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Papua New Guinea Country Study on Biological Diversity


, : Papua New Guinea Country Study on Biological Diversity. Papua New Guinea Country Study on Biological Diversity: xl + 438 pp.; softback

The Papua New Guinea Biodiversity Country Study has been commissioned by the United Nations Environment Program, as part of a set of 22 such studies. This study examines the status of Papua New Guinea's biodiversity endowment, reports on the current threats to the preservation of biodiversity in situ, considers the benefits of conservation management, and identifies the unmet need for conservation.

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