Publications - Species
These publications illustrate work done by JNCC to support
Species Conservation in the UK. Current
topics of interest>>>
In response to the launch of the Convention on Biological Diversity at the Rio ‘Earth Summit’, Target 36 of Biodiversity the UK Action Plan (Anon., 1994) is to “Update and publicise guidelines on translocations, re-establishments, introductions and re-stocking”. This publication comprises part of these conservation guidelines, for those activities relating to habitats translocations.
The information in this Fact File has been abstracted mainly from published work, including the web sites of UK statutory nature conservation agencies.
A compilation of papers from 17 international experts on the theory of population ecology, especially of insect populations. Of great interest to ecologists and entomologists, the reviews of existing knowledge and suggestions for new areas of investigation will appeal more widely to practical conservationists.
Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Available from Kluwer Academic Publishers, Order Deptartment, PO Box 322, 3300 AH Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Fax +31-78-654-6474.
Tel +31-78-639-2392, email email@example.com,
from the Royal Entomological Society, 41 Queen's Gate, London SW7 5HU. Tel 020 7584 8361 1999 POA
Reptiles & Ampibians
A manual offering accessible text to workers involved in the conservation and management of amphibians and reptiles. Please note that some of the information contained within this publication is out of date. This manual is currently out of print and only available to download as a PDF.
Birds, bogs and forestry presented the initial results of surveys undertaken by the Nature Conservancy Council (NCC) in the Flow Country of Caithness and Sutherland.
A framework for the conservation of the Eurasian otter within which organisations and individuals can utilise their resources effectively