Biosphere Reserves proved its value beyond Protected Areas and is increasingly embraced by scientists, planners, policy makers and local communities to bring a variety of knowledge, scientific investigations and experiences to link biodiversity conservation and socio-economic development for human well-being. It is important to promote Biosphere Reserves access to and participation in relevant and importance of local, national, regional and global research, assessment and monitoring programs and initiatives with a focus on global development, biodiversity, ecosystem functions and services, and sustainability. Since the role of Biosphere Reserves is to strengthen the functioning of the world network monitoring system, Tang-Sayyad sustainable management model is policy relevant, which can conduct to results useful for improving sustainability and are consistent with current or planned major international research endeavors.
Mahmood Yekeh Yazdandoost
Mahmood Yekeh Yazdandoost studied Ph.D. and Post-Doc., in Environmental Science, at Pune University, India. Since 2005 he has been appointed as an Environmental Expert in the Department of Environment (DoE), Iran. His current research interests include: Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, Protected Areas and Biosphere Reserves conservation.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Biosphere Reserves, Conservation, Sustainable development, Socio-Ecological Sustainability, Vulnerable Species, Endangered species
SCIENCE / Ecology