Virtual Library

The BIOFUND Virtual Library is an online archive of information on Mozambique’s biodiversity, organized along the lines suggested by the Convention on Biodiversity’s Clearing House Mechanism. The Virtual Library will strive to make available all the documents, studies, reports, articles, educational and communications materials, maps and digital files that have been produced, to serve as a repository of our collective institutional memory as a conservation community. The usefulness of the Virtual Library will improve the more we share amongst ourselves. If you have any materials that are not currently part of the Virtual Library, please click on "Add Document" and become a contributor.

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Conservation Trust Funds and the Private Sector: Emerging Approaches to Conservation FinanceCharlotte Siuring e Amilcar Guzmán Valladares2021




The current report presents the results of a qualitative research project on financial partnerships1 between Conservation Trust Funds (CTFs) and private sector actors. Its general aim was to contribute to the general knowledge development on CTFs for the Network of Latin American and Caribbean Environmental Funds (RedLAC), the Consortium of African Funds for the Environment (CAFÉ), interested CTFs, and conservation finance practitioners such as Wolfs Company’s consultants.


Wolfs Company




www.wolfscompany.com


N/A


English


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Environmental Education


None

Conservation Trust Funds and the Private Sector: Emerging Approaches to Conservation Finance
Os Dugongos do Arquipélago do BazarutoRuth H. Leeney2021




Este livro traz a história do dogongo no arquipélago do Bazaruto


Fundação Save Our Seas




saveourseas.com


N/A;
Inhambane


Portuguese


No Restrictions


Marine Biodiversity


PA Management Document


Communication and Public Awareness;
Environmental Education


Bazaruto Archipelago National Park

Os Dugongos do Arquipélago do Bazaruto
Red list of threatened species and ecosystems, identification and mapping of key biodiversity areas (KBAs) in Mozambique: Final report (Vol.I)Eleutério Duarte, Hermenegildo Matimele e Hugo Costa2021




The objectives of the Project is to: (i) establish the National Coordination Group (NCG) for the Key Biodiversity Areas, the Red List of threatened Species and Ecosystems and promote its use in spatial planning and decision-making, (ii) conduct global Red List assessments for endemic and nearendemic species of amphibians, reptiles, freshwater fish, butterflies and ecosystems, (iii) identify and map KBAs according to the 2016 IUCN’s Global Standards and (iv) build national capacity to identify, prevent and mitigate impacts on priority biodiversity (threatened species and ecosystems and KBAs).


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


English


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Gender and Biodiversity;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Red list of threatened species and ecosystems, identification and mapping of key biodiversity areas (KBAs) in Mozambique: Final report (Vol.I)
Key biodiversity areas (KBAs) identified in Mozambique: Factsheets Vol. IIEleutério Duarte, Hermenegildo Matimele, Hugo Costa, Kendall Jones2021




This report presents the factsheets for each of the 29 KBAs identified under this project, which briefly describe the characteristics of the site, the rationale behind them, the triggered criteria, the triggering species, and the main threats to which they are subject


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


English


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Gender and Biodiversity;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Key biodiversity areas (KBAs) identified in Mozambique: Factsheets Vol. II
Áreas-chave para a biodiversidade (KBAs) identificadas em Moçambique: Fichas técnicas Vol. IIEleutério Duarte, Hermenegildo Matimele, Hugo Costa, Kendall Jones2021




Neste relatório são apresentadas as fichas técnicas de cada uma das 29 KBAs identificadas no âmbito deste projecto, nas quais são resumidamente descritas as características do local, a fundamentação subjacente, os critérios activados, as espécies activadoras e as principais ameaças a que estão sujeitas


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Gender and Biodiversity


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Áreas-chave para a biodiversidade (KBAs) identificadas em Moçambique: Fichas técnicas Vol. II
Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) and Red List of Species and Ecosystems. Innovative Tools For Sustainable National DevelopmentUSAID, Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique2021




The study allows to determine the threat level which species and ecosystems are therefore subject to being a criticism indicator of the state of biodiversity, allowing authorities to direct conservation efforts for species and ecosystems that are priority. Red lists are used around the world for inform government policies and actions, international and private agencies sector. They are regularly updated in a global level and can also be applied in regional and national levels.


