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Chapter 1:
INTRODUCTION, HISTORY OF LIFE

Chapter 2: 
THE AGE OF MAMMALS

Chapter 3: 
EXTINCTION AND DEPLETION FROM OVER-EXPLOITATION

Chapter 4: 
WHALING AND FISHING

Chapter 5:
OVEREXPLOITATION THREATENING LIVING SPECIES

Chapter 6: 
GLOBAL PATTERNS OF BIODIVERSITY

Chapter 7: 
VALUES OF BIODIVERSITY

Chapter 8: 
ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTECTION

Chapter 9: 
EXOTIC INTRODUCTIONS

Chapter 10: 
FORESTS AND DEFORESTATION

Chapter 11: 
ENDANGERED AQUATIC HABITATS

Chapter 12: 
ISLANDS

Chapter 13: 
PROTECTED AREAS

Chapter 14:
HABITAT POLLUTION

Chapter 15: 
CAPTIVE BREEDING AND REINTRODUCTION

Chapter 16:
HUMAN POPULATION GROWTH  

 

BIODIVERSITY and CONSERVATION

A Hypertext Book by Peter J. Bryant
School
of Biological Sciences, University of California, Irvine

The origin, nature and value of biological diversity,
the threats to its continued existence, and
approaches to preserving what is left

This is a hypertext book, but most of the links leave the book in order to take advantage of documents produced and updated elsewhere. You can always get back to your starting place by using the "Back" button or the "History" file on your browser.

This resource is used in Bio65, Biological Conservation (on UCI campus and on line). If you want to take it on line, please e:mail the instructor at pjbryant@uci.edu

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University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 92697, USA.
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A Project of the Interdisciplinary Minor in Global Sustainability

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Batavia University
Indra Valley Inn
Bukit Lawang, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Near the Entrance to Gunung Leuser National Park and Bohorok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center
 
Central Administrative Office in Harapan Baru, West Bekasi, Indonesia
 
We are affiliated with the Global Institute
 
For more information please contact us at info@bataviauniversity.indo.cc   or +62-(61) 777 98115

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