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Scheduled Conference Title
 
GPPC 2011 A network approach to plant conservation in New Zealand Abstract
John William David Sawyer
 
GPPC 2011 A synthesis of the science and practice of plant reintroduction Abstract
Matthew Albrecht, Joyce Maschinski
 
GPPC 2011 Achieving GSPC Target 1: the UKOTs on-line herbarium Abstract
Colin Peter Clubbe, Sara Barrios, Martin A Hamilton
 
GPPC 2011 Achieving Target 2: Lessons learnt from assessing a megaflora Abstract
Domitilla Claudia Raimondo, Lize von Staden, John Donaldson
 
GPPC 2011 Action plan for Najas tenuissima and N. flexilis in Finland Abstract
Eija Marketta Kemppainen, Katariina Mäkelä, Jouni Issakainen, Marja Koistinen, Sirkka Hakalisto
 
GPPC 2011 Addressing Target Two of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation by Rapidly Identifying Puerto Rican Plants at Risk Abstract
Gary A Krupnick, James S Miller, Holly Porter-Morgan, Pedro Acevedo-Rodríguez
 
GPPC 2011 Advances in in-vitro conservation of potato germplasm in India Abstract
Jai Gopal
 
GPPC 2011 APPLYING LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE U.S. BOTANICAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT PROJECT TO TARGETS 15 AND 16 Abstract
Andrea T Kramer, Kayri Havens
 
GPPC 2011 Assessing Conservation Management Efforts Relative to Plant Community and Biodiversity Targets for the Hawaiian Islands Abstract
James D Jacobi, Samuel M Gon III, Samuel Aruch, Trae Menard, Loyal A Mehrhoff
 
GPPC 2011 Assessment of Distribution and Conservation Status of Threatened Plant Species in Indochina Abstract
Jacinto C Regalado Jr, Craig Hilton-Taylor, Sara Oldfield, Sam Lloyd, Ban Khac Ninh, Thai Huy Tran, Truong Hong Luu, Somchanh Bounphanmy, Lin Yok, Rachun Pooma
 
GPPC 2011 ASSISTED MIGRATION OF PLANTS: CHANGES IN LATITUDES, CHANGES IN ATTITUDES Abstract
Kayri Havens, Pati Vitt
 
GPPC 2011 BGCI's Role in GSPC Implementation Abstract
Sara Felicity Oldfield
 
GPPC 2011 Building capacity for the achievement of the GSPC in the Caribbean region Abstract
Colin Peter Clubbe
 
GPPC 2011 Building capacity to implement the Colombian Plant Conservation Strategy Abstract
Alberto Gomez-Mejia
 
GPPC 2011 Carbon stock and fluxes of two selected forest sanctuaries Abstract
Janaka Kuruppuarachchi, Gamini Senevirathne, Buddhika D. Madurapperuma, Peter G. Oduor
 
GPPC 2011 Conserving crop genetic diversity including crop wild relatives: progress over last decade Abstract
Mohammad Ehsan Dulloo
 
GPPC 2011 Considering biological and cultural diversity in the context of botanical conservation strategies Abstract
Christopher Paul Dunn
 
GPPC 2011 Contributions from Hawaiian Plant Conservation Efforts towards National GSPC Targets Abstract
Loyal A. Mehrhoff, Bruce G. Baldwin, Marie Bruegmann, Vickie L. Caraway, Margaret Clark, Christopher Dunn, Sam Gon, John Henshaw, James D. Jacobi, Trae Menard, Nellie Sugii, Warren L. Wagner, Chipper Wichman, Hau‘oli Wichman
 
GPPC 2011 Contributions of the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Madagascar Program toward achieving the GSPC 2011-2020 targets Abstract
Porter Prescott Lowry, George E. Schatz, Sylvie Andriambololonera
 
GPPC 2011 Ecological Restoration, the Restoration of Natural Capital, and the GSPC Targets 4, 5, 6, 10, and 14. Abstract
James C. Aronson
 
GPPC 2011 Educating Students about Computing Applications in Plant Conservation Abstract
Anu A. Gokhale
 
GPPC 2011 Fresh Air: How the Breathing Planet Programme breathes new life into the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, and the world Abstract
Tim Entwisle
 
GPPC 2011 From checklists to an eFlora for southern Africa: past experiences and future prospects for meeting Target 1 of the 2020 GSPC. Abstract
Neil R. Crouch, Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo
 
GPPC 2011 From The Plant List to a World Flora on-line: some future perspectives Abstract
Nicholas Turland
 
GPPC 2011 From Working List to World Flora- building on GSPC implementation to date Abstract
Alan Paton
 
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