3 edition of Fauna and Flora of Palestine found in the catalog.
|Statement||University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations|
|Publishers||University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
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Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 65 1-2pp. Includes the plates of mammals and birds beautifully hand-colored, most lithographed by the important natural history artist, Joseph Smit. Biodiversity Conservation in Al-Makhrour Valley, Bethlehem, Palestine. The body of the book works through on a species by species basis giving the names in scientific format, common English where applicable and in biblical Hebrew and Arabic, details about the distribution and habits of the species both in the area covered and their worldwide distribution.
Non-indigenous terrestrial vertebrates in Israel and adjacent areas.
Non-indigenous land and freshwater gastropods in Israel. Wadi Al-Zarqa Al-Ulwi Protected Area near Salfit including not only survey of fauna and flora but also analysis of threats and designing plan of action and engaging local communities including school students in conservation issues.
2020-2022 three years in partnership with Galilee Society and Palestinian Center for Rapprochement between people. This project is funded by Darwin Initiative — UK…. In the last century there were Fauna and Flora of Palestine large wooded areas, but they were sacrificed when the railway was built and wood was required for it.
The survey will continue for the next 3 years. In 1846 he was ordained a priest. Buffer Zone for Wadi Qana Protected area funded by Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences.
Including all native vertebrates, molluscs and plants known at the time, the work was first published in 1884 and laid the foundation for zoological study in Palestine. He received his first substantial commission when he was asked to lithograph the birds of the Dutch East Indies for Hermann Schlegel of the Leiden Museum. Palestine is unique in its position geographicaly at intersection of continents. He studied at Durham School and Lincoln College, Oxford.
Yet, Palestine was subjected to decades of de-development, lack of Palestinian sovereignty over natural resources, and politics.
The survey will continue for the next 3 years.
Biodiversity Conservation and Community Development in Al-Makhrour Valley in Bethlehem, Palestine.