Geneo-Tropeco - Distribution of genetic diversity in tree species from the Neotropics based on DNA fingerprinting assays: implications for conservation, sustainable utilization and management
Árboles de Centroamérica (Trees of Central America) Website in Spanish only - Species descriptions of 199 native trees of Central America for use in agroforestry, small plantations and natural forest management. More than free downloadable 1000 pages of forestry and botanical information about uses, products, approriate farming systems, marketing, silviculture, ecology, distribution and taxonomy.
EARD-Infosys+ - Information system of the European Initiative for Agricultural Research for Development, a decentralised European information and communication system based on the Internet. It provides information on research for development with special focus on the European landscape.
ETFRN - Established in 1991, the European Tropical Forest Research Network (ETFRN) is a forum for communication between European organisations, researchers, EU institutions and others concerned with (sub-)tropical forest research. The ETFRN Network seeks to promote the involvement of European research expertise towards the conservation and wise use of forests and woodlands in tropical and subtropical countries.
Flora Mesoamericana - The Flora Mesoamericana is a collaborative effort of the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Instituto de Biología of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), the Natural History Museum, London, and numerous specialists world-wide. In Spanish, the Flora describes, for the first time, all the vascular plants growing in the southeasternmost states of Mexico (including the Yucatán Peninsula) and all the Central American republics.
INBio website - The Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio) is a scientific institution with social orientation. It is non-profit and for the public good. Its mission is to promote a new awareness of the value of biodiversity, and thereby achieve its conservation and use to improve the quality of life. INBio generates knowledge about biodiversity. It communicates and promotes this information in many formats designed to be responsive to a broad spectrum of national and international users. Its activities support the spiritual, social and economic development of Costa Rican society in equilibrium with the environment.
Programme for Belize - Established in 1988, PfB is a private, non-profit, Belizean, conservation organization with management responsibility of the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (RBCMA) located in the Orange Walk District of Belize. The long term goal of the project is to pay for the conservation of the entire area by wise use of its natural resources. The business of PfB on the Rio Bravo is conservation of tropical forest. On the RBCMA, PfB conducts research, conservation education, professional training and promotes environmental awareness among visitors.
The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute - With headquarters in the Republic of Panama, STRI is a bureau of the Smithsonian Institution, and one of the world's leading centers for basic research on the ecology, behavior and evolution of tropical organisms. STRI's international staff of more than 30 scientists conducts investigations throughout the New and Old World tropics. Scientists from around the world come to STRI to join the search for knowledge in fields that include animal behavior, plant ecology, canopy biology, paleoecology, archaeology, evolution, genetics, marine ecology, anthropology, and conservation science.
Amazonian Website forum - To join forum set up by Luca De Filicaia of MLAL now running on sustainable development, biodiversity, ecology, agroforestry, agroextractivism, agroindustrialization and forest certification in the Amazonian context.
Bioversity - (formerly IPGRI) Bioversity is the world's largest international research organization dedicated solely to the conservation and use of agricultural biodiversity. It is non-profit and independently operated.