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Tables of Contents for People, Plants and Protected Areas
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
The `People and Plants' Initiative
ix
 
Alan Hamilton
Panel of advisers
x
 
Foreword
xi
 
Preface
xiii
 
Why conserve plant resources in situ?
1
10
In situ and ex situ approaches to plant conservation
3
5
Integrating in situ and ex situ strategies
8
3
In situ plant conservation: who is involved?
11
18
Why focus on local people?
12
5
Why emphasize protected areas?
17
2
Protected area approaches to plant conservation
19
3
Protected area-local resident interactions: a historical synopsis
22
2
An emerging protected areas philosophy: adoption of biosphere reserve principles
24
5
Working with local communities
29
56
Documenting and understanding local perspectives
31
31
Beyond appraisal: addressing local concerns in plant resource management
62
20
Summary
82
3
Setting priorities and planning for management
85
48
Identifying what is out there: inventories of useful plant resources
86
17
Ecological criteria for identifying priorities in plant resource conservation
103
7
Characterizing threats to plant resources
110
6
Putting it all together: planning for in situ management
116
15
Summary: keeping management adaptive
131
2
Monitoring and evaluating plant resource management
133
34
Defining monitoring and evaluation
134
1
Planning a monitoring program
135
5
Implementing evaluation
140
2
Tools for monitoring and evaluating plant resources
142
23
Summary
165
2
Traditional agriculture and plant conservation
167
46
Defining traditional agriculture
168
5
Who practices traditional agriculture?
173
1
Plant resources in traditional agricultural systems
173
3
Why is traditional agriculture threatened?
176
1
Genetic erosion
177
4
Documenting agricultural plant resources
181
2
Diversity and dynamics of agricultural landscapes
183
6
Landrace diversity and variability
189
6
Conserving plant resources in traditional agricultural landscapes
195
3
Conserving landraces: farmer-based approaches
198
12
Intellectual property rights: who benefits from seeds and other plant resources?
210
2
Summary
212
1
Appendices
213
14
A Further reading
213
6
B A model for quantifying the threat of genetic erosion
219
4
C Schematic background for collecting background information on crop varieties
223
4
References
227
14
Index
241