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Global register of migratory species

Klaus Riede

Global register of migratory species

from global to regional scales : final report of the R&D-Projekt 808 05 081

by Klaus Riede

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Published by Federal Agency for Nature Conservation in Bonn, Germany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Migratory animals.,
  • Migratory animals -- Databases.,
  • Birds -- Migration.,
  • Birds -- Migration -- Databases.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFinal report of the R and D Projekt 808 05 081, GROMS 2nd version 2004
    StatementKlaus Riede.
    GenreDatabases.
    ContributionsGermany. Bundesamt für Naturschutz.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL754 .R535 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination329, xvi p. :
    Number of Pages329
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16811110M
    ISBN 103784338453
    LC Control Number2006502223

    UNEP/CMS Secretariat UN Campus Platz der Vereinten Nationen 1 Bonn Germany Tel (+49 ) Fax (+49 ) E-Mail: [email protected] Website: e Size: 2MB. Convention on Migratory Species. Part of: GS Prelims –Environment and GS-III- Conservation. In news: India will host the 13th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS COP13) A major United Nations wildlife conference; Theme“Migratory species connect the planet and together we welcome them home”.

    Read more about Population of most migratory species on global endangered list declining: Report on Business Standard. Despite some success stories, the population of most migratory species protected under the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) is declining, according to a report was cited by CMS officials at the 13th Convention on the Conservation of. Migratory species have special connectivity needs that may become more specialized with climate change (Figure ).Climate change alters the phenology of migratory species, causing them to arrive earlier and depart later in the poleward part of their range and to arrive later and depart earlier in the more equatorial end of their migration.

    In the inaugural session, India has taken over its Presidency for the next three years, till CMS is an environmental treaty under the aegis of the United Nations Environment Programme that provides a global platform for the conservation and sustainable use of migratory animals and their habitats.. The theme of CMS COP is ‘Migratory species connect the planet and together we welcome. It will provide a global platform for deliberations on the conservation and sustainable use of migratory wild animals and their habitat. Migratory Species in India. Migratory species are those animals that move from one habitat to another during different times of the year, due to various factors such as food, sunlight, temperature, climate, etc.


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Global register of migratory species by Klaus Riede Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Global register of migratory species book Register of Migratory Species (GROMS) summarizes our state of knowledge about migratory species. It consists of a relational database connected to a Geographical Information System (GIS).

GROMS supports the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) and will serve both scientific as well as conservational goals. The Global Register of Migratory Species (GROMS) summarizes our state of knowledge about migratory species. It consists of a relational database connected to a Geographical Information System (GIS).

GROMS supports the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) and will serve both scientific as well as conservational goals, trying to bridge existing gaps. Global Register of Migratory Species contains first results from a global analysis of threat status, maps for 90 species in printed format, and a complete printed list of migratory mammals, birds and reptiles.

Like other species, migrants suffer from habitat destruction, pollution, overfishing and hunting. Global Register of Migratory Species - From Global to Regional Scales Final Report of the R&D Projekt 05 About this book.

This second volume of the Global Register of Migratory Species complements the reference list of migratory vertebrate species with fishes and songbirds, in printed and digital format.

Global Register of Migratory Species; Global Register of Migratory Species. English. Attachment Size; : KB: French. Attachment Size; : KB: Related content. 1 Meetings Title Start date Country CMS Instrument.

The Global Register of Migratory Species identified approximately 5, migratory vertebrate species. The list was published as an Access database (with references), together with maps in GIS Author: Klaus Riede.

The Global Register of Migratory Species identified approximately 5, migratory vertebrate species. The list was published as an Access database (with references), together with maps in GIS forma t for about 1, : Klaus Riede.

Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals. About. Introduction; Parties and Non-parties. How to become a Party; Organizational Structure; Ambassadors; Partnerships; Global Register of Migratory Species (GROMS) Global Register of Migratory Species (GROMS) English.

Attachment Size; : KB. Global Register of Migratory Species - from Global to Regional Scales Final Report of the R&D-Projekt 05 supported by the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, with funds from the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety in cooperation with the UNEP Secretariat (Bonn).

Riede, K. Global register of migratory species - from global to regional scales. Final Report of the R&D-Project 05 Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, Bonn, Germany, p.

Global register of migratory species: from global to regional scales: final report of the R&D-Projekt 05 The Global Register of Migratory Species (GROMS) information system has been designed to store these complexities of migration within one geo-database.

Up to now, 1, migratory vertebrate species have been by: 7. Global Register of Migratory Species - GROMS, c/o Alexander Koenig Research Institute and Museum of Zoology, AdenaueralleeBonn, Germany Ref. Global Register of Introduced and Invasive Species. The Global Register of Invasive Species (GRIS) was developed as a concept and prototype by the IUCN SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG) in as part of a project undertaken for the Defenders of Wildlife on the Regulation of Live Animal Imports into the United States.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Global register of migratory species: from global to regional scales: final report of the R&D-Projekt 05 in SearchWorks catalog.

‘ The Global Register of Migratory Species (GROMS) ’ () 3 Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy ‘ Living on the Edge: The Snow Leopard ’ CMS Bulletin No. 16 (), pp. 18–19Author: Michael Bowman, Peter Davies, Catherine Redgwell. The "Global Register of Migratory Species" started inas a joint initiative between the Research Museum Alexander Koenig, Center for Development Research and the UNEP Convention on Migratory.

Migratory species often have a greater dispersal capability than sedentary species and this can allow them to find new habitats should their previous home range become degraded or lost altogether.

For example, approximately 17% of migratory bird species are extinct, threatened or near threatened with extinction, compared to 28% for sedentary Cited by: 4.

Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals at Wikisource. Signed in in Bonn, Germany, the Convention entered into force in As of Septemberthere were Member States to the Convention.

The depositary is the government of the Federal Republic of t: Wildlife conservation. AbstractThe Bonn Convention provides the principal global framework for intergovernmental cooperation in the conservation of migratory species.

It contains direct – though mostly qualified – requirements in respect of endangered migratory species and has facilitated the development of a large collection of ancillary Agreements, which aim to conserve particular species/groups of species Cited by: 1. The Register contains a migratory vertebrate species reference list, GIS maps and a literature database with full-text passages on migration.

Using the GROMS literature and accessory tables for data mining, knowledge gaps with respect to migration routes and seasonal timing were diagnosed for more than bird species. This analysis was based Author: Klaus Riede. The UN Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity released in May (IPBES Report) showed that The world could witness a mass extinction of 1 million species, including migratory species if humanity does not alter its course.

Despite some success stories, the populations of most migratory species covered by CMS are declining.Its current membership is nations who work to conserve migratory species throughout their range and across national borders. The Convention divides species into two appendices, Appendix I, lists species that are threatened with extinction and Appendix II, species that need or would benefit greatly from international cooperative conservation.