Island LAB Azorean Biodiversity Group

Inventory and monitoring Protocols

A Global Island Monitoring Scheme (GIMS), aiming to monitor the remaining island forest communities of bryophytes, vascular plants, selected groups of arthropods and vertebrates

 "Biodiversity and Conservation" Online Early.

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