Item description for Pan-Alpine Conservation Strategy for the Lynx (Nature and Environment) by Anja Molinari-Jobin, etc., et al & Council of Europe...
The lynx was reintroduced in Switzerland in 1971 and has since increased its population to cover a substantial part of the Alps. This re-introduction was followed by a monitoring programme that has shown that the species still faces some challenges for its survival in the region. The Pan-Alpine Conservation Strategy for the Lynx (PACS) presented in this document states that no Alpine country can host a viable lynx population in isolation as all regional populations will be transboundary, notes that international co-operation is essential for the conservation of shared populations and to solve the mutual problems. The Strategy was endorsed by the Standing Committee to the Bern Convention in 2001.
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Studio: Council of Europe
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.18" Width: 7.8" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Publisher Council of Europe
ISBN 9287151113 ISBN13 9789287151117
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