Biodiversity conservation in Melanesia: addressing risk and uncertainty among stakeholders
[Introduction]: The biodiversity values of these lowland rainforest areas are regarded as very high by a wide range of interested parties ranging from ecologists and biologists to people holding general conservationist and preservationist attitudes. Other values pertaining to economics, potential genetic knowledge, water resources, cultural and sociological issues for local forest dwellers, subsistence food supplies etc., are held at various levels of commitment by a variety of other groups....[Show more]
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