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Academic & Professional Books  Habitats & Ecosystems  Tropical Forests

The Atlantic Forest History, Biodiversity, Threats and Opportunities of the Mega-Diverse Forest

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By: Marcia CM Marques(Editor), Carlos Eduardo Grelle(Editor)
588 pages, 44 colour & 22 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
The Atlantic Forest
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  • The Atlantic Forest ISBN: 9783030553210 Hardback Dec 2020 Available for pre-order : Due Dec 2020
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The Atlantic Forest is one of the 25 hotspots for biodiversity conservation worldwide. It is a unique, large biome (more than 3000 km in latitude; 2500 km in longitude), marked by high biodiversity, a high degree of endemic species and is, at the same time, extremely threatened. Approximately 70% of the Brazilian population lives in the area of this biome, which makes the conflict between biodiversity conservation and the sustainability of the human population a relevant issue. This book aims to cover: 1) the historical characterization and geographic variation of the biome; 2) the distribution of the diversity of some relevant taxa; 3) the main threats to biodiversity, and 4) possible opportunities to ensure the biodiversity conservation, and the economic and social sustainability. Also, it is hoped that this book can be useful for those involved in the development of public policies aimed at the conservation of this important global biome.

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Coming Soon
By: Marcia CM Marques(Editor), Carlos Eduardo Grelle(Editor)
588 pages, 44 colour & 22 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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