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Monthly Article Catalogue   

   

   2010 Year   

 

 

The Caribbean Seabird Initiative: Invasives

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 3 Issue 3

Power of Partnerships for Region-Wide Bird ConservationPromoted in Month-Long Festival

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 3 Issue 2

Message from Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity on the occasion of World Wetlands Day

 

 

 

 

     2009 Year    

 

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 2 Issue 4

 

Biodiversity Databases

       

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 2 Issue 3

       

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 2 Issue 2

Contributed by NEPA       

New free software helps identify key areas for environmental protection

Sourced from iNSnet http://www.insnet.org/ins_headlines.rxml?id=39392&photo

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 2

Contributed by NEPA        

    2008 Year

*Vol. 1, Issues 2 and 3 were not Articles of the Month but have been added for completeness of the Aliens of Xaymaca Series.

*Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 1 Issue 3

Contributed by NEPA

*Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 1 Issue 2

Contributed by NEPA

Aliens of Xamayca, a newsletter on non-indigenous species in Jamaica Volume 1

Contributed by NEPA

Building the Capacities of Caribbean Countries for Effective Participation in the BCH"

Contributed by Marydelene Vasquez UNEP-GEF Regional Adviser on BCH for the Caribbean Region

Tribute To Audrey Downer 1918-2007

Contributed by Catherine Levy

Florula of Lime Cay- an account of the vascular plants on a small Jamaican islet

Maarten J.M. Christenhusz published in the journal Schlechtendalia vol. 17 (2008)

The Impacts of Climate Change on the Coral Reefs of the Caribbean

 

Contributed by Marcia Chevannes Creary, Environmental Data Manager, Caribbean Coastal Data Centre, University of the West Indies

Black–Billed Parrot (Amazona Agils) Population Viability Assessment (PVA): A Science-Based Prediction For Policy Makers

Susan E. Koenig Published by ORNITOLOGIA NEOTROPICAL 19 (Suppl.): 135–149, 2008

 

Jacqueline daCosta Champions GIS

Published in ESRI ArcNews Vol.29 No.4

 

National Best Community Competition & Programme 2007 Report

Author and Affiliation, Jacqueline DaCosta, Chairperson, National Steering Committee, Best Community Competition & Programme

The Royal Botanic Gardens of Hope - Contributing to Jamaica Plant's Diversity

Author and Affiliation, Lois A.T. Morgan & Karl N. Binger.

 

International Coral Reef Initiative - International Year of the Reef

Contributed by, Francis Staub, IYOR Coordinator (http://www.iyor.org)

  2007 Year

Nature's Christmas Blessings

Created by the Natural History Division, Institute of Jamaica contact person Ms. Elizabeth Morrison - Zoologist.

 

Geographic Information System (GIS), What is GIS?

By Spatial Data Management Division, secretariat of the Land Information Council of Jamaica (LICJ)

 

Biodiversity and Education in Jamaica: The Link

By Natural History Division, Institute Of Jamaica

 

Vines and Conopy contact: A route for snake predation on parrot nests

By Susan E. Koenig, Joseph M. Wunderle, Jr and Ernesto C. Enkerlin-Hoeflich

 

Establishment of the Invasive White-tailed Deer in Portland, Jamaica.

By Shauna-Lee Chai, Conservation Officer at Jamaica Conservation & Development Trust

 

Working together for birds and people.

By BirdLife International and David Wege

 

The Collection of  Natural History Specimens in Jamaica 17th – 19th Century.

By Elizabeth Morrison, March 2007.

 

“Managing and protecting Jamaica’s land, wood and water”

By National Environmental and Planning Agency (NEPA), February 2007.

 

Aphids (Plant Lice) of Jamaica.

By Tannice Hall, January 2007.

 

2006 Year

Controlling the spread of one of the world’s worst alien weed species, Chromolaena odorata, in South Africa.

By Marsha Robinson, December 2006.

A Framework to Manage Jamaica's Protected Areas.

By Sacha-Renée Todd, November 2006.

 

Managing Jamaica's Queen Conch Resources.

By Karl Aiken, Andre Kong, Stephen Smikle, Richard Appeldoorn & George Warner, October 2006.

 

The Value of Biodiversity.

By Shani Parchment, M.Eng and Luciana Gordon-Smith M.Eng.Sci, September 2006

 

Coral Biodiversity & Zonation on a Pleistocene Reef, Southeastern Jamaica.

By Sherene A. James, August 2006

 

Jamaica's Marine Biodiversity.

By Professor Ivan Goodbody, July 2006

 

Marine Mammals Strandings in Jamaica.

By Christine O’Sullivan, June 2006

 

Potential Invasion alert for Red Imported Fire Ants, Solenopsis invicta.

BY Shakira Azan, May 2006.

 

The Aquatic Exodus: An Overview of Migratory Speices in Jamaican Fresh Water systems.

By Kimberly John & Ms. Aisha Bailey, April 2006.

 

Pedro Bank Atlantic & Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment (AGRRA), April 18-26, 2005.

By Nathalie Zenny, March 2006.

 

The American Crocodile, Crocodylus acutus, in Jamaica.

By Dion Kelly, February 2006.

 

Introduction to the Cactus Moth (Cactoblastis cactorum).

By Philip Rose, January 2006.

 

2005 Year

The Jamaica Coral Reef Monitoring Network.

By Ms. Loureene Jones, December 2005.

 

Royal Palm Reserve: Bird Feature Black Crowned Night Heron.

By Keisha Spencer, November 2005.

 

CaVortEx IV Oceanographic Cruise Observership.

By Ava Maxam, October 2005.

 

Water Quality & Plankton Associated with a Shrimp Mariculture farm.

By Nadia –Deen Ferguson, September 2005.

 

Cargo Ships: Space Shuttles for Aliens.

By Dayne Buddo, August 2005.

 

An introduction to understanding Phytoplankton Distribution along the Hellshire Coastline.

By Sean Townsend, July 2005.

 

Digitizing Jamaica’s Botanical Collections.

By Philip E. Rose, June 2005.

 

Postlarval settlement of the Caribbean Spiny Lobster P. argus in Jamaica.

By Mr. Llewelyn Meggs, May 2005.

 

The Introduced Red Claw Crayfish in Jamaica.

By Sacha-Renee Todd, April 2005.

 

Mason River’s Carnivorous Plants: A Lesson in Adaptation.

By Keron Campbell, March 2005.

 

The Use of "Pishing" & Playback to investigate Territorial behaviour.

By Marlon Beale, February 2005.

 

Pittosporum invasion of the Blue Mountains.

By Shauna-Lee Chai, January 2005.

 

 

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