Summary of the Day 1: WWF Senegal WAMER: Data collection, analysis; a case-study for the Government. Wetlands International: RAMSAR convention, birds-and-poverty. PBL: MSA-and-modelling, BDs, MSA in use for ecological reporting, policy making process/debates. Kenya: Forestry, cutting, agriculture, trends, deforestation, land conversion, forestry quality; communities; water shade protection and forestry; snow of this year, crops, CC, people; protection of small-green-areas, the case of Nairobi National. Thailand: 1985, current GIS usage, forest types; rubber plantation (50% suit area, 0.5 mil ha); GLOBIO -3, Clue, IMAGE; waterbirds. Ukraine: the book on modelling experience as a curricular, MSA for students, education and science; MSA is not species richness but pristinness (desert’s case); Internet-www.biomodel.info. Peru: Poverty, private property (land), BDs’ boundaries. Nikaragua: PBL – CCAD – CBD, Southern Mexico, Panama, involvement people/stakeholders, education; ‘Who is doing what in modelling?’
Due to new interest to current state of European Elc population in Ukraine our BioModel team presents to readers updated summary of 2008’s about usage of GLM-approache… See more details at UA-version page.