By Sanjay Molur, Sally Walker, Douglas Brandon-Jones, Wolfgang Dittus, Ajith Kumar, Mewa Singh and Jayanta Das
POCKET Guide. One of our newest pocket guides focuses on the primates of South Asia. Forty-three taxa are presented in this pocket guide, each illustrated and paired with newly updated distribution maps.
By Leeanne E. Alonso, Jessica L. Deichmann, Sheila A. McKenna, Piotr Naskrecki, and Stephen J. Richards
This exciting book outlines the inception, history, and achievements of Conservation International's Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) over its first two decades, 1990-2010. The philosophy and methodology of RAP, its major goals and results, and the "feet-in-the-mud" attitude that has made the program so effective are featured
By Conservation International and the IUCN Marine Turtle Specialist Group
This volume includes numerous articles by sea turtle and marine specialists focusing on the state of the world's sea turtles, their habitats, policy and economics, and raising awareness of sea turtle and marine issues.
By Benjamin M. Rawson, Paul Insua-Cao, Nguyen Manh Ha, Van Ngoc Thinh, Hoang Minh Duc, Simon Mahood, Thomas Geissmann and Christian Roos
This conservation status review of gibbons in Vietnam attempts to assess trends in the populations of each gibbon species in Vietnam and the effectiveness of efforts so far to conserve them.
By Christine L. Huffard (CI-Indonesia), Norah Saarman, Healy Hamilton, W. Brian Simison
By Patricio Robles Gil, Exequiel Ezcurra, Eduardo Peters, Eugenia Pallares and Ana Ezcurra (compilers).
The Great Tamaulipan Natural Province focuses on an incredibly biodiverse region and is filled with beautiful images, scientific dissemination, and a call to understand these natural riches and the need to study and conserve them adequately.
By Eric W. Sanderson, Patricio Robles Gil, Cristina G. Mittermeier, Vance G. Martin, Cyril F. Kormos. Preface by Steven E. Sanderson. Foreword by Jared Diamond.
Using some of the best available science, state-of-the-art GIS mapping, and satellite technology, as well as the most compelling images created by some of the world's best photographers, the authors illustrate the mark of humans on planet Earth.
By Brooks, E.G.E., Allen, D.J. and Darwall, W.R.T.
By Jeffrey A. McNeely, Russell A. Mittermeier, Thomas M. Brooks, Frederick Boltz, and Neville Ash.
With hundreds of stunning full-color photographs and more than twenty essays from some of the world's most respected scientists, The Wealth of Nature offers a detailed explanation of the various ecosystem services that support and regulate all natural processes on Earth.