Palms: Their Conservation and Sustained Utilization : Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan
Dennis Victor Johnson
IUCN, 1996 - Nature - 116 pages
Increasing demands on the world's natural resources pose a serious threat to palm biodiversity. This Action Plan identifies the most threatened palm species in order to present recommendations for conservation measures that cater to their specific requirements, and to provide strategic guidelines for the conservation and sustainable utilization of the many palms that provide food, construction material, and an important source of revenue for many people.
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In situ Conservation Status of Palms
Ex situ Conservation
Regional Priorities in Asia
Chapters Priorities in Madagascar
Action Plan Africa Amazonia Areca Asia Astrocaryum Attalea Attalea crassispatha Australia Bactris Becc Beentje biodiversity Botanic Gardens Brazil Burret Calamus cane Caryota Chamaedorea Chuniophoenix Coccothrinax Colombia conservation action Cuba cultivation Daemonorops deforestation distribution Dransf Dransfield Drude ecology economic palms Endangered palms endemic endemic palms Euterpe Euterpe precatoria ex situ conservation EX/E Extinct Fiji genera genus Geonoma Gunatilleke H.A. Wendl habitat highly threatened Hyophorbe India Irian Jaya Irian Jaya Irian island IUCN IUCN/SSC Jaya Irian Jaya Kahn known Licuala lowland Madagascar Madagascar Madagascar Madagascar major Malaysia Mart Mauritius Mexico monotypic Moore National Park native palms Nypa fruticans ornamental palms palm collections palm conservation palm diversity palm flora palm heart palm species Philippines Pinanga plants protected areas rattan recommendations regeneration region Sarawak seed Sepik Dist Specialist Group Sri Lanka studies Sulawesi+ Sumatra+ Syagrus taxa taxonomic threat threatened palms threatened species tropical understory Vanuatu Vulnerable