Bibliographies

Examen périodique

  • Price M. F., Park J. J. and Bouamrane M., 2010. Reporting progress on internationally designated sites: The periodic review of biosphere reserves. Environmental Science & Policy 13 (2010) 549-557.
  • Bouamrane M., 2007. L’examen périodique : un moment clef pour le dialogue. In : Le dialogue dans les réserves de biosphère : Repères, Pratiques et Expériences. Notes Techniques Réserves de Biosphère n. 2. UNESCO, Paris.

Le MAB à 40 ans !

Use and Conservation of the Resources of the Biosphere. 1969. UNESCO.
Proceedings of the intergovernmental conference of experts on the scientific basis for rational use and conservation of the resources of the biosphere. Paris, 4-13 September 1968. Natural Resources Research Series 10. Paris: UNESCO.

The relevance of MAB. Environmental Conservation, 7(3): 179-184. Batisse, M. 1980.   

Ecology in Practice. Volume I - Ecosystem Management. Volume II - The Social Response. 1984. F. di.  Castri et al. (eds).  Based on papers presented at the conference ‘Ecology in Practice – Establishing a Scientific Basis for Land Management’, 22-29 September 1981, organized jointly by UNESCO and ICSU to mark ten years of the Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme. Dublin: Tycooly, and Paris: UNESCO.

Biosphere Reserves: innovations for cooperation in the search for sustainable development. 1985. G. Francis. Environments, 17(3): 23-26.

Twenty years of international programmes on ecosystems and the biosphere. 1985. F. di Castri. In : T.F. Malone, J.G. Roederer (eds), Global Change, pp. 314-331. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Program. 1988. M.I. Dyer, M.M. Holland. BioScience, 38: 635-641.

Humankind in the biosphere: The evolution of international interdisciplinary research. 1990. M.F. Price. Global Environmental Change, December 1990: 3-13.

Biosphere Reserves: The Seville Strategy & the Statutory Framework of the World Network. 1996. UNESCO. Paris UNESCO. (.pdf)

Biosphere reserves: special places for people and nature. M. Hadley (Ed.). UNESCO.2002.

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