By: Ronald G Petocz and George P Raspado
218 pages, Illus, maps & 3 fold-out maps [Rasparo,GP]
Summary of the progress made in the region since the Indonesian government and the IUCN and WWF began to integrate conservation of biodiversity into the overall development plans in 1980.
'"E.J. Brill's decision to publish the revised report is [...] most welcome. It adds considerably to the sparse literature on Irian Jaya.'
"International Affairs, 1990.
'"This is an important book for those concerned with conservation in Indonesia...'
Frank Lambert, "Journal of Tropical Ecology
'"It is an important book, and one can only hope that the conservation scheme that it puts forward achieves its aims.'
Helen Fortune Hopkins, "Science in New Guinea, 1992.
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On behalf of Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi I would like to thank NHBS. The book will be very useful for my students.
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