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Biological conservation projects must include actions in the local scale and the international scale (Maltchik, 2000) establishing exchanges and cooperative actions for the transmission of coexistence and mitigation technology to address the impacts of climate change and extreme droughts; and must include exchanges of data stemming from research integrated to a solid well-structured network.

Whereas,

Members are researchers associated to the network and committed to its development and to scientific research associated to the network. The role of the members embraces participation in, and co-management of local experiments and research activities that lie within the sphere of INLD objectives, committing themselves to input the data they generate to the network database and to involve themselves in projects and the joint production of manuscripts with other network members.

 

Those interested can register as members by filling out the form available on the INLD’s .