The Arid Lands Newsletter #37: TOC

Title: The Arid Lands Newsletter #37: TOC

Conserving Drylands Biodiversity


Number 37: Spring/Summer 1995

John M. Bancroft

Online Graphics
Merrill Parsons

Cover Design
Steve Tkachyk

Print Circulation
Mary Villafane

On the cover: The biodiversity of Chile's drylands is illustrated in a trio of photos by Chilean scientist Gloria Montenegro. The dominant image is of the plant Puya chiloensis from central Chile and the inset photos were taken in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile, at Arica (left) and at Laguna de Chungara. For more, see the article Biodiversity Prospecting in the Drylands of Chile, Argentina & Mexico.

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