Written by scientists from the Royal Geographical Society, the Natural History Museum, Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew and Edinburgh, and others, this manual is intended to help those who wish to develop national strategies to conserve and sustainably use biodiversity in their own countries. It shows the resources available in the UK in terms of preserved specimen collections, living gene banks, bibliographical and archival resources, technical knowledge and the transfer of technology and know-how. It is intended to be a guide to good practice for those wishing to collaborate in concerted action to implement the Biodiversity Convention.
Publisher: Department of the Environment / Department of Transport
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