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Landscape-scale conservation in the Congo Basin
|Other titles||Lessons learned from the Central African Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE)|
|Statement||edited by David Yanggen, Kenneth Angu and Nicodème Tchamou ; [authors, Agnagna, Marcelin ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Central African Regional Program for the Environment, IUCN--The World Conservation Union|
|LC Classifications||QH77.C377 L36 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||2010554256|
Strategic Environmental Assessment Strategy Summary of the Preservation of Ecosystems of the Congo Basin Programme 3. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMME AREAS The Landscape scale2 adopted for preparing up and implementing the Congo Basin Programme is a vast forest domain, often crossing national borders, based on the concept of preserving core. try and conservation partners in identifying the High Conservation Value (Jennings et al. ) forest attributes that are necessary for great ape survival in production forests, at both the local and the landscape scale. For example, combining the timber operators’ detailed and spatially-.
In , the government asked White to make a survey of sites that might be conserved, based on their biodiversity. Soon thereafter, Fay began his highly publicized "Megatransect'' of the vast Congo Basin, dramatizing the area's natural heritage for the international conservation community and Gabon's elite. Book Chapter. The Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP): Priority Landscapes. Altstatt A, Colom A, de Marcken P & Maisels F () The Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP): Priority Landscapes. In: de Wasseige C, Devers D D, de Marcken P, Eba'a AR, Nasi R & Mayaux P (eds.) The Forests of the Congo Basin - State of the Forest Luxembourg.
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1 Landscape-Scale Conservation in the Congo Basin: Lessons Learned from the Central African File Size: 8MB. Landscape-Scale Conservation in the Congo Basin: Lessons Learned from the Central African Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE), Gland, Switzerland: IUCN xiv+ Book January with.
Congo Basin: State of the Forestpp– Figure 1: The development of 11 priority areas for the Congo Basin from the WWF-sponsored workshop in Gabon in (above). With the launch of the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP) in Johannes-burg inand support provided by the USAID Central African Regional Program for the Environ-File Size: 11MB.
This ambitious publication focuses on lessons learned from ten years of applied conservation approaches of the Central African Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE), which operates in nine countries spanning the entire Congo by: Landscape-scale conservation in the Congo Basin: lessons learned from the Central African Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE) Photo: IUCN This ambitious publication focuses on lessons learned from ten years of applied conservation approaches of the Central African Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE), which operates in nine.
Landscape-scale conservation is a holistic approach to landscape management, aiming to reconcile the competing objectives of nature conservation and economic activities across a given landscape.
Landscape-scale conservation may sometimes be attempted because of climate can be seen as an alternative to site based conservation. Many global problems. that by working at a landscape scale they can provide a package of interventions that will optimize both conservation and development outcomes .
This study sought to test this assumption in one of the Congo Basin’s iconic landscapes – the Tri-National de la Sangha (TNS). at the landscape scale in 13 landscapes located in 6 countries in the Congo Basin .
In book: Climate-Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice, Chapter: Landscape approaches in the Congo Basin: linking the Democratic Republic of Congo's Emission Reduction Program (ERP) and Author: Kalame Fobissie.
Biodiversity in sub-saharan Africa and its islands: conservation, management and sustainable use. IUCN. ISBN Yanggen, David; Angu, Kenneth; Tchamou, Nicodème ().
Landscape-scale conservation in the Congo Basin: lessons learned from the Central African Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE). IUCN. ISBN Coordinates: 3°30′0″S 28°55′0″E /. Producing hybrid forests in the Congo Basin: A political ecology of the landscape approach to conservation. The landscape approach to conservation—its activities and impacts—in Lobéké is produced through intimate and dynamic interactions among multiple human groups, animals, and plants.
operationalizing landscape-scale Cited by: the Congo), hosts a poorly doc umented world-class Paleoproterozoic manganese deposit, occurring in outcrops along an East - West trending 6 km-long series of small hills.
The area. landscape-scale Publishes a book addressing the Bromus grass in the West Launches first annual webinar series Forms the Northwest Basin and Range Conservation Synthesis Collaborates with partners to produce the Great Basin Fact Sheet Series Great Basin LCC Accomplishments Conservation Events and Actions Co-hosts the Sagebrush.
In book: The Forests of the Congo Basin – State of the ForestChapter: Biodiversity conservation and management, Publisher: Weyrich Édition. Background 1 2 3. The Congo Basin forests form the second largest block of rainforest in the world after the Amazon. These forests represent a huge carbon sink, are extremely rich in flora and fauna, and are home to more than 30 million r, the use of resources and ecosystem services for supporting both livelihood and economic development is putting.
Landscape-Scale Conservation (LSC) Landscape-scale conservation initiatives are those efforts which are focused on large areas of recognized conservation value, sensitivity and/ or threat and require a broad-based approach with specific, measurable conservation objectives.
Ecosystem-Based Management (EBM) EBM is an integrated approach to management. Book Chapter: Maisels F () Case study 4: Monitoring of wildlife populations: lessons learned.
In: Yanggen D, Angu K & Tchamou N (eds.) Landscape-Scale Conservation in the Congo Basin: Lessons Learned from the Central African Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE).
Climate-smart agriculture (CSA) goes beyond new technologies and practices like drought resistant varieties or precision farming.
To achieve the multiple objectives of productivity and food security, enhanced farmer resilience and reduced greenhouse gas emissions, CSA must adopt various systems include landscapes and ecosystems, as well as value.
Land and seascapes are emerging as an organising framework for reconciling biodiversity conservation with other competing land uses .Landscape approaches are used to achieve spatial integration of production and conservation in land cover mosaics [2,3].Some landscape configurations contribute more than others to the resilience of both human livelihoods and Cited by: 7.
Landscape-scale conservation In Marchover practitioners came together at a workshop in Bristol. They were tasked with tackling some of the most important challenges for landscape-scale conservation today.Landscape-scale conservation in the Congo Basin: Lessons learned from the Central Africa Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE).
IUCN and USAID. 3. Poulsen, J.R. Building private-sector partnerships for conservation (PSPCs): Lessons learned from the collaboration between WCS, CIB, and the Republic of Congo in forestry concessions.Angu and N. Tchamou (eds.), Landscape-Scale Conservation in the Congo Basin: Lessons Learned from the Central Africa Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE) (pp.
). Washington, DC: IUCN.