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique






N/A


English


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Climate Change and Biodiversity;
Communication and Public Awareness;
Ecosystem Restoration;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments;
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) and Red List of Species and Ecosystems. Innovative Tools For Sustainable National Development
Áreas-chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) e Lista Vermelha de Espécies e Ecossistemas. Ferramentas Indispensáveis Para o DesenvolvimentoUSAID, Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique2021




Permite determinar o grau de ameaça a que as espécies e ecossistemas estão sujeitos, constituindo um indicador crítico do estado da biodiversidade, permitindo que as autoridades direcionem os esforços de conservação para as espécies e ecossistemas que são prioritários. As listas vermelhas são usadas em todo o mundo, informando políticas e acções de governos, agências internacionais e sector privado. A sua actualização é feita regularmente a nível global e pode ser também aplicada a nível regional e nacional.


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique






Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Climate Change and Biodiversity;
Communication and Public Awareness;
Ecosystem Restoration;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments;
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Áreas-chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) e Lista Vermelha de Espécies e Ecossistemas. Ferramentas Indispensáveis Para o Desenvolvimento
Análise e Avaliação Multi-temporal da Mudança da Cobertura Vegetal e Uso de Solo na Bacia Hidrográfica de Búzi (1986-2016)António dos Anjos Luis, Sergio Niquisse e Aly Atumane Puna2017




O presente relatorio, espelha a analise e avaliacao da mudança da cobertura vegetal e de uso de solo na bacia hidrográfica do Búzi durante pelo menos 3 diferentes períodos temporais entre 1986 e 2016 aplicando as técnicas da Detecção remota para a análise de imagens do satélite e de fotografias aéreas.


Universidade Catolica de Moçambique- Centro de informação Geografica






N/A


Portuguese


No Restrictions


Other Terrestrial Biodiversity


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices


None

Análise e Avaliação Multi-temporal da Mudança da Cobertura Vegetal e Uso de Solo na Bacia Hidrográfica de Búzi (1986-2016)
Key biodiversity areas (KBAs) and red. Lists of species and ecosystemsUSAID, Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique2021




Establish the National Group of Coordination for the Key Areas for the Biodiversity and Red List of Species and threatened ecosystems and promote their use in spatial planning and decision-making; Carry out global Red List assessments for endemic and almost endemic species of amphibians, reptiles, freshwater fish, butterflies and ecosystems; Identify and map KBAs according to IUCN Global Standards 2016. Build national capacity to identify, avoid and mitigate impacts on biodiversity priority (species and ecosystems endangered species and KBAs).


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




keybiodiversityareas.org l iucnredlist.org


N/A


English


No Restrictions


General


Project Document, Project Reports and Evaluations


Ecosystem Restoration;
Gender and Biodiversity;
Impact Assessment


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Key biodiversity areas (KBAs) and red. Lists of species and ecosystems
Key biodiversity areas (KBAs): The most important places in the world for species and their habitatsUSAID, Wildlife Conservation Society, Key biodiversity areas, Red list2021




Descriptive and illustrative map of number of KBAs identified in terrestrial, number of KBAs identified by taxonomic group, coverage of the KBAs identified in Mozambique, % of trigger species by taxonomic groups, % of KBA area under formal protection


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique






N/A


English


No Restrictions


General


Maps and georeferenced data (images, shp files, etc.)


Biological and Cultural Diversity


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Key biodiversity areas (KBAs): The most important places in the world for species and their habitats
Áreas-chave para a biodiversidade (KBAs): locais mais importantes do planeta para as espécies e seus habitantesUSAID, Wildlife Conservation Society, Key biodiversity areas, Red list2021




Mapa descritivo e ilustrativo de números de KBAs identificadas no meio terrestre e marinho, percentagem de cobertura de KBAs identificadas em Mocambique, números de KBAs identificadas por cada grupo taxonomico, percentagem de Critério de KBA desencadeado/local, percentagem de especies activadoras por grupo taxonomico, percentagem da area de KBAs sob Protecção formal.


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique






N/A;
Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General


Maps and georeferenced data (images, shp files, etc.)


