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Treasures of Belarusian Nature Areas of International Significance for Conservation of Biological Diversity

By: AV Kozulin(Author)
160 pages, colour photos, colour maps, tables
Publisher: Birdlife Belarus
Treasures of Belarusian Nature
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Language: Bilingual in English and Belarusian

This outstanding publication is the outcome of the efforts of several governmental and non-governmental organizations in Belarus to identify and describe areas having international value for the conservation of globally important biodiversity. Treasures of Belarusian Nature contains descriptions of the unique corners of Belarusian nature, and provides insight into the problems each area faces. Taking into consideration the important international value of several Belarus-specific natural ecosystems, their conservation is important not only for Belarus, but for Europe as a whole.

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By: AV Kozulin(Author)
160 pages, colour photos, colour maps, tables
Publisher: Birdlife Belarus
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