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Gap Analysis of Protected Areas Coverage in the ASEAN Countries

Report Out of Print
By: BirdLife International and IUCN-WCPA South-East Asia
42 pages, Maps, figs, tabs
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  • Gap Analysis of Protected Areas Coverage in the ASEAN Countries ISBN: 9780946888603 Paperback Jul 2007 Out of Print #183139
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This report, a Gap analysis of protected area coverage in the ASEAN countries, encompasses the protected area networks of ten ASEAN Member Countries. Determining and addressing gaps in the protected area systems of the ASEAN is particularly important in the light of the immense biodiversity found in the region and the pressures that threaten its existence.

It is hoped that this preliminary gap analysis will initiate changes in the systems, and allow protected areas in the region to evolve into fully functioning and effective ecological sanctuaries. Revisions on current systems based on regular gap analyses and constant monitoring are sure to benefit species, nature and people, and will certainly play a significant role in actions to reduce biodiversity loss by 2010.

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Report Out of Print
By: BirdLife International and IUCN-WCPA South-East Asia
42 pages, Maps, figs, tabs
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