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  1. MAPFORGEN An Online Atlas for the Conservation of Forest Genetic Resources
  2. MAPFORGEN: An atlas for promoting the conservation of 100 native woody perennials of socio-economic importance to Latin America and the Caribbean Principle goals:  - Establish FGR knowledge base at continental level  - Promote collaboration between researchers  - Support FGR conservation actions  - Increase visibility FGR
  3. Data sharing CEDEREN A Ecuador INIA- Uruguay ICRAF-Perú Collaboration with the Latin American Forest Genetic Resources Network (LAFORGEN)
  4. The atlas shows information about 1. Basic Information (uses, reproductive biology, seed dispersion, pollination) 2. Distribution (Observed and Modeled - Ecological niche models) 3. Conservation Status (current IUCN status; calculated extent of occurrence and area of occupancy; presence in protected areas) 4. Threat analysis (Analyze main threats in the potential distribution range) 5. Distribution of Genetic diversity (intra- specific diversity – pilot projects)
  5. Basic information (Bactris gasipaes Kunth)
  6. Distribution (Bactris gasipaes Kunth)
  7. Conservation status (Bactris gasipaes Kunth)
  8. Conservation status (Bactris gasipaes Kunth)
  9. Available maps (Annona cherimola Mill)
  10. Distribution (Theobroma cacao L.l)
  11. Threats (Bertholletia excelsa Bonpl.)
  12. Threats (Bertholletia excelsa Bonpl.)
  13. Intra-specific diversity pilot projects
  14. Intra-specific diversity pilot projects
  15. Intra-specific diversity (Cedrela lilloi C. DC.) (allelic richness)
  16. Browse by country
  17. Browse by country (Brazil) Species distribution and richness
  18. Browse by country (Brazil) Threats
  19. Browse by Ecological zone
  20. Extending to other continents
  21. Have a look for yourself:  Thank you for your attention! 

Editor's Notes

  1. Mapa de riqueza alelica con areas protegidas
  2. El mapa es sobre accesibilidad humana