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    NIVEL DE SITIOS ESPECÍFICOS.

The Conservation Foundation, 1987, Areas prioritarias para la conservación de la biodiversidad biológica en México (Ramos, 1987).

Secretaría de Desarrollo Social, 1994 Proyecto Areas Naturales Protegidas de Mexico (SEDESOL, 1994, Gómez-Pompa y Dirzo)

Conservación Internacional para North American Wetlands Conservation Council (NAWCC), 1992, Humedales de México, Tipos de Vegetación, Humedales Prioritarios y Areas Protegidas, (Conservation International, 1992)

RAMSAR Convention on Wetlands, The List of Wetlands of International Importance -designated by the Contracting Parties to the Convention on Wetlands [Ramsar, Iran 1971] (RAMSAR Convention Bureau , Annotated Version, Feb. 9, 2000)

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA), The World Bank, The World Conservation Union (IUCN), 1995, A Global Representative System of Marine Protected Areas, (Kelleher et al., 1995)

World Wildlife Fund, Identificación de las Prioridades de Conservación de la Zona Costera y Marina de México para el WWF, 1992, (Almada-Villela, 1992)

Wetlands International, México para World Wildlife Fund, Taller de Prioridades de Conservación Zona y Marina de México, 1996,

World Wildlife Fund, Freshwater Ecoregions of North America (Abell et al., 2000)

Plantas, Mamíferos, Aves, Insectos, Herpentofauna, Peces. Biodiversity Support Program for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), A Regional Analysis of Geographic Priorities for Biodiversity Conservation in Latin América and the Caribbean, (BSP et al., 1995)

CHECAR

Ramamoorthy et al. Biological Diversity of México.

Caldecott et al. 1996 Priorities for conservating global species richness and endemism. Biodiversity and Conservation 5: 699-728

McAllister 1997 Draft Global freshwater Biodiversity for SIFR/IDCR

Iremonger, S. Ravilious, C. & Quinton, T. (1997) A Global Overview of Forest Conservation. CD-ROM. World Conservation Monitoring Center and Center for International Forestry Research, Cambridge, UK.

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