Prioritisation of invasive plants for management in the Toloa reserve. Extracted from the Operational Plan Toloa Rainforest Restoration Project 2014-2020 pg 23 -- Thank you to GBIF and the BID programme for their support in mobilizing this dataset Publication of this dataset was funded by the European Union
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Toloa Rainforest Reserve, Tonga
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-21.236, -175.16], North East [-21.229, -175.153]|
|Start Date / End Date||2014-07-28 / 2014-07-30|
Capacity and resources for managing data about alien and invasive species (A&IS) is generally limited. But such limitations are even more prevalent among the Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs), making it imperative to promote collaboration between the diverse often fragmented network of organizations that hold such data.
|Title||Regional and national alien and invasive species data mobilization and capacity building in the Pacific|
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