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A Rapid Biological Assessment of Three Classified Forests in Southeastern Guinea / Une Evaluation Biologique Rapide de Trois Foret Classees du Sud-est de la Guinee

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Edited By: HE Wright, J McCullough, L Alonso and MS Diallo
248 pages, colour photos, tables, diagrams
A Rapid Biological Assessment of Three Classified Forests in Southeastern Guinea / Une Evaluation Biologique Rapide de Trois Foret Classees du Sud-est de la Guinee
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  • A Rapid Biological Assessment of Three Classified Forests in Southeastern Guinea / Une Evaluation Biologique Rapide de Trois Foret Classees du Sud-est de la Guinee ISBN: 9781881173489 Paperback Mar 2007 Out of Print #165426
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Language: Contributions in English or French

This report presents the biological results and conservation recommendations of a 2003 expedition into the forests of southeast Guinea, whose plant and animal species have been little known. Researchers, led by a team from the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, found 540 species of plants and over 400 animal species, with particular diversity among birds.

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Heather E. Wright is manager of the Rapid Assessment Program at Conservation International's Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, and Jennifer McCullough was manager of the program from 2002 to 2005. Leeanne E. Alonso is vice president of the Rapid Assessment Program. Mamadou Saliou Diallo is program coordinator for Guinee Ecologie.

Report Out of Print
Edited By: HE Wright, J McCullough, L Alonso and MS Diallo
248 pages, colour photos, tables, diagrams
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