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Du Puy, D.J. and Moat, J.F. (1996). A refined classification of the primary vegetation of Madagascar based on the underlying geology: using GIS to map its distribution and to assess its conservation status. In: W.R. Lourenço (editor). Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Biogeography of Madagascar, pp.205--218, + 3 maps. Editions de l’ORSTOM, Paris. Abstract - Résumé en français - Paper (pdf)

Du Puy, D.J and Moat, J.F. (1997). Using GIS for vegetation mapping and conservation planning in Madagascar. In: Plant Talk (Plant Conservation Worldwide), (Issue 11 - October 1997), p 24. The Botanical Information Company Ltd, UK. Plant Talk - Paper (pdf)

Du Puy, D.J and Moat, J.F. (1998). Vegetation mapping and classification in Madagascar (using GIS): implications and recommendations for the conservation of biodiversity. In: C.R. Huxley, J.M. Lock and D.F Cutler (editors.). Chorology, taxonomy and ecology of the Floras of African and Madagascar. Pp 97-117. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Abstract - Paper (pdf)

Du Puy, D.J and Moat, J.F. (1999). Vegetation mapping and biodiveristy conservation in Madagascar Using Geographic information systems. In: Timberlake, J. & Kativu, S. (eds), African Plants: Biodiveristy, Taxonomy and Uses, Pp. 245-251. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Abstract - Résumé en français - Paper (pdf)


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