In This Issue
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Center for Plant Conservation Sign Agreement to Conserve North American Plants
- Putting Conservation Science into Practice and Conservation Practice into Science
- Information Highway Hi-Lites
- New Publications
- Current Literature
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Center for Plant Conservation Sign Agreement to Conserve North American Plants
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Center for Plant Conservation (CPC) announced an agreement to work together to protect native plants, including those listed as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act. The memorandum of understanding, announced during the 2000 World Botanic Gardens Congress in Asheville, North Carolina, establishes a broad framework for joint conservation efforts and public education about the biological, medical, economic, and aesthetic contributions native plant species and their habitats make to the Nation's quality of life.
Originally founded in 1984, the CPC is supported by a consortium of 29 botanical gardens and arboreta throughout the United States. With approximately one out of every 10 plant species in the United States facing potential extinction, the CPC is the only national organization dedicated exclusively to preventing extinction of the rare plants of the United States.
USFWS and CPC agree to seek opportunities to work together to support the conservation needs of all endangered native North American plant species and their habitats. The partners will support research and education efforts, and the recovery process for imperiled plant species, help CPC member institutions and USFWS regional and field offices identify potential conservation partnerships, and encourage participation by the CPC in the development of USFWS recovery plans for federally listed plant species.
The United States currently is home to 735 threatened or endangered plant species. Native plants are important for their economic and aesthetic values. Plants play an important role in development of crops that resist disease, insects, and drought. At least 25 percent of prescription drugs contain ingredients derived from plant compounds, including medicines used to treat cancer, heart disease, juvenile leukemia, and malaria, and to assist organ transplant recipients. Plants are also used to develop natural pesticides.
The Society for Conservation Biology has launched the first issue of their new magazine: Conservation Biology in Practice. Their new venture is designed for conservation practitioners and policymakers who are short on time but long on information needs. This high quality professional trade magazine is dedicated to the fast-growing fields of conservation biology and ecosystem management. It will help you stay in touch with state-of-the-art conservation biology and ecosystem management, evaluate management options and shape your conservation agenda. For subscription information and/or to order a sample copy contact: Journals Subscription Department, Blackwell Science Inc., 350 Main St., Malden MA 02148 USA. Toll-free 888-661-5800; phone (781) 388-8250; fax (781) 388-8270. More information is also available at their website: http://conbio.rice.edu/scb/cbip/.
The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) announces a new web site of the Forest Policy and Environment Group (FPEG) at http://www.odifpeg.org.uk. The site contains a wealth of information on forestry-related issues, and includes the latest research papers by FPEG research Fellows, as well as a searchable database of all of FPEG's Rural Development Forestry Network (RDFN) papers, which are published in English, French and Spanish. The site is still expanding, and will soon provide access to much of the ODI library's forestry gray literature collection. Together, the RDFN papers and the gray literature archive contain a wealth of information on the social and economic aspects of forestry in the last 15 years. The materials chart the development of people-oriented forestry from both the donor and the host country perspective, combining project-level experience and policy-level insights in all regions of the world (but with a clear focus on developing countries). The website also has an extensive links section with descriptions of many of the Internet's most important Forestry websites, and an Online Noticeboard.
The Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy announces the online posting of the first of an ongoing series of research bibliographies on wildlife issues at <http://www.jiwlp.com/>. This searchable bibliography focuses on law, science and policy issues related to small cetaceans (dolphins, porpoises and small whales), collecting citations of peer-reviewed and gray literature (including journal articles, newspaper articles, reports, and materials on the Internet). Over 2350 citations have been included to date and the bibliography will be updated every two months, with future updates focused more on law and policy issues. The bibliography is formatted in both HTML and PDF, and the HTML version can be searched using Boolean logic or key words.
The Patuxent Wildlife Research Center and NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center have combined forces to produce Satellite Tracking of Threatened Species <http://sdcd.gsfc.nasa.gov/ISTO/satellite_tracking/> on the use of satellite tracking to monitor migration routes of endangered birds. Targeting the general public, the site introduces readers to satellite tracking (using Direct Readout technology), offers animations of bird flight paths (see the section entitled Birdtracks), and gives additional information on birds (in the Bird Data Archives, select a bird and watch its flight path through time). While bird information is limited to several larger species (due to the size/weight of attached transmitters), the resource serves as a useful information base for anyone wishing to learn more about satellite tracking.
