Can hunting and conservation of endemic Annamite ungulates be reconciled?
Professor Nigel Leader-Williams
University of Cambridge - Geog
Host Country Institutions:
WWF - Greater Mekong Vietnam Office, National Forest Protection Dept, American Museum of Natural History: Center for Biodiversity Conservation, Vinh University
More effective conservation of a globally important ecosystem by i) conducting applied conservation research on the highly endemic Annamite ungulate community and on hunting, ii) strengthening the capacity of leading universities within the region to produce well-trained graduates in biodiversity conservation who value traditional knowledge and iii) influencing on-the-ground community and government forest management systems.
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