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Towards a conservation strategy for the bogs of Ireland
|Statement||edited by Gráinne O"Leary & Fiona Gormley.|
|Contributions||O"Leary, Gráinne., Gormley, Fiona., Irish Peatland Conservation Council., Peatlands 2000 Conference (1997 : Dublin)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 240p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Conclusions 78 Appendix 1. Information concerning reporting Party and preparation of national report 80 Appendix 2. Further sources of information 82 Appendix 3. A. Progress towards Targets of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation 83 B. Goals and Targets of the Programme of Work on Protected Areas 85 References 88 Executive Summary Web view. Soil erosion and conservation in northern Europe Show all authors. In O’Leary, G. and Gormley, F., editors, Towards a conservation policy for the bogs of Ireland. Dublin: Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Towards a strategy for the sustainability of the soil resources of the UK. In Taylor, A. G., Gordon, J. E. and Usher, M. B
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The impulse towards ravaging the few sad, degraded remnants remains virulent. because bogs are carbon The network of designated areas in Ireland includes a moderate part of the distribution of vascular plant species of conservation concern.
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