAHNER CHAP 08 BIODIVERSITY  spots

ANNUAL LOSS OF FLORA AND FAUNA IS 20,000 TO 50,000 SPECIES / YEAR ANNUAL LOSS OF FLORA AND FAUNA IS 20,000 TO 50,000 SPECIES / YEAR THAT IS 55 - 150 SPECIES / DAY THAT IS 55 - 150 SPECIES / DAY BIODIVERSITY  MAINTENTANCE OF BIODIVERSITY IS A CONCERN A SPECIES MAY REQUIRE/ SUCKER $700 MILLION FOR 40% SPP LISTED$700 MILLION FOR 40% SPP LISTED BIODIVERSITY  BIODIVERSITY AND ENDANGERED SPECIES LEGISLATION ESA AMENDED 1988 ESA AMENDED 1988 FUTURE REQUIREMENTS FOR ESA MAY BEFUTURE REQUIREMENTS FOR ESA MAY BE/


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