AHEC reports 18 news
Researches 6 news
Amur-Heilong River Basin Reader / edited by Eugene A. Simonov and Thomas D. Dahmer. WWF, Ecosystems Ltd. - 426 pages, 2008
Amur-Heilong River Basin Reader provides the first basin-wide description of the status of natural resource use and conservation problems in the Amur-Heilong basin. A multitude of studies, published and unpublished reports, governmental programs and various other sources were used to supplement the material compiled from the three country studies commissioned by WWF Russia, China and Mongolia in the wake of Amur-Heilong Ecoregional Program.
- Rut Domènech, Elena F. Tracy, Marta Rovira and Evgeny Lepeshkin
The main objective of this paper is to assess the current status of the forest beekeeping sector of Primorsky province, the obstacles and challenges it is currently facing, to identify the gaps between the needs of the sector and the current conditions, and to suggest the ways to move it forward via improving institutional and regulatory context, and expanding the repertoire of market strategies, domestic and international.
Alexander Shestakov, Vladimir Krever, 2003
The booklet was published specially for the 5th World Park Congress in Durban, South Africa, and illustrate work done by WWF to introduce new concept of the protected areas system, methodology to plan econets based on the analysis of satellite image and concrete case studies in several Global 200 ecoregions in Russia and Central Asia. For specialists.
P. Baklanov, V. Karakin, 2003
The booklet describes the main traits of biological diversity and socio-economic conditions of Southwest Primorye as a part of internationally supported regional development project: TREDA (Tumen River Economic Development Area). The project covers northeast Asia’s most diverse biological, geographical, social, economic and national conditions. Protection of the environment of this portion of Northeast Asia can be achieved only with a shift to sustainable regional development that accounts for the interests of the countries involved.
Stishov M., 2012
The proposed methodology is aimed at the evaluation of conservation effectiveness of protected areas (PAs), their individual conservation
functions, and entire regional PA systems, including planned ones, with the purpose of identifying the need, opportunities, and priority
areas for the optimization of PAs, their regional systems, and management approaches. Conservation effectiveness is viewed as the degree to what a PA of a regional PA system is successful in fulfilling its conservation objectives arising from its natural peculiarities. Conservation effectiveness depends not only on the management of individual PAs and their systems, but on all other circumstances affecting PAs – their layout, geographic location, surroundings etc.
Li Zhenxin, Fridolin Zimmermann,2010 Develop a landscape conservation plan for tigers in the Changbaishan mountain landscape
involving key stakeholders by:
• Defining potential tiger habitat as tiger conservation priority areas for short-term, mediumterm,
and long-term effective protection and management to recover tigers;
• Identifying ecological corridors between large patches of potential tiger habitat
• Identifying critical priority areas for immediate actions to address the main threats as the
bases for tiger recovery in Changbaishan landscape;
• Providing basic recommendations to guide development of a full tiger conservation strategy
and action plan.