Biological and Cultural Diversity


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Áreas-chave para a biodiversidade (KBAs): locais mais importantes do planeta para as espécies e seus habitantes
Directrizes sobre Negócios e KBAs: Gestão de Riscos para a BiodiversidadeUICN2021




Traz Implementação da hierarquia de mitigação para a gestão de riscos para a biodiversidade associados a operações com impacto sobre a biodiversidade pela qual a KBA é importante; Implementação de salvaguardas e padrões ambientais de instituições financeiras internacionais, para os projectos que afectam a biodiversidade pela qual a KBA é importante; Concepção e revisão de padrões de sustentabilidade, incluindo para os sistemas de certificação e finanças de projectos; Definição de requisitos para o licenciamento de actividades comerciais com potencial impacto sobre a biodiversidade pela qual a KBA é importante;Orientação e informação relativas ao envolvimento entre as organizações da sociedade civil e as entidades empre


UICN




https://doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.CH.2018.05.pt


N/A


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General


Peer-reviewed article


Legal and Political (Laws, Regulations, Action Plans, Strategies, etc.);
Economics, Trade and Incentive Measures;
Ecosystem Restoration;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments


None

Directrizes sobre Negócios e KBAs: Gestão de Riscos para a Biodiversidade
SOME BIRDS SEEN ON BAZARUTO ISLANDM. L. van Eyssen1958


1950


In June, 1950, three weeks were spent on Bazaruto Island situated in the Mozambique Channel at latitude 22' south, and longitude 35° east. As the crow flies, Bazaruto is about 15 miles from Vilanculos on the Portuguese East African coast, and is approximately 30 miles long with a maximum width of 8 miles. icularly attractive to waders. A large tidal rise and fall provides miles of mud flats on which all kinds of waders feed in hundreds. The list submitted is incomplete, as the time spent on the island (22 days) allowed little time for detailed study. The nomenclature follows Roberts (Birds of South Africa, 1946)


Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology, 29:1, 14-18




https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00306525.1958.9639061


Inhambane


English


No Restrictions


Marine Biodiversity;
Coastal Biodiversity


Peer-reviewed article


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Threats to Biodiversity


Bazaruto Archipelago National Park

SOME BIRDS SEEN ON BAZARUTO ISLAND
Rapid Visual Assessment of Fish Communities on Selected Reefs in the Bazaruto ArchipelagoJade Q. Maggs , Camilla Floros , Marcos A.M. Pereira and Michael H. Schleyer2010


2007


Rapid visual censuses were conducted of fish on eight coral reefs in the Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique, in 2007. SCUBA and snorkelling were used for the censuses in depths between 1-20 m, yielding an inventory of 249 fish species belonging to 50 families. This is intended to serve as a baseline for more detailed studies and monitoring programmes in the future. Although fewer species were recorded relative to other studies conducted in the Western Indian Ocean, the trophic structure on Bazaruto’s reefs proved typical for the region, indicating a relative measure of reef health. However, other regional studies were not directly comparable, differing in habitat, duration of sampling effort and methodology. This highlighted the need for a l


Western Indian Ocean J. Mar. Sci. Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 115 - 134, 2010






Inhambane


English


No Restrictions


Marine Biodiversity;
Coastal Biodiversity


Peer-reviewed article


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments


Bazaruto Archipelago National Park

Rapid Visual Assessment of Fish Communities on Selected Reefs in the Bazaruto Archipelago
First record of the sea slug Stylocheilus striatus (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) (Anaspidea, Aplysiidae) and swarming behavior for Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique with the first record of Pleurobranchus forskalii Rüppel & Leuckart, 1828 (Nudipleura, Pleurobranchidae) for Bazaruto Island (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia)Adrienne Jochum and Adrien Favre2017


likely in October 2015


Two heterobranch species, Stylocheilus striatus (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) (Anaspidea, Aplysiidae) and leurobranchus forskalii Rüppel & Leuckart, 1828 (Nudipleura, Pleurobranchidae) are reported for the first time for Bazaruto Island, Mozambique. Swarming behavior of Stylocheilus striatus, which was previously described for other localities, was also observed for the first time in the Bazaruto Archipelago. The sea slugs were photographed in situ and identified in sync with their species descriptions, photographic databases and the current literature.


