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Atlante dei Mammiferi della Svizzera e del Liechtenstein [Atlas of Mammals of Switzerland and Liechtenstein]

Distribution Atlas New
By: Società Svizzera di Biologia della Fauna (SSBF)(Editor), Roland Graf(Editor), Claude Fischer(Editor), Bärbel Koch(Translated by), Chiara Solari(Translated by)
480 pages, ~450 colour & b/w photos, colour illustrations, 120 colour distribution maps, tables
Atlante dei Mammiferi della Svizzera e del Liechtenstein [Atlas of Mammals of Switzerland and Liechtenstein]
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  • Atlante dei Mammiferi della Svizzera e del Liechtenstein [Atlas of Mammals of Switzerland and Liechtenstein] ISBN: 9783258081809 Hardback Mar 2021 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Language: Italian

This distribution atlas is available is simultaneously published in three different languages: German, French, and Italian.

A total of 99 wild mammal species are currently found in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The Atlante dei Mammiferi della Svizzera e del Liechtenstein portrays them in accordance with the latest scientific knowledge. The species portraits include generally understandable texts on biology, distribution, the demands on the habitat, as well as protection and management status, distribution maps, numerous photos and diagrams. Cross-species aspects are explained in 15 focus chapters and include topics such as the reintroduction of extinct species or the handling of large carnivores. In addition to recognized experts, numerous laypeople have also contributed to the atlas in the context of citizen science projects.

Summary in Italian:
In Svizzera e nel Liechtenstein è attualmente dimostrata la presenza di 99 specie di mammiferi selvatici. Nell'Atlante dei Mammiferi della Svizzera e Liechtenstein sono descritte in maniera scientifica e in un linguaggio generalmente comprensibile. I ritratti delle specie comprendono testi sulla biologia, la distribuzione, le esigenze di habitat, nonché la loro conservazione e gestione. Carte di distribuzione, numerose fotografie attraenti e diagrammi informativi illustrano queste tematiche. Gli aspetti trasversali che riguardano diverse specie vengono approfonditi in dettaglio in 15 capitoli focus e comprendono, tra l'altro, la reintroduzione di specie estinte, la gestione dei grandi predatori, il monitoraggio della fauna selvatica e gli approcci per la conservazione delle specie. Oltre alle esperte e agli esperti in questo campo, nell'ambito di progetti Citizen science hanno contribuito all'Atlante dei Mammiferi della Svizzera e Liechtenstein anche molti inesperti, al fine di colmare le precedenti lacune di conoscenza nella distribuzione delle specie.

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Distribution Atlas New
By: Società Svizzera di Biologia della Fauna (SSBF)(Editor), Roland Graf(Editor), Claude Fischer(Editor), Bärbel Koch(Translated by), Chiara Solari(Translated by)
480 pages, ~450 colour & b/w photos, colour illustrations, 120 colour distribution maps, tables
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