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Ninety percent species of butterflies can be found in the tropics. Southeast Asia has one of the highest Lepidopteran biodiversity in the world, while over 1,200 species of butterflies reside in Malaysia. Despite high Lepidopteran diversity, there is still little knowledge on the butterfly...

Author(s)
Fathihi-Hakimi Rosmidi; Muhamad-Aidil Zahidin; Amalina Adanan; Amirah Azizah; Pesiu, E.; Abdullah, M. T.
Publisher
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
Citation
Journal of Sustainability Science and Management, 2017, 12, 1, pp 40-48
Abstract

The need better understand the linkages and interdependencies of socio-economic and coastal environmental dynamics has taken on a more deliberate role in the development and assessment of Integrated Coastal Management on Batudaka islands. The DPSIR (drivers-pressures-states-impacts-responses)...

Author(s)
Sulistiawati, D.; Adrianto, L.; Muchsin, I.; Masyahoro, A.
Publisher
Universitas Udayana, Bali, Indonesia
Citation
Bumi Lestari, 2012, 12, 2, pp 226-238
Abstract

Biological invasions have become one of the main drivers of habitat degradation and a leading cause of biodiversity loss in island ecosystems worldwide. The spread of invasive species poses a particular environmental threat on the islands of the Mediterranean Basin, which are hot spots of...

Author(s)
Celesti-Grapow, L.; Bassi, L.; Brundu, G.; Camarda, I.; Carli, E.; D'Auria, G.; Guacchio, E. del; Domina, G.; Ferretti, G.; Foggi, B.; Lazzaro, L.; Mazzola, P.; Peccenini, S.; Pretto, F.; Stinca, A.; Blasi, C.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Plant Biosystems, 2016, 150, 5, pp 1119-1133
Abstract

Published analyses agree that Pacific Island Countries (PICs) face enormous challenges of isolation, limited size, resource paucity, high population growth and restricted opportunities for economic growth. For most small island nations the imperative to sustain economic growth in line with the...

Author(s)
Siwatibau, S.
Publisher
FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
RAP Publication, 2009, No.03, pp 77-90
Abstract

UNESCO has been required by its Member States to assist in implementing the recommendations of the World Conference on Science, held in Budapest in June 1999. In particular, UNESCO should identify national strategies for biodiversity protection in biosphere reserves and similarly managed areas,...

Author(s)
Clüsener-Godt, M.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Trees: Structure and Function, 2002, 16, 2/3, pp 230-234
Abstract

Coral reefs are endangered world-wide by devastating fishing methods (overfishing, dynamite and cyanide fishery), pollution, tourism, environmental changes and bleaching. The aim of this project is to monitor coral reefs and associated ecosystems (mangroves, seagrass beds) by integrating different...

Author(s)
Sterckx, S.; Bertels, L.; Kempeneers, P.; Debruyn, W.; Vanderstraete, T.; Goossens, R.
Publisher
Millpress Science Publishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Global developments in environmental earth orbservation from space. Proceedings of the 25th EARSeL Symposium, Porto, Portugal, 2005, 2006, pp 603-610
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Macroalgal resources are particularly abundant in the northeast coast and Hengchung Peninsula in the southern part of Taiwan as well as in several smaller islands around Taiwan. Classified as being in the tropical and subtropical areas, the diversity of macroalgal species and seasonal growth types...

Author(s)
Chang JuiSheng; Tseng ChienChang
Publisher
Fisheries Research Agency, Kanagawa, Japan
Citation
Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency, 2010, No.32, pp 11-17
Abstract

The small island of Vilm, N. Germany, is home to a natural beech (Fagus sylvatica) forest, which is currently in a state of decay and regeneration. A comparison is made between historic sources and results of growth ring analyses, and the authors investigated forest development and dynamics....

Author(s)
Schmaltz, J.; Stanke, J.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1999, 70, 1, pp 11-17

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