Check List 13 (5): 435–441




https://doi.org/10.15560/13.5.435


Inhambane


English


No Restrictions


Marine Biodiversity;
Coastal Biodiversity


Peer-reviewed article


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments


Bazaruto Archipelago National Park

First record of the sea slug Stylocheilus striatus (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) (Anaspidea, Aplysiidae) and swarming behavior for Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique with the first record of Pleurobranchus forskalii Rüppel & Leuckart, 1828 (Nudipleura, Pleurobranchidae) for Bazaruto Island (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia)
Distribution and abundance of humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae, off the coast of Mozambique, 2003KEN FINDLAY, MICHAEL MEŸER, SIMON ELWEN , DEON KOTZE, RYAN JOHNSON, PIETER TRUTER , CELESTINO UAMUSSE, SAMUEL SITOE, CHRIS WILKE, SVEN KERWATH, STEPHEN SWANSON, LINDA STAVEREES AND JAN VAN DER WESTHUIZEN2011


2003


Humpback whales within the southwestern Indian Ocean undertake annual migrations from summer antarctic/Southern Ocean feeding grounds to winter breeding grounds in the tropical and sub-tropical coastal waters of Mozambique, Madagascar and the central Mozambique Channel Islands. Little is known of the inter-relationship of humpback whales on each of these wintering grounds, or the inter-relationship of these wintering grounds with the summer Antarctic feeding grounds. A line-transect survey of cetacean species was carried out in Mozambique coastal waters between Cabo Inhaca (26°00’S, 33°05’E) and just north of Mozambique Island (14°26’S, 40°53’E) and between the 20 and 200m isobaths, over the period 26 August to 7 September 2003. The...


J. CETACEAN RES. MANAGE. (SPECIAL ISSUE) 3, 163–174, 2011






Inhambane


English


No Restrictions


Marine Biodiversity;
Coastal Biodiversity


Peer-reviewed article


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Gender and Biodiversity;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments


Bazaruto Archipelago National Park

Distribution and abundance of humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae, off the coast of Mozambique, 2003
Illegal Wildlife Trade and Financial Investigations in West AfricaAlexandria Reid and Mark Williams2021




IN THE LAST five years, West Africa has emerged as a major source and transit hub in the global illegal wildlife trade (IWT).1 The industrial scale of the multi-tonne, multi-product seizures originating from West Africa clearly demonstrates that profit-driven organised crime groups are running the trade. Yet, while the significance of the region in global IWT flows is increasingly recognised, very little is known about the financial aspects of these criminal operations.


RUSI Occasional Paper, April 2021. ISSN 2397-0286 (Online)






N/A;
Todas as Províncias


English


Permitted


General


PA Management Document


Legal and Political (Laws, Regulations, Action Plans, Strategies, etc.);
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity;
Threats to Biodiversity


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Illegal Wildlife Trade and Financial Investigations in West Africa
A missing piece of the Papio puzzle: Gorongosa baboon phenostructure and intrageneric relationshipsFelipe I. Martinez , Cristian Capelli, Maria J. Ferreira da Silva , Vera Aldeias, Zeresenay Alemseged, William Archer, Marion Bamford, Dora Biro, Rene Bobe, David R. Braun, Jorg M. Habermann, Tina Lüdecke, Hilario Madiquida , Jacinto Mathe, Enquye Negash, Luis M. Paulo , Maria Pinto, Marc Stalmans, Frederico Tat , Susana Carvalho2019


2016, 2017


Most authors recognize six baboon species: hamadryas (Papio hamadryas), Guinea (Papio papio), olive (Papio anubis), yellow (Papio cynocephalus), chacma (Papio ursinus), and Kinda (Papio kindae). However, there is still debate regarding the taxonomic status, phylogenetic relationships, and the amount of gene flow occurring between species. Here, we present ongoing research on baboon morphological diversity in Gorongosa National Park (GNP), located in central Mozambique, south of the Zambezi River, at the southern end of the East African Rift System. The park exhibits outstanding ecological diversity and hosts more than 200 baboon troops. Gorongosa National Park baboons have previously been classified as chacma baboons (P. ursinus). In ...


