Diversity, and Health of the tundra.
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Subjecttundra, biodiversity, arctic council, CAFF, ACIA, IASC, Abisko scientific research station, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, University of Lund, Sheffield Centre for Arctic Ecology; Oulu, SAO, 2002
"Aims: To give an appreciation of what “biodiversity” means. To give examples of the importance of biodiversity. To explain why we should be worried about loss of biodiversity. To explain what we should do to reduce loss of biodiversity." /.../
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