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The BioRap Biodiversity Assessment and Planning Study for Papua New Guinea

  • Year: 2001
  • Author: Faith, Daniel P; Nix, HA; Margules, CR; Hutchinson, MF; Walker, PA; West, J; Stein, JL; Kesteven, JL; Allison, A; Natera, G
  • Journal Name: Pacific Conservation Biology
  • Journal Number: Vol. 6, No. 4
  • Country: Papua New Guinea

The BioRap Toolbox is used for assessing the biodiversity in Papua New Guinea (PNG) region. The BioRap outputs have contributed towards the ongoing conservation initiatives in PNG and the new have strengthened forest planning capacity, including identifying areas appropriate for sustainable forest management and conservation.

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