Center for Biodiversity and its Project proposals. April, 2012. 1 .Introduction on Center for Biodiversity, State Academy of Sciences. - Established on 23th March, 1989 as Department of Biological Resource Conservation, Branch Academy of Biology, State Academy of Sciences
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1.Introduction on Center for Biodiversity,
State Academy of Sciences
-Established on 23th March, 1989 as Department of Biological Resource Conservation, Branch Academy of Biology, State Academy of Sciences
- Developed into independent Center for Biodiversity, State Academy of Sciences in April 2011
Regular investigation on the rare and endangered species of animals and plants across the country
Researches on the conservation of biological resources
Research on the environment impact assessment of the local areas
Ecological assessment on the nature reserves
Development of technologies for the restoration of degraded ecosystems and habitats
Improvement for the agro-ecological environment
Preparation of national reports and recommendations for the implementation of CBD
and their flyways
Project 1. Establishment of Biodiversity Monitoring System
To build the capacity for the improvement of conservation and management of biodiversity by establishing the biodiversity identification and monitoring system at local and national level.
Project 2. Updating of the “Red Data Book” and capacity- buildingfor the conservation of threatened species
To update the existing “Red Data Book” (animal and plant) and build the capacity for in-situ and ex-situ conservation of threatened species by assessing the priority order of threatened species conservation.
Project 3 Conservation of Black-faced spoonbill and
To identify the breeding site and improve the conservation of Black faced Spoonbill and cranes, the world threatened species.