- from The Scout Report for Science & Engineering, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2000. <http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/>
The Natural History Museum in London indexes the bumblebees (genus Bombus) of the world at List of World Bumblebees <http://www.nhm.ac.uk/entomology/bombus/index.html>. The list is searchable by biogeographic region or species name. The introduction page features a clickable map showing bumblebee densities of the world, a scatterplot showing the relationship between date of first description, taxonomic synonymies and range size (to demonstrate possible bias), and links to references. This site also holds a clickable cladogram (after Williams, 1995) of subspecies of Bombus with links to biogeographic maps and information. The colorful bumblebee images and informative figures (.gif) make this site a goldmine for entomology students and researchers.
- from The Scout Report
Smithsonian Institution Press announces the release of the new publication "Trogons and Quetzals of the World" by Paul A. Johnsgard. Of all bird groups, none is more closely associated with the world's tropical forests than trogons and quetzals. Since deforestation and fires have ravaged many of the reclusive group's prime habitats, ornithologists and conservationists may soon be unable to study many of the world's trogonids in their native environments. Beautifully illustrated with color plates and line drawings, this comprehensive review of trogons and quetzalsthe first to be published in more than 150 yearscovers all thirty-nine extant species. The book includes detailed species accounts, range maps, and identification keys as well as a chapter that discusses comparative biology in terms of evolution, anatomy and morphology, behavior, ecology, breeding, biology, and populations. This up-to-date survey will serve as a valuable reference for ornithologists, conservationists, aviculurists, and bird-watchers worldwide. The book is available for $49.95; ISBN:1-56098-388-4. To place an order or to get more information, please call SI Press at 1-800-782-4612, or visit http://www.si.edu/sipress/.
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Benson, E.E., Danaher, J.E., Pimbley, I.M., Anderson, C.T., Wake, J.E., Daley, S., and Adams, L.K. 2000. In vitro micropropagation of Primula scotica: a rare Scottish plant. Biodivers. Conserv. 9(6):711-726.
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Cooper, D.J., and MacDonald, L.H. 2000. Restoring the vegetation of mined peatlands in the southern Rocky Mountains of Colorado, USA. Restoration Ecol. 8(2):103-111.
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Dowler, R.C., Carroll, D.S., and Edwards, C.W. 2000. Rediscovery of rodents (genus Nesoryzomys) considered extinct in the Galapagos Islands. Oryx 34(2):109-117.
Dugger, K.M., Ryan, M.R., and Renken, R.B. 2000. Least tern chick survival on the lower Mississippi River. J. Field Ornithol. 71(2):330-338.
Dupain, J., Van Krunkelsven, E., Van Elsacker, L., and Verheyen, R.F. 2000. Current status of the bonobo (Pan paniscus) in the proposed Lomako Reserve (Democratic Republic of Congo). Biol. Conserv. 94(3):265-272.
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Emneborg, H., and Gotmark, F. 2000. The role of threat to areas and initiative from actors for establishment of nature reserves in southern Sweden 1926-1996. Biodivers. Conserv. 9(6):727-738.
Fajardo, I., Babiloni, G., and Miranda, Y. 2000. Rehabilitated and wild barn owls (Tyto alba): dispersal, life expectancy and mortality in Spain. Biol. Conserv. 94(3):287-295.
Ferber, D. 2000. Orangutans face extinction in the wild. Science 288(5469):1147-1150.
Fernandez-Juricic, E. 2000. Local and regional effects of pedestrians on forest birds in a fragmented landscape. The Condor 102(2):247-255.
Fischer, A., and Vasseur, L. 2000. The crisis in shifting cultivation practices and the promise of agroforestry: a review of the Panamanian experience. Biodivers. Conserv. 9(6):739-756.
Fisher, D.O., Hoyle, S.D., and Blomberg, S.P. 2000. Population dynamics and survival of an endangered wallaby: a comparison of four methods. Ecol. Appl. 10(3):901-910.
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García, D., Zamora, R., Hódar, J.A., Gómez, J.M., and Castro, J. 2000. Yew (Taxus baccata L.) regeneration is facilitated by fleshy-fruited shrubs in Mediterranean environments. Biol. Conserv. 95(1):31-38.
Grandjean, F., and Souty-Grosset, C. 2000. Genetic and morphological variation in the endangered crayfish species, Austropotamobius pallipes (Lereboullet) (Crustacea, Astacidae) from the Poitou-Charentes region (France). Aquatic Sci. 62(1):1-19.
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Huijser, M.P., and Bergers, P.J.M. 2000. The effect of roads and traffic on hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) populations. Biol. Conserv. 95(1):111-116.
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