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Manual of Methods for Biodiversity Inventory Development

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Villareal, Héctor M. et al.

This manual provides quantitative methodologies that characterize components of biodiversity simultaneously through biological indicators groups such as vascular plants, birds and insects. These methodologies, respond to the national possibilities in knowledge, time and space effort at reasonable costs. ...

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Last Update: 2004

Observation design Data collection Community composition Terrestrial Transect counts Fruit baiting Plants Birds Macroinvertebrates Other Invertebrates

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This manual provides quantitative methodologies that characterize components of biodiversity simultaneously through biological indicators groups such as vascular plants, birds and insects. These methodologies, respond to the national possibilities in knowledge, time and space effort at reasonable costs.

Contact person: Villareal, Héctor M.
Contact e-mail: hvillareal@humboldt.org.co
Contact institute: Instituto Humboldt
License: Free Access
Technical Status: Unknown
URL(s): http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11761/31419

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