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REBIOMA

 
REseau de la BIOdiversité de MAdagascar
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Le projet REBIOMA

REBIOMA (Le réseau de la biodiversité de Madagascar)

Portail de données

Portail de données d'occurrence des espèces de Madagascar

Atlas

Atlas numérique du système des aires protégées de Madagascar

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PV CNGIZC Novembre 2010 PV CNGIZC Novembre 2010

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PV de réunion mensuelle Novembre du CNGIZC Madagascar

Compte rendu GE CNGIZC du 02 Novembre 2010 Compte rendu GE CNGIZC du 02 Novembre 2010

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Note de réunion sur la préparation des deux ateliers nationaux: (1) tortues marines, (2) adaptation aux effets du changement cllimatique

Compte rendu GE CNGIZC du 15 Octobre 2010 Compte rendu GE CNGIZC du 15 Octobre 2010

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Compte rendu sur le feed back de l'atelier de formation sur les tortues marines et séance de préparation de l'atelier sur le plan de gestion et de conservation des tortues marines à Madagascar

Compte rendu GE CNGIZC Compte rendu GE CNGIZC

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Premier compte rendu de reunion du groupe Gestion des ecosystemes du Comite National  GIZC, Madagascar.

Aligning Conservation Priorities Across Taxa in Madagascar with High-Resolution Planning Tools Aligning Conservation Priorities Across Taxa in Madagascar with High-Resolution Planning Tools

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Globally, priority areas for biodiversity are relatively well known, yet few detailed plans exist to direct conservation action within them, despite urgent need. Madagascar, like other globally recognized biodiversity hot spots, has complex spatial patterns of endemism that differ among taxonomic groups, creating challenges for the selection of within-country priorities. We show, in an analysis of wide taxonomic and geographic breadth and high spatial resolution, that multi-taxonomic rather than single-taxon approaches are critical for identifying areas likely to promote the persistence of most species. Our conservation prioritization, facilitated by newly available techniques, identifies optimal expansion sites for the Madagascar government’s current goal of tripling the land area under protection. Our findings further suggest that high-resolution multi-taxonomic approaches to prioritization may be necessary to ensure protection for biodiversity in other global hot spots