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Financed by the MAVA Foundation (Switzerland), the Michael Succow Foundation (MSF), in cooperation with various experts from Azerbaijan, conducted a detailed gap analysis of potential future. Potential Analysis for Further Nature Conservation in Azerbaijan hand they hold a particular species composition of reptiles, small mammals and birds that can only be found in this region. The first comprehensive nature guidebook to Azerbaijan - it covers bird species as well as detailed landscape and nature descriptions. Filled with details, it will also take you to the country's remotest corners, describe its natural highlights and assist you with practical hints like finding a place for the night. Valuable inputs were received by Azerbaijan-based nongovernment organizations (NGOs), especially Adventist Development and Relief Agency International, Mercy Corps, and World Wildlife Fund. The Regional Environment Center for the Caucasus helped organize a productive meeting with local NGOs. The views expressed in this book are those of the authors.
In August , the 2nd edition of the Red book of Azerbaijan was published. The Red Book contains updated information on the status of rare, threatened and endangered wild plant and animal species for the entire territory of the country, including Azerbaijan's sector of . highly significant nature conservation values of the region, and to evaluate the potential to bring forward a further nomination on a transboundary basis. Property Historic Centre of Sheki with the Khan’s Palace ID No. Rev State Party Azerbaijan Criteria proposed by State Party (ii)(iii)(iv)(v) See ICOMOS Additional Evaluation Book, Country Study on Biodiversity and Fourth National Report The Republic of Azerbaijan 4 Summary of existing measures, capacity and experience for biodiversity. The current stage of the inventory of soil resources of Azerbaijan on the national level is closely linked to the country's process of adaptation to the conditions of the new geopolitical realities.
The area is part of the climatic region of Azerbaijan characterized by dry semi-deserts and dry steppes with Potential Analysis for Further Nature Conservation in Azerbaijan hot summers and cold winters. Compared to the lower altitudes, there is a sharp differentiation, and continen- tal climatic effects prevail. general comments on the extent and nature of the habitat such as disturbance, anthropological uses and nature conservation significance. Habitats were identified in accordance withThe Vegetation Map of Azerbaijan, and species were . He author of more than publications including 7 books and about articles. His scientific interests cover potential (magnetic, gravity, thermal) and quasi-potential geophysical field analysis in complex environments, integrated interpretation of geophysical and geological data, tectonic, geodynamic, and paleomagnetic reconstructions. Abstract. One of the primary challenges of our time is to feed a growing and more demanding world population with reduced external inputs and minimal environmental impacts, all under more variable and extreme climate conditions in the future 1,2,3,4. Conservation agriculture represents a set of three crop management principles Cited by: