Southeast Asian biodiversity in crisis
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Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, UK, New York
Biological diversity -- Southeast
|Statement||Navjot S. Sodhi, Barry W. Brook.|
|Series||Cambridge tropical biology series|
|Contributions||Brook, Barry W.|
|LC Classifications||QH193.S6 S63 2006, QH193.S6 S63 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 190 p. :|
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Massive anthropogenic habitat modifications, forest fires and the overexploitation of wildlife in Southeast Asia are clear and present dangers to its rich and unique biodiversity.
This book reports comprehensively on the state of Southeast Asian biodiversity and suggests the concrete actions that are immediately needed to mitigate the impending biodiversity crisis in Southeast by: Available in: biodiversity of Southeast Asia is gravely imperilled by massive habitat modifications, forest fires and the overexploitation Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
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This book contains the first comprehensive determination of the current state of the region's terrestrial biotas and highlights the primary drivers responsible for the grave threat to its unique and rich : Fuelling the biodiversity crisis: species loss of ground-dwelling forest ants in oil palm plantations in Sabah, Malaysia (Borneo).
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BOOK TICKETS. Southeast Asian biodiversity in crisis. POSTED ON June 8, BY museum_admin. Southeast Asian biodiversity in crisis - CORE Reader. Summary: "The biodiversity of Southeast Asia is in great danger as a result of massive habitat modifications, forest fires and the overexploitation of wildlife.
Southeast Asia has the highest relative rate of deforestation of any major tropical region, and could lose three quarters of its original forests by and up to 42% of its biodiversity.
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Sodhi and Barry W. Brook Excerpt. Chapter 1 Dwindling habitats. If the human impact on the natural environment continues unabated at its present rate, or indeed increases in severity, then by the turn of the next century, the resulting changes in land use will have exerted a profound and irreversible.
PDF | On Jan 1,N.S. Sodhi and others published Biodiversity crisis in Southeast Asia | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Southeast Asian Biodiversity in Crisis | NHBS Academic & Professional Books Buy Southeast Asian Biodiversity in Crisis () (): NHBS - Navjot S Sodhi and Barry W Brook, Cambridge University Press About Help Blog Jobs Established NHBS GmbH CovidPrice Range: £ - £ By The Conversation 12 January Rich in wildlife, Southeast Asia includes at least six of the world’s 25 “biodiversity hotspots”—the areas of the world that contain an exceptional concentration of species, and are exceptionally endangered.
The region contains 20 percent of the planet’s vertebrate and plant species and the world’s third-largest tropical forest. London, 10 December -Southeast Asia is facing a crisis in biodiversity.
Navot Sodhi and colleagues, writing in the December issue of Trends in Ecology and Evolution, warn that, if the present levels of deforestation continue, Southeast Asia could lose three quarters of its forests and up to 42% of its biodiversity by Cambridge Core - Evolutionary Biology - Biotic Evolution and Environmental Change in Southeast Asia - edited by David Gower.
Introduction. Southeast Asia (SE Asia) is a known hotspot of biodiversity, and is of threat. The region is uniquely biologically complex, reflecting its complex biogeography and resulting in zonation of regional biotic patterns and complex biogeographic divides, which require further research to fully understand (Sheldon et al.
).Typically, when people consider SE Asian biodiversity, they. However, Southeast Asia’s biodiversity is under serious threat; some parts of the region are projected to lose up to 98% of their remaining forests in the next nine years.
Southeast Asia is highly diversified in terms of socio-ecosystems and biodiversity, but is undergoing dramatic environmental and social changes.
These changes characterize the recent period and could be illustrated by the effects of the Green Revolution from the late and s to the insertion in the global trade and increasing agronomic.
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The Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity (previous title was Journal of Korean Nature) is an official journal of National Science Museum of Korea (NSMK) and Korea National Arboretum (KNA).
The scope of journal is wide and multidisciplinary that publishes original research papers, review articles, as. Southeast Asia, a region supporting more threatened species than any other comparable continental area, is in the midst of a conservation crisis.
Hunting constitutes the greatest current threat to the region’s threatened vertebrates and has resulted in many areas of largely intact forest losing much of their former vertebrate diversity and abundance.
Though numerous hunting methods are used. Article content. JAKARTA — Southeast Asia is on the brink of a “socio-economic crisis” caused by the COVID pandemic that could reverse decades of. It said the pandemic has highlighted problems in Southeast Asia despite the region's strong economic performance before the pandemic hit.
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It cited high inequality, low social protections, a large informal working sector, regressions in justice and governance, and environmental concerns like biodiversity. Southeast Asia - Southeast Asia - Plant life: The seasonal nature and pattern of Southeast Asia’s rainfall, as well as the region’s physiography, have strongly affected the development of natural vegetation.
The hot, humid climate and enormous variety of habitats have given rise to an abundance and diversity of vegetative forms unlike that in any other area of the world. It said the pandemic has highlighted problems in Southeast Asia despite the region's strong economic performance before the pandemic hit.
It cited high inequality, low social protections, a large informal working sector, regressions in justice and governance, and environmental concerns like biodiversity loss and air quality.
Even as more new species are found, Southeast Asia is in the grip of a biodiversity crisis Pangolins are the most trafficked animal on the planet. Kham/Reuters There. Even as more new species are found, Southeast Asia is in the grip of a biodiversity crisis January 5, am EST Alice Catherine Hughes, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is the largest infrastructure development in human history. Given its scale of influence and infrastructure undertakings, it is set to bring far-reaching environmental impacts to regions such as Southeast Asia, one of the biologically richest and most diverse regions in the world.The state and conservation of Southeast Asian biodiversity / Navjot S.
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Deforestation rates in Southeast Asia.
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