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eBook The Takahe: Fifty years of Conservation Management and Research epub

by Ian G Jamieson,William G Lee

eBook The Takahe: Fifty years of Conservation Management and Research epub
  • ISBN: 1877276014
  • Author: Ian G Jamieson,William G Lee
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Biological Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Otago University Press (January 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 132 pages
  • ePUB size: 1897 kb
  • FB2 size 1387 kb
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Polynesian settlement of the islands of New Zealand about 1000 years ago and large-scale European colonisation in the 19th century caused massive environmental changes for indigenous animals. Fifty-five species of endemic birds, or 41 per cent of land and freshwater species, were lost. For more than fifty years attempts to conserve the takahe (Porphyrio hochstetteri), a large, flightless, herbivorous bird, have pioneered techniques for managing protected natural areas, habitat manipulation, captive rearing, wild releases and island translocations.

Lee WG, Jamieson IG, eds. The Takahe. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 2001. 118+ million publications. Recommended publications. Discover more publications, questions and projects in 21st Century History. Janet Frame and autism?

Lettink M (1999) Conservation Genetics of Island Takahe (Porphyrio mantelli).

University of Otago Press, Dunedin, New Zealand. Jeffreys AJ, Wilson V, Thein SL (1985) Hypervariable minisatellite regions in human DNA. Nature, 314, 67–73. Lettink M (1999) Conservation Genetics of Island Takahe (Porphyrio mantelli). Diploma of Wildlife Management Report No. 96. University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Longmire JL, Kraemer PM, Brown NC, Hardkopf LC, Deaven LL (1990) A new multi-locus DNA fingerprinting probe: pV47-2.

University of Otago Press, DunedinGoogle Scholar. Lettink M, Jamieson IG, Millar CD, Lambert DM (2002) Mating system and genetic variation in the endangered New Zealand takahe. Conserv Gen 3:427–434CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Cite this article as: Grueber, .

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Polynesian settlement of the islands of New Zealand about 1000 years ago and large-scale European colonisation in the 19th century caused massive environmental changes for indigenous animals. Fifty-five species of endemic birds, or 41 per cent of land and freshwater species, were lost. In response to these extinctions and the marked population decline of many extant species, national government agencies supported conservation initiatives throughout the 20th century. For more than fifty years attempts to conserve the takahe (Porphyrio hochstetteri), a large, flightless, herbivorous bird, have pioneered techniques for managing protected natural areas, habitat manipulation, captive rearing, wild releases, and island translocations. The story of the takahe since its rediscovery by Geoffrey Orbell (above) has been an integral part of the progress of conservation science and management in New Zealand. This book reflects of that story.
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