Nature and Faune - Conservation Beyond Boundaries

N A T U R E   &   F A U N E
Volume 22, Issue 2

Conservation Beyond Boundaries



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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, 2008



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Contents

Part 1   [969Kb]

    Preface
    Announcements
    Editiorial
    News
    Special feature

    :: Peace Parks Foundation: A decade of experiential knowledge on transboundary conservation in southern Africa
    Articles
    :: Characterisation of wildlife movement corridors in the Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Zambia (ZiMoZa) trans-boundary area to guide mitigation of increasing human-wildlife conflicts in the Zambezi heartland
    :: Cross-border trade and conservation in the Sangha River Region (Cameroon, Central African Republic and Republic of Congo)

Part 2   [594Kb]

    ::  Survey of elephant movement and corridor issues in western Ghana and eastern Cote D' Ivoire
    ::  Fisheries cooperation in the West Central Gulf of Guinea (Liberia, Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria)

    Country focus: Sudan
    FAO activities
    Links
    Theme and deadlines for Next Issue


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