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  • Page 15 and 16: The Wider Caribbean Region Location
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  • Page 20 and 21: The theme of this CIPO - Farming Ch
  • Page 22: Naitram Ramnanan, a CAB Internation
  • Page 26 and 27: Soil Loss growing food crops withou
  • Page 28 and 29: 1. What on Earth is Soil? 1.1 Soil
  • Page 30 and 31: 1.2 Benefits of Fully Functioning S
  • Page 32 and 33: 2 Soils of the Caribbean The region
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  • Page 42 and 43: As indicted by the Haiti outcome, p
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  • Page 46 and 47: • Permaculture The term permacult
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    • Bio-stimulation, to enhance the

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    Figure 3: Various Systems of Soille

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    Figure 5 Aeroponic production of ca

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    4.2 Suitability of Soilless Techniq

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    5. Conclusions and options forward

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    5.2 Options Forward Knowledge of ap

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    As of 2011, no comprehensive bodies

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    Forest Cover: Securing ecosystem se

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    Forest Cover securing ecosystem ser

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    1. Forests FAO defines forest as

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    1.1 Forests of the Caribbean The cu

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    Table 2: Forest Types of the Caribb

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    Many of these forest vegetative zon

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    2. Functional Forests 2.1 Ecosystem

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    ) Rainfall generation Agriculture i

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    c) Watershed services: Watershed se

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    When scarce freshwater resources ar

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    Table 5: Key Features of Timber Pro

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    The rural poor of the Caribbean hav

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    Note #6: From ‘Wild’ to ‘Cult

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    3. De-Foresting the Caribbean 3.1 U

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    Large-gap disturbances pose major p

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    • Tourism Development There is ev

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    Praslin Bay after clearing for cons

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    Note #8 Banana Industry Expansion a

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    4. Changing Climate and Forest Ecos

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    While there are still a number of u

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    Note #10: Guyana and REDD In suppor

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    5. Conclusions and Options Forward

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    5.2 Options forward The regional ch

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    (2) determine and measure the vulne

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    (4) include issues related to susta

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    3 Species under Siege: combating th

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    Part II engages in a detailed discu

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    Plant diversity and endemism are ve

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    1.2 Agricultural Biodiversity, Food

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    1.3 A Region With Vulnerable and Fr

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    Differences in precipitation patter

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    2.2 Clarifying the Invasive Alien N

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    It is important to understand that

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    Meissner et al (2009) also cited US

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    vibrant informal trade of agricultu

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    A review of the phytosanitary laws

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    viii. International Mail Public and

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    increased as a result. Increased at

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    Understanding the pathways through

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    Hence while the origins of several

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    In order to understand the impacts

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    Note #6 Understanding IAS Socio-Eco

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    Agri-Industry/IAS threat: Citrus IA

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    Agri-Industry/IAS threat: Beekeepin

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    Agri-Industry/IAS threat: Cocoa IAS

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    Agri-Industry/IAS threat: Poultry I

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    (d) inspection. A further benefit o

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    4.2 Prevent them from Spreading! Ea

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    4.3 Control their Populations The f

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    4.3.3 Control: The objective of con

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    Table 4: Summary of biological cont

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    Indeed the experience of the Caramb

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    5. Conclusions and Options Forward

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    The abandonment of agricultural lan

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    Given the IAS threat, the policy an

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    Note #11 Status of Laws for IAS Man

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    species. Most IAS are unknowingly m

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    Caribbean states have recognised th

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    The theme of this CIPO - Farming Ch

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