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A Rapid Assessment of the Biodiversity and Socio-ecosystem Aspects of the Ramal De Calderas, Venezuelan Andes

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Edited By: Anabel B Rial, J Celsa Senaris, Carlos A Lasso and Ana Liz Flores
183 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations, colour maps, tables
A Rapid Assessment of the Biodiversity and Socio-ecosystem Aspects of the Ramal De Calderas, Venezuelan Andes
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  • A Rapid Assessment of the Biodiversity and Socio-ecosystem Aspects of the Ramal De Calderas, Venezuelan Andes ISBN: 9781934151372 Paperback Oct 2011 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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In 2008 a rapid biodiversity survey was carried out in Ramal de Calderas in the Venezuelan Andes to inventory species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, and aquatic invertebrates associated with the different ecosystems of the area. The survey revealed a high diversity of species and habitats and recorded the first survey data for several taxonomic groups, including fishes and macroinvertebrates.

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Anabel Rial is a botanical and conservation consultant and a former science coordinator for Conservation International Venezuela.

J. Celsa Senaris is director of the Museo de Historia Natural La Salle in Caracas.

Carlos A. Lasso is currently the coordinator of biological conservation and use of biodiversity at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute in Colombia.

Ana Liz Flores is a natural resource management consultant and the former director of Conservation International Venezuela.
Report
Edited By: Anabel B Rial, J Celsa Senaris, Carlos A Lasso and Ana Liz Flores
183 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations, colour maps, tables
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