Apresentação em tema: "Overview of KBA Process in Brazil"— Transcrição da apresentação:
1 Overview of KBA Process in Brazil Ricardo MachadoMario BarrosoCristiano NogueiraAdriana PaeseAdriano PagliaMatthew FosterThis is the staff that has been directly involved in the KBA identification process in Brazil.José Maria Cardoso da SilvaAdriano JerozolimskiLuis BarbosaGeorge CamargoClaudia Arcangelo
2 2004 – 2005 Atlantic Forest 2005 Cerrado Pantanal Amazonia Caatinga PampaCI Brazil has five programs and offices, located in regions where conservation is most needed. This includes two hotspots (the Atlantic Forest and Cerrado) and two wilderness areas. KBAs identification was carried out regionally by specialists of each program. It started earlier in 2004 in the Atlantic Forest and more recently, in 2005, in Cerrado, Pantanal, Amazonia, Caatinga and Pampas. Peculiarities of each region have implications for each step of the KBA process and also for our conservation actions in each region. That is why we have conducted this process separately for each Biome.
3 Support to KBA process Brazil Center for Biodiversity Conservation Center for Applied Biodiversity ScienceCritical Ecosystem Paternship FundActually, since 2002 Brazil CBC has supported groups who have build digital databases on different taxa. It has also supported species inventories that are carried out by consultants and partner organizations in different regions of the country. KBAs implementation has also been supported by Brazil CBC, specially but not exclusively, within corridors. Two important databases are been built by partners and will soon become available. These are two projects supported by the Atlantic Forest CEPF: a database on vascullar plants of the Atlantic Forest which has more than one hundred genus, endemic to the Biome, and a database on Bromeliaceae, which has approximatelly 32,000 records. We believe that this will at least double the KBA’s number that we currently have for the Atlantic Forest, highlighting small patches which are frequently not targeted by vertebrate species inventories.
4 Previous site priorization initiatives 1998 – 2000PROBIO – ´Projeto de Conservação e Utilização Sustentável da Diversidade Biológica Brasileira`Between 1998 and 2000 the Federal Government, the Ministry of the Environment, carried out a project named Projeto de Conservação e Utilização da Diversidade Biológica Brasileira. As a work result of a great number of researchers, this project identified 900 priority areas for conservation in Brazil, including areas that were not sufficiently known but of probable biologica importance. This areas have been incorporated into public police and have guided species inventories. These areas are currently been updated and there is a comitment from the ministry of the environment to use the results of CI’s KBAs process.
5 Previous site priorization initiatives Gap AnalysisRodrigues et al, 2003Paglia et al, 2003Machado et al, 2003Another priorization initiative KBA analysis builts from is the global gap analysis and gap analysis carried out for Cerrado and the Atlantic Forest.
6 Previous site priorization initiatives Important Bird Areas‘Áreas importantes para a conservação das aves no Brasil: parte 1 –estados do domínio da Mata Atlântica’Org. Glayson A. Bencke, Giovanni N. Maurício, Pedro F. Develey e Jaqueline M. Goerck. São Paulo: SAVE Brasil, 2006.KBA process in Brazil is also build on the initiative of Birdlife International. They have recently published a book on Important Bird Areas in the Atlantic Forest and they are interested in working with us for KBA identification in other Biomes.
7 Vulnerability criteria Terrestrial vertebrate species 92%82%84%88%We have identified KBAs for 88% of all threatened terrestrial vertebrate species, according to 2004 IUCN list.
11 Atlantic Forest 524 KBAs for 138 red – listed species 121 Important Bird Areas266 KBAs in 122 IBAsaccounting for 131 sp or91.60% of analyzed species81 Protected Areas386 unprotectedHow IBAs are representative of other taxa
12 Cerrado Vunerability 126 KBAs for 46 red – listed species and Irreplaceability38 KBAsIrreplaceability29 KBAs42 Protected Areas151 unprotectedPhoto credits:Cristano NogueiraMario BarrosoPaulo SousaA. Serret/ACENRudiger Dmoch
13 Amazonia Amazonia 271 KBAs for 50 red – listed species 72 Protected areas199 unprotectedPhoto credits:Enrico BernardIBAMAVal CamposDominic W.Adriano Jerozolimski
14 Pantanal 43 KBAs for 17 red – listed species 6 KBAs are Protected Areas37 unprotected
19 Priorization Atlantic Forest Restinga de Maçambaba e Ilha de Cabo FrioJoinville (cood. sede municipal)P.N. ItatiaiaSanto - André Estação Ferroviária de Campo GrandeP. E. de IlhabelaRemanescentes do Município de Ribeirão Grande eMaciço Florestal de ParanapiacabaP. N. de SuperaguiP. E. Ilha do CardosoE. E. de Juréia-ItatinsSalto da ArarinhaFlona Mario XavierRegião Serrana do Rio de JaneiroSooretama / LinharesChuiPE Serra do Mar entre Caraguatatuba e PicinguabaPE IlhabelaEstação VeracruzFaz. SantanaSão Lourenço do SulMorro do Ferro (Poços de Caldas)Ilha Queimada GrandeMimoso do SulSanta Teresa e REBIO Augusto RuschiMata da BalbinaSerra do BaturitéChapada do AraripeSerra de Maranguape e AratanhaArquipélago de Alcatrazes
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