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  • Amur-Heilong River Basin Reader
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    edited by Eugene A. Simonov and Thomas D. Dahmer. WWF, Ecosystems Ltd, 2008

    Provides the first basin-wide description of the status of natural resource use and conservation problems in the Amur-Heilong basin. Compiled from the studies by WWF Russia, China and Mongolia.

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    China Ecological Footprint  Biocapacity, cities and development  Report 2010
    Author:

    WWF

    China Ecological Footprint
    Biocapacity, cities and development
    Report 2010

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    Conservation Action Plan for the Amur-Heilong Ecoregion. Part III. Freshwater and floodplain ecosystems
    Author:

    WWF Russia

    Conservation of floodplains is enormously important for protecting the river system and its biological diversity.Wetlands of the Amur are characterized by large numbers of rare species, such as the Oriental stork,
    Red-crowned and White-naped cranes, whitetailed eagle, Mandarin duck and many others. For many species these are the northernmost nesting sites, and for millions of waterfowl the Amur floodplain is the main stopover for feeding during their annual migration.

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    Conservation Action Plan for the Russian Far East Ecoregion Complex. Part I
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    WWF Russia, 2003

    This document is the result of four years of collaboration by dozens of scientists, experts, and enthusiasts of nature conservation in the Russian Far East Ecoregion Complex. This region genuinely deserves unwavering attention due to its unbelievably rich biodiversity, charismatic plants and animals, and unique natural ecosystems. Today, leading conservation NGOs in the Russian Far East have pulled together to strengthen efforets to conserve biodiversity in the globally important region by elaborating and implementing this joint plan with concrete actions

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    Conservation Action Plan for the Russian Far East Ecoregion Complex. Part II
    Author:

    WWF Russia, 2003

    This document is the result of four years of collaboration by dozens of scientists, experts, and enthusiasts of nature conservation in the Russian Far East Ecoregion Complex. This region genuinely deserves unwavering attention due to its unbelievably rich biodiversity, charismatic plants and animals, and unique natural ecosystems. Today, leading conservation NGOs in the Russian Far East have pulled together to strengthen efforets to conserve biodiversity in the globally important region by elaborating and implementing this joint plan with concrete actions

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    Conservation Strategy 2013 – 2017

    The current strategy addresses WWF-Russia priorities for conservation for the period 2013-2017 in the area of Northern Eurasia, including the Russian Federation and 5 countries of Central Asia.

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    Global Tiger Recovery Program 2010-2022
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    The GTRP is the result of a collaboration among the 13 Tiger Range Countries and the partners of the Global Tiger Initiative.

    In the St. Petersburg Declaration on Tiger Conservation endorsed at the International Tiger Forum, Tiger Range Countries adopted the Global Tiger Recovery Program (GTRP). The official text of the Declaration is included here as a preface to the GTRP that follows.

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    WWF’s GLOBAL SPECIES PROGRAMME 2020 STRATEGY
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    Translated by Chang Youde and reviewed by Fan Zhiyong, 2014

    Preventing the extinction of well-known and visible species is a strong symbol of society’s ability to address fundamental threats to the environment. In addition to their fundamental role in the functioning and health of ecosystems, species are sources of income, food, and scientific, educational, cultural and recreational value. Some species serve as a focus for conservation and management action to save entire ecosystems.

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  • Report on field test results of KEDR satellite forest monitoring system of forest cover change.
    Author:

    Amur WWF Russia, 2015

    In May 2015, staff of the Amur Branch of WWF-Russia organized the first field check of the work of the forest satellite monitoring system in Primorsky and Khabarovsky Provinces.
    The objects of monitoring were used to optimize the automatic identification of forest canopy changes, as the basis for improving the accuracy of identification of low intensity logging operations.
    This publication is a short report on KEDR system.

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    The Russian Far East Ecoregion
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    2003. Leaflet

    The leaflet describes the major activities of the WWF-Russia Far Eastern branch office.

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    WWF and Russian Far-East: 25 years together
    Author:

    Amur WWF

    The highlights of the fruitfull work of Amur branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) Russia in the Amur-Heilong Ecoregion, that have been successfull for more than twenty five years of enviromental conservation.

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