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ECOSYSTEM PROFILE

 
July 31, 2003
(Updated March 2005)

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Acknowledgements
This ecosystem profile was prepared by Conservation International and the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology, in collaboration with Nature Kenya and the Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania. The ecosystem profile team included Neil Burgess, Tom Butynski, Ian Gordon, Quentin Luke, Peter Sumbi and John Watkin. Technical support was provided by the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science at Conservation International, East African Herbarium, National Museums of Kenya, Missouri Botanical Garden, Tanzania Forest Conservation Group, Zoology Department, University of Dar es Salaam, WWF Eastern Africa Regional Programme Office and WWF United States.

The team would like to acknowledge the following experts and contributors: Rolf D. Baldus, Edmund Barrow, Alice Bhukoli, Tom Brooks, Neil Burgess, Nike Doggart, Chris Gakahu, Roy Gereau, Anthony Githitho, Sheha Idrissa Hamdan, Indu Hewawasam, Kim Howell, David Howlett, Tom Kabii, Hewson Kabugi, A.R. Kajuni, Erustus Kanga, Felician Kilahama, George R. Kafumu, Elly D. Kimbwereza, Penny Langhammer, Inyasi A.V. Lejora, Luc Lens, Luther Lulandala, Felix Mallya, Stephen Mariki, Sammy Masayanyika, Lema Mathias, Paul Matiku, David Mbora, Simon Milledge, Edward Mlowe, Erastp Mpemba, Charles Msuya, Robinson Mugo, Elias Mungaya, Leonard Mwasumbi, Naftali Ndugire, Donnell Ocker, Peter Odhiambo, Esther Offninga, Andrew Perkin, John Salehe, Kaddu Sebunya, Jan Erik Stodsrod, Tom Struhsaker, Elizabeth Tapper, Hazell Thompson, Anne Marie Verberkmoes, Ben Wandago, Jessica Ward and Julie Wieczkowski. Ian Gordon of the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology provided editing assistance.
 
 
 
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Document: Eastern Arc Mountains & Coastal Forests of Tanzania and Kenya Ecosystem Profile, July 2003
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