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Giant Pandas

Biology and Conservation



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The volume also shows how concepts such as buffer zones, links between forest fragments, multiple-use areas, and cooperation with local people who have a stake in the resources - highly relevant concepts for conservation problems around the world - have been key to the panda's survival.

Author Biography

Donald Lindburg, Head of the Office of Giant Panda Conservation at the Zoological Society of San Diego, is editor, with Shirley C. Strum and David Hamburg, of The New Physical Anthropology: Science, Humanism, and Critical Reflection (1999), and editor, with John E. Fa, of Evolution and Ecology of Macaque Societies (1996), among other books. Karen Baragona is Deputy Director, Species Conservation, World Wildlife Fund (WWF-US).
Release date NZ
August 3rd, 2004
Edited by Donald G. Lindburg Edited by Karen Baragona Foreword by George B. Schaller
Country of Publication
United States
2 b-w photographs, 42 line illustrations, 5 maps, 52 tables
University of California Press
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