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Description - Freshwater Ecoregions of Africa and Madagascar by Michele L. Thieme

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 the first in-depth analysis of the state of freshwater biodiversity across Africa, Madagascar, and the islands of the region.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781559633659
ISBN-10: 1559633654
Format: Hardback
(280mm x 216mm x mm)
Pages: 483
Imprint: Island Press
Publisher: Island Press
Publish Date: 31-Mar-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Michele L. Thieme

Michele Thieme joined the World Wildlife Fund's Conservation Science Program in 1999 and works to conserve freshwater life in WWF s priority river and lake basins. Her current research centers on the role of protected areas in conserving freshwater ecosystems, and improving conservation planning in freshwater environments. She leads the Spatial Tools and Analysis Team and is an active member of the Impact Evaluation team. Robin Abell is a senior freshwater conservation biologist at WWF. She specializes in broad-scale conservation planning to protect freshwater biodiversity. Dr. Melanie L.J. Stiassny is Axelrod Research Curator at the Department of Ichthyology, American Museum of Natural History. Paul Skelton is Managing Director Emeritus of the South African Instituefor Aquatic Biodiversity."