Journal of Human Evolution 130 (2019) 1-20




https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2019.01.007 0047-2484


Sofala


English


No Restrictions


Forest Biodiversity;
Other Terrestrial Biodiversity


Peer-reviewed article


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Gender and Biodiversity


Gorongosa National Park

A missing piece of the Papio puzzle: Gorongosa baboon phenostructure and intrageneric relationships
An assessment of trade, mortalities and anthropogenic threats facing lions in Tanzania and MozambiqueMole, K. H., Newton, D. TRAFFIC2021


2019


In recent years, several studies have highlighted concerns about an emerging and increasing trade in African Lion parts and derivatives both domestically within African countries, and internationally to Asian markets. However, the extent and impact of this trade on lion populations in Africa remains undocumented across most of their range. African Lion numbers are in decline primarily due to anthropogenic influences such as retaliatory killing by humans, depletion of their prey-base due to the bushmeat trade, habitat loss and conversion, and poorly regulated trophy hunting. Understanding the additional impact of trade on wild lion populations is critical for current and future conservation of the species. In this study..


TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, United Kingdom






Niassa;
Sofala


English


No Restrictions


Forest Biodiversity;
Other Terrestrial Biodiversity


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Gender and Biodiversity;
Impact Assessment


Gorongosa National Park;
Niassa National Reserve;
International Protected Areas

An assessment of trade, mortalities and anthropogenic threats facing lions in Tanzania and Mozambique
Evaluating the Effect of Non-Timber Forest Products on Rural Livelihoods in Macula-Marrupa Corridor Niassa Special Reserve, Mozambique: Implication for Income and Food SecurityMario Paulo da Silva Falcao, Lubega Gerald, Ssekaandi Joseph and Natasha Ribeiro2021


2019, 2020


Contemporarily, there has been a growing interest in the role played by Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) towards improving livelihoods among rural populaces. This has been facilitated by the fact that communities living close to forest solely rely on NTFPs at a great extent for their livelihoods and thus, any effort in conserving such resources as a requirement in understanding how the host communities get to interact with them. The study employed a multistage sampling technique including proportionate and convenience sampling. A sample of 377 households was surveyed using a questionnaire. Key informant interviews with NTFP traders were conducted as well as observation on the commonly used NTFPs. Univariate and linear logistic ...


American-Eurasian J. Agric. & Environ. Sci., 21 (1): 11-21, 2021




DOI: 10.5829/idosi.aejaes.2021.11.21


Niassa


English


No Restrictions


Forest Biodiversity


Peer-reviewed article


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity;
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices;
Community Use of Biodiversity


Niassa National Reserve

Evaluating the Effect of Non-Timber Forest Products on Rural Livelihoods in Macula-Marrupa Corridor Niassa Special Reserve, Mozambique: Implication for Income and Food Security
Áreas-chave para a biodiversidade (KBA) e listas vermelhas de espécies e ecossistemas. Ferramentas indispensáveis para o desenvolvimento nacional sustentável.USAID, Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique2021




Traz o papel desempenhado pelas KBAs; Os contributos das KBAs para o ODS; Abordagem do projecto; Resultados alcançados com a implementação do projecto e as KBAs identificadas pelo projecto


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




keybiodiversityareas.org l iucnredlist.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General


Project Document, Project Reports and Evaluations


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Ecosystem Restoration;
Gender and Biodiversity


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Áreas-chave para a biodiversidade (KBA) e listas vermelhas de espécies e ecossistemas. Ferramentas indispensáveis para o desenvolvimento nacional sustentável.
Breve anáise e recomendações Sobre o tipo de gestão e protecção possíveis para as áreas-chave para a biodiversidade (KBAs) identificadas em Moçambique (Vol. III)Eleutério Duarte, Hugo Costa, Hermenegildo Matimele, Naseeba Sidat2021




Este relatório traz a relação existente entre as KBAs e as áreas de conservação, faz uma análise em relação a sobreposição das KBAs identificadas com as Áreas de Conservação e outras áreas classificadas existentes em Moçambique, incluindo o mapa geral das KBAs identificadas através do presente projecto, faz uma breve análise sobre o tipo de gestão e protecção possíveis para cada uma das KBAs identificadas em função do seu estado actual e grau de ameaças, traz uma breve análise de opções legais para reconhecer as KBAs no quadro legal nacional e traz um quadro resumo com a síntese da informação para cada uma das KBAs identificadas.


