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By Shin-ichi Nakano, Tetsukazu Yahara, Tohru Nakashizuka

ISBN-10: 9811007780

ISBN-13: 9789811007781

ISBN-10: 9811007802

ISBN-13: 9789811007804

This quantity examines the subject of neighborhood biodiversity conservation within the Asia-Pacific sector, essentially the most speedily altering parts on the earth. With a spotlight on aquatic structures, this booklet bargains perception at the country of neighborhood biodiversity, demanding situations in administration and conservation of biodiversity, and newly built tools for tracking biodiversity. furthermore, as the provider supplied through an surroundings for people is interlinked with conservation, the ultimate half is devoted to comparing the socioeconomic element of environment companies, with specified connection with neighborhood biodiversity. In impression, all contributions offer info that's priceless for potent conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. This paintings will curiosity all stakeholders in biodiversity conservation, together with coverage makers, NPOs, NGOs, environment-related industries, and biodiversity researchers, not just within the Asia-Pacific sector, but in addition around the complete globe.

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1998; Kleypas et al. 1999a; Langdon et al. 2000, 2003; Anthony et al. 2008, 2011; Morita et al. 2009; Albright et al. , Kleypas et al. 1999b; Orr et al. 2005; Yamamoto-Kawai et al. 2009; Steinacher et al. 2009). Emerging field evidence at CO2 seepage sites suggests that acidified waters do not allow coral survival (Fabricius et al. 2011; Inoue et al. 2013). Until recently, the impacts of ocean acidification and global warming on future coral habitats have been examined on a global scale, without considering the shifts in their distributional ranges (Kleypas et al.

Nakano et al. 1007/978-981-10-0780-4_3 31 32 T. Jutagate et al. Introduction It has been reported that Thailand locates in the Indo-Burma biodiversity hotspot and is ranked top in freshwater fish diversity, which has 843 species, including 13 elasmobranch fishes (Fig. 1, Froese and Pauly 2012). 3 (Nguyen and De Silva 2006). Meanwhile, the numbers of critically endangered, endangered, and vulnerable species of freshwater fishes are 13, 29, and 71, respectively (Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning 2013).

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