Madagascar Conservation & Development

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Madagascar Conservation & Development welcomes the results of original research, field surveys, advances in field and laboratory techniques, book reviews, and informal status reports from research, conservation, development and management programs and in-field projects in Madagascar. In addition, notes on changes in the legal status of any species (IUCN, CITES) or land (Protected Areas) existing in Madagascar, public awareness programs, the availability of new educational materials (include the name and address of distributor and cost, if applicable), job announcements (paid or volunteer), and notification of newly published scientific papers, technical reports and academic theses are all appropriate contributions. Readers are also encouraged to alert Madagascar Conservation & Development to pertinent letter-writing campaigns and other activities, which may need the support of the Madagascar Conservation & Development community. Finally, Madagascar Conservation & Development serves as a conduit for debate and discussion and welcomes contributions on any aspect of the legal or scientific status of any species living in Madagascar, or on conservation and development philosophy.
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2019: Special Issue: Wetlands - Early view

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Circuit court du marché des produits agricolesj : pour une gestion efficace du paysage ouvert, cas du bassin-versant de Maningory, Madagascar EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
Annick Ravaka, Bruno S. Ramamonjisoa, Harifidy Rakoto Ratsimba, Aina N. A. Ratovoson
Tool development to understand rural resource users’ land use and impacts on land type changes in Madagascar EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
Lena M. Reibelt, Gabrielle Moser, Anne Dray, Ihoby H. Randriamalala, Juliette Chamagne, Bruno Ramamonjisoa, Luis Garcia Barrios, Claude Garcia, Patrick O. Waeber

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Play, learn, explore: grasping complexity through gaming and photography EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
Patrick O. Waeber, Arnaud De Grave, Lucienne Wilmé, Claude Garcia

ISSN: 1662-2510
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