New Madagascar Conservation Map Protects Maximum Number of Species in Biodiversity Hot Spot
April 10, 2008 | From the field | Conservation & Sustainable Development

An international team of researchers has developed a remarkable new roadmap for finding and protecting the best remaining holdouts for thousands of rare species that live only in Madagascar, according to a recent announcement made by the University of California, Berkeley. Madagascar is considered one of the most significant biodiversity hot spots in the world and is the one of eight focus regions of MacArthur's conservation grantmaking.

Read the press release.

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