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Organizations relating to Tropical Zones

Organization for Flora Neotropica / Bronx NY, USA / Est. 1964
International Alliance of the Indigenous Tribal Peoples of the Tropical Forests / Chiang Mai, Thailand / Est. 1992
International Society for Tropical Crop Research and Development / Est. 1990
Institut de recherche en biologie et ecologie tropical / Est. 1987
Oilwatch / Port Harcourt, Nigeria / Est. 1996
Avenir des peuples de la forêt tropicale
International Tropical Fruits Network / Serdang, Malaysia / Est. 2001
Institute of Tropical Medicine, Leiden
Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine, Gdynia / Gdynia, Poland / Est. 1939
Tropical Pesticides Research Institute / Est. 1945
Ecole doctorale régionale de l'afrique centrale, Infectologie tropicale
Spanish Society of Tropical Medicine and International Health / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1998
Institute of Tropical Forest Conservation / Kabale, Uganda / Est. 1991
Inter-African Forest Industries Association / Est. 1996
Center for the Study of Tropical Birds / San Antonio TX, USA / Est. 1987
Institut de médecine tropicale du service de santé des armées / Marseille, France / Est. 1905
Institute for Sustainable Tropical Agriculture and Resource Management / Est. 1990
Tropical Asian Maize Network / Est. 1993
Institute of Tropics and Subtropics, Prague / Prague, Czech Rep / Est. 1961
Global Academy of Tropical Health and Culture / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1970
Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Plant Pathology
Rare Fruit Council International / Miami FL, USA / Est. 1955
Working Group on Rainforests and Biodiversity / Bielefeld, Germany / Est. 1987
Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation / Sao Paulo, Brazil / Est. 1963
Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine / Stillwater OK, USA / Est. 1978

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World Problems relating to Tropical Zones

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Cutaneous leishmaniasis
Falciparum malaria
Threatened species of Xenerpestes singularis
Scrub typhus
Tropical deforestation
Threatened species of Leptodactylidae
Tropical fowl mite
Threatened tropical humid forest biome
Threatened species of Bettongia tropica
Threatened species of Mustela africana
Threatened tropical moist forest habitats
Illegal tropical timber trade
Threatened tropical grassland habitats
Corrosion in tropical climates
Threatened species of Papillogobius reichei
Threatened subtropical wet forest habitats
Threatened subtropical dry forest habitats
Threatened tropical very dry forest habitats
Threatened subtropical moist forest habitats
Threatened subtropical desert scrub habitats
Threatened tropical wet forest habitats
Threatened tropical desert scrub habitats
Threatened subtropical woodland habitats

Action Strategies relating to Tropical Zones

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Saving rainforests
Monitoring tropical forests
Developing alternatives to tropical slash-and-burn
Managing tropical forest areas
Developing rainforest action plan
Preventing tropical deforestation
Conserving Queensland tropical forest ecoregion
Conserving Southeast China subtropical forest ecoregion
Conserving Northern Indochina subtropical moist forest ecoregion
Conserving New Zealand tropical forests
Conducting tropical forest and biological diversity studies
Conserving tropical biological diversity
Eradicating tropical endemic diseases
Controlling tropical diseases
Conserving tropical habitats
Conserving subtropical habitats
Screening tropical illnesses
Promoting tropical oils
Managing tropical catchments
Mitigating tropical land depletion
Studying tropical ecosystems
Informing about rainforests
Conserving tropical marine habitats
Developing sustainable agriculture in humid areas
Intensifying research on mitigation and control of tropical diseases

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