Endangered Species: A Reference Handbook

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ABC-CLIO, 1998 - Law - 269 pages
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This timely volume examines the complex questions surrounding endangered animal species. The book defines endangered species, presents arguments over their importance, and addresses the question of biodiversity. Also included are biographical sketches of individuals and organizations committed to saving endangered species, as well as key U.S. and international laws and covenants. Listing of print and nonprint resources are provided to facilitate further research.

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This latest in the publisher's excellent "Contemporary World Issues" reference series focuses on endangered species and serves as a valuable complement to Anne Becher's Biodiversity: A Reference ... Read full review


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Clifford J. Sherry, PhD, is a research scientist.

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