By: DR Given
352 pages, B/w photos, illus
The first exhaustive and systematic treatment of conservation principles and practices for rare, threatened, or disappearing plant species. Individual chapters, drawing on examples from around the world, discuss the reasons for conserving plant diversity, how plants become threatened or extinct, plant population management, on- and off-site conservation, conservation legislation, the role of environmental education and awareness, and the economics of plant conservation. A comprehensive and valuable volume.
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