INFOWETLAND - 4.2 / Ago 2009
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Subject: INFOWETLAND - 4.2 / Ago 2009
An information service from the Ramsar Regional Center for Training and Research on Wetlands in the Western Hemisphere (CREHO) directed to organizations, networks and the general public interested in wetlands.
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Special Issue: “Invasive Species in Wetlands”
Regional Conservation Areas In Peru as an Strategy for Biodiversity Conservation in Wetlands. Collaboration by: R. Jiménez (Fundación Peruana para la Conservación de la Naturaleza-ProNaturaleza) y B. Alcántara (Gobierno Regional de Lima)
Mangroves, Cradle of Biodiversity in the Tropical Shores. Collaboration by: L. D’Croz (Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute)
During the first half of 2009, CREHO had the support of two students who, under its supervision and support, carried out research on wetlands.
ToolBox, the On-line Library about the Integrated Water Resource Management
Its purpose is to share knowledge about the Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM).
Promoting the Conservation of the Colombian Moors
The interrelations between new and traditional problems that greatly impinge upon the moors health and the work of key players.
Publications Available for Download on the web
Events and Courses
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INFOWETLAND 4.3 November 2009
For the next special issue we invite you to send us specialized information regarding the processes, techniques, experiences and outcomes around the causes and consequences of invasive species in wetlands.
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