Securing the Diversity of Crop Wild Relatives and Landraces
Based on the 2010 conference "Towards the establishment of genetic reserves for crop wild relatives and landraces in Europe", this book is the cutting edge discussion of agrobiodiversity conservation. By considering the benefits of understanding and preserving crop wild relatives and landraces, it encompasses issues as wide-ranging and topical as habitat protection, ecosystem health and food security.
Focusing on Europe, but globally relevant, Agrobiodiversity Conservation is ideal for postgraduate students of conservation and environmental studies, conservation professionals, policy makers and researchers.
Part I. Genetic reserve conservation of crop wild relatives
Part II. On-farm conservation of landraces
Part III. Priority setting and threat assessment
Part IV. In situ data management
Part V. In situ PGR conservation: policy implications and implementation
Part VI. Invited additional papers