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Assessment of Threatened Habitat Types in Finland: Part 1 & 2 [Finnish]

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By: A Raunio, A Schulman and T Kontula
834 pages, Col illus, figs, tabs
Assessment of Threatened Habitat Types in Finland: Part 1 & 2 [Finnish]
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  • Assessment of Threatened Habitat Types in Finland: Part 1 & 2 [Finnish] ISBN: 9789521130274 Paperback Dec 2008 Out of Print #179495
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Language: Finnish with bilingual summary in English and Swedish

This publication introduces the results of the first assessment of threatened habitat types in Finland, which was conducted between 2005 and 2007. The objective was to provide a complete description of the current state of the habitat types found in Finland, their development during recent decades, and the threats they are likely to face in the near future. The assessment was conducted by broad-based expert groups that consisted of over 80 specialists in ecology, hydrobiology, forest science, geology, geography, and other fields of expertise, from various research institutes, universities, and administrative bodies. The project was coordinated by the Finnish Environment Institute. The project studied all habitat types that are found in Finland.

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Out of Print
By: A Raunio, A Schulman and T Kontula
834 pages, Col illus, figs, tabs
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