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




https://mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Gender and Biodiversity;
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Breve anáise e recomendações Sobre o tipo de gestão e protecção possíveis para as áreas-chave para a biodiversidade (KBAs) identificadas em Moçambique (Vol. III)
Plano de Maneio Do Parque Ecológico de Malhazine 2020-2030Administração Nacional das Areas de Conservação2020


2020-2030


O presente plano, traz a Caracterização do ambiente biofísico e socioeconómico, Plano de Zoneamento, Descrição dos Programas de Maneio da Reserva Biológica do PEM para um período de 10 anos e Plano de Acção para 3 anos


Administração Nacional das Areas de Conservação






N/A;
Maputo


Portuguese


No Restrictions


Other Terrestrial Biodiversity


PA Management Document


Legal and Political (Laws, Regulations, Action Plans, Strategies, etc.)


Malhazine Ecological Park

Plano de Maneio Do Parque Ecológico de Malhazine 2020-2030
KEY BIODIVERSITY AREAS (KBAs) IDENTIFIED IN MOZAMBIQUE: Factsheets Vol. IIEleutério Duarte, Hermenegildo Matimele e Hugo Costa2021


2021


This report presents Key Areas for Biodiversity or simply KBAs (from English Key Biodiversity Areas) are places that contribute significantly to the persistence of biodiversity at the global level, both in terrestrial and freshwater systems, marine and underground.


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


English


No Restrictions


General;
Forest Biodiversity;
Mountain Biodiversity;
Other Terrestrial Biodiversity;
Inland Waters and Wetlands Biodiversity;
Marine Biodiversity;
Coastal Biodiversity


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Environmental Education;
Impact Assessment;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments;
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

KEY BIODIVERSITY AREAS (KBAs) IDENTIFIED IN MOZAMBIQUE: Factsheets Vol. II
Lista Vermelha de Espécies Ameaçadas e Ecossistemas, Identificação e Mapeamento de Áreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) em MoçambiqueEleutério Duarte, Hermenegildo Matimele e Hugo Costa2021


2021


Este relatório descreve as actividades, os principais resultados, os desafios, as conclusões, recomendações e próximos passos que resultaram da implementação do projecto “Lista vermelha de espécies ameaçadas, ecossistemas, identificação e mapeamento de Áreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) em Moçambique "


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Impact Assessment;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Lista Vermelha de Espécies Ameaçadas e Ecossistemas, Identificação e Mapeamento de Áreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) em Moçambique
Áreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) Identificadas em Moçambique: Fichas Tecnicas VOL.IIEleutério Duarte, Hugo Costa e Hermenegildo Matimele2021


2021


Este relatorio tem por objectivo apresentar As Áreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade ou simplesmente KBAs (do inglês Key Biodiversity Areas) são locais que contribuem significativamente para apersistênciadabiodiversidade a nível global, tanto em sistemas terrestres, como de água doce, marinhos e subterrâneos


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General;
Forest Biodiversity;
Mountain Biodiversity;
Other Terrestrial Biodiversity;
Inland Waters and Wetlands Biodiversity;
Marine Biodiversity;
Coastal Biodiversity


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments;
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Áreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) Identificadas em Moçambique: Fichas Tecnicas VOL.II
Breve Análise e Recomendações Sobre o Tipo de Gestão e Proteção Possiveis para as Àreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) Identificadas em MoçambiqueEleutério Duarte, Hugo Costa, Hermenegildo Matimele, Naseeba Sidat2021




Este relatório descreve a relação entre as KBAs e as Áreas de Conservação, faz uma análise da cobertura total, em termos de número e área, das KBAs que se encontram protegidas e não protegidas no país, e apresenta potenciais opções para gestão das KBAs de modo a que possam manter e melhorar os valores de biodiversidade que levaram à sua identificação, incluindo a sua eventual designação como área de conservação, de acordo com as categorias determinadas na Lei de Conservação 5/2017 (Lei de Proteção, Conservação e Uso Sustentável da Diversidade Biológica) e seu regulamento (Decreto 89/2017).


