EDITORIAL BOARD

Editor-in-Chief 
OLE HENDRICKSON, Ph.D., Canada

Senior Editor 
STEPHEN AITKEN, BSc., India

Managing Editor
 
VANESSA REID, UK

PETER HALL, Canada   


TED MOSQUIN, Ph.D., Canada 

GLENNIS LEWIS, Ph.D., , Canada 

P.T. DANG, Ph.D., Canada 

MIRZA BARJEES BAIG, Ph.D. Saudi Arabia

TOM BARRY, Ph.D., Iceland

PETER CONVEY, Ph.D., UK

GUIDO DI PRISCO, Ph.D., Italy

MIKE GILL, Ph.D., Whitehorse, Canada

HEMANT K. BADOLA, Ph.D., India 

PAUL CATLING, Ph.D., Canada

JOHN HERITY, Ph.D., Canada 

SETIJATI D. SASTRAPRAJDA, Ph.D., Indonesia

 


 



A BIODIVERSiTY CONSERVANCY PUBLICATION

Biodiversity: Journal of life on Earth

Since the year 2000, Biodiversity Conservancy has published an international quarterly journal: Biodiversity, Journal of Lfe on Earth

The aim of Biodiversity is to raise an appreciation and deeper understanding of species, ecosystems and the interconnectedness of the living world and thereby avoid the mismanagement, misuse and destruction of biodiversity. Articles are written for a broad readership including scientists, educators, policy makers, conservationists, science writers, naturalists and students. Biodiversity aims to provide an international forum on all matters concerning the integrity and wellness of ecosystems and the diversity of species.

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Recent Issues

 

 

CONTENTS

Editor’s Corner

Our human relationship with biodiversity
Vanessa Reid

Articles

  • Octocoral gardens in the Gulf of Maine (NW Atlantic)
    Peter J. Auster, Morgan Kilgour, David Packer, Rhian Waller, Steven Auscavitch & Les Watling
  • Supplementary comment: conservation of deep-sea corals off the northeast United States
    Peter J. Auster, David Packer, Morgan Kilgour & Les Watling
  • Macrofungal diversity and ecology of the mangrove ecosystem in the Indian part of Sundarbans
    Arun Kumar Dutta, Prakash Pradhan, Saikat Kumar Basu & Krishnendu Acharya
  • Blossoming treasures of biodiversity


    43. Cotton – redeeming the world’s most vilified plant threat to biodiversity
    Ernest Small

    Forum


    Communities, conservation and development
    Ashish Kothari

    Book Reviews


    The global forest – 40 ways trees can save us
    Stephen Aitken

    Biodiversity News

    December 2013
    Vol.14, No. 4

    14-4

     

     

    CONTENTS

    Editor’s Corner

    A fond farewell and warm welcomes at Biodiversity
    Glennis Lewis

    Articles

  • Statement of Concern regarding the Government of Canada’s withdrawal from the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)
    Ole Hendrickson, Stephen Aitken
  • Visual qualitative description of a humid tropical foothill forest in Indian eastern Himalayas
    Gopal Shukla, Rajib Biswas, A.P. Das & Sumit Chakravarty
  • Macrofungal diversity and habitat specificity: a case study
    Prakash Pradhan, Arun Kumar Dutta, Anirban Roy, Saikat Kumar Basu & Krishnendu Acharya
  • Efficiency of current reserve network in Golestan Province (Iran) for the protection of hoofed ungulates
    Iman Momeni Dehaghi, Abdolrassoul Salman Mahiny, Afshin Alizadeh Shabani & Mahmoud Karami
  • Blossoming treasures of biodiversity


    Camelina – will this emerging biodiesel benefit biodiversity?
    Ernest Small

    Forum


    The quiet revolutionaries: why the faith-based environmental movement has become the largest civil society movement in the conservation world
    Martin Palmer

    Biodiversity News

    September 2013
    Vol.14, No. 3

    14-3

     

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    Earlier issues

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    (Some archives and citations may note that the journal Biodiversity was published by Tropical Conservancy. Please note that Tropical Conservancy was the former name of Biodiversity Conservancy International.)


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