By: Corine Vriesendorp (Editor), Nigel Pitman (Editor), José Ignacio (Editor), Rojas Moscoso (Editor), Brandy A Pawlak (Editor), Lelis Rivera Chávez (Editor), Luis Calixto Méndez (Editor), Manuel Vela Collantes (Editor), Pepe Fasabi Rimachi (Editor)
336 pages, 16 plates with colour photos and colour maps; tables
Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish with executive summary in Matses
In the fall of 2004, scientists from Chicago's Field Museum conducted a biological inventory in the forests of the Comunidad Nativa Matses, in the northeastern region of the Peruvian Amazon. This assessment, presented in English, Spanish, and Matses, collects their research on the plant and animal ecology of the Amazon, includes a brief history of the region and the indigenous Matses people, and concludes with recommendations for the region's long-term management.
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