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




https://mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General;
Forest Biodiversity;
Mountain Biodiversity;
Other Terrestrial Biodiversity;
Inland Waters and Wetlands Biodiversity;
Marine Biodiversity;
Coastal Biodiversity


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Ecosystem Restoration;
Impact Assessment;
Protected Areas


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Breve Análise e Recomendações Sobre o Tipo de Gestão e Proteção Possiveis para as Àreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) Identificadas em Moçambique
Enquadramento Legal da Lista Vermelha de Espécies Ameaçadas de Áreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) em MoçambiqueGildo Espada Projecto, Eleutério Duarte, Hugo Costa e Hermenegildo Matimele2021


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O presente documento faz um enquadramento das iniciativas das Listas Vermelhas e das KBAs com as políticas e quadro legal e nacional, nomeadamente: Política de conservação e estratégia para a sua implementação; Estratégia e Plano de Acção para a conservação da diversidade biológica em Moçambique; Lei de protecção, conservação e uso sustentável da Diversidade Biológica e respectivo regulamento; Politica e estratégia do Mar; a Lei de pescas, Regulamento da Pesca Marítima-REPMAR; O Regulamento que Estabelece o Regime Jurídico a Utilização do Espaço Marítimo Nacional - REJUEM; Política do ambiente e o regulamento sobre o processo de Avaliação do Impacto Ambiental; Politica de Ordenamento Territorial, a Lei do Ordenamento do Território - LOT...


Wildlife Conservation Society - Mozambique




https://mozambique.wcs.org | www.wcs.org


N/A;
Todas as Províncias


Portuguese


No Restrictions


General


Reports, Studies, Biodiversity Baselines and Evaluations


Legal and Political (Laws, Regulations, Action Plans, Strategies, etc.);
Biological and Cultural Diversity;
Climate Change and Biodiversity;
Communication and Public Awareness;
Environmental Education;
Economics, Trade and Incentive Measures;
Ecosystem Restoration;
Gender and Biodiversity;
Impact Assessment;
Identification, Monitoring, Indicators and Assessments;
Protected Areas;
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity;
Tourism and Biodiversity;
Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices;
Community Use of Biodiversity;
Threats to Biodiversity;
Health & Biodiversity


All Protected Areas of Mozambique

Enquadramento Legal da Lista Vermelha de Espécies Ameaçadas de Áreas-Chave para a Biodiversidade (KBAs) em Moçambique
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MozBio1 Completion Report
A contribution to the knowledge of the prominent moths (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea, Notodontidae) of the Maputo Special Reserve with descriptions of four new speciesGYULA M. LÁSZLÓ, ALEXANDER SCHINTLMEISTER, ALVARO A. VETINA2021


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This paper provides the first comprehensive summary of the Notodontidae fauna of the Maputo Special Reserve in southern Mozambique listing 51 species. Four species are described as new to science (Thacona smithi László & Schintlmeister sp.n., Arciera meridiana László & Schintlmeister sp. n., Leptolepida krugeri László & Schintlmeister sp. n., Thaumetopoea latinivea László & Schintlmeister sp. n.) and 23 species are recorded as new country records. Several taxonomic changes are made: the genus Arciera Kiriakoff, 1962 is reinstated and a lectotype is designated for Turnaca grisea Holland, 1893; Thacona pinheyi is transferred to the genus Subscrancia Gaede, 1928 (Subscrancia pinheyi (Kiriakoff, 1965) comb. nov.); and Hoplitis gigas Distant...


ZOOTAXA




https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4965.2.1


Maputo


English


No Restrictions


Other Terrestrial Biodiversity


Peer-reviewed article


Protected Areas


Maputo Special Reserve

A contribution to the knowledge of the prominent moths (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea, Notodontidae) of the Maputo Special Reserve with descriptions of four new species
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