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Kapisen -

Plant Conservation Magazine

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2016

Issue 19: The significance of local observation (pdf: low resolution: 2.3 MB, high: 11.6 MB).


2015

Issue 18: Communicating about plants and plant conservation (pdf: low resolution: 2.4 MB, high: 7.9 MB)


2014

Issue 17: Evolutionary history of Seychelles plants (pdf: low resolution: 1.7 MB, high: 18.6 MB)


Issue 16: New conservation ideas (pdf: low resolution: 2.2 MB, high: 15.7 MB)


2013

Issue 15: Our life depends on plants (pdf: low resolution: 3.2 MB, high: 10.3 MB)


2012

Issue 14: 10 years of PCA (pdf: low resolution: 1.7 MB)


Issue 13: Herbarium project (pdf: low resolution: 2.1 MB, high: 6.4 MB)


2011

Issue 12: International Year of Forests (pdf: low resolution: 2.2 MB, high: 8.3 MB)


2010

Issue 11: Threats to plants (pdf: low resolution: 1.1 MB, high: 5.2 MB)


Issue 10: Lichens and ferns (pdf: low resolution: 1.7 MB, high: 7.1 MB)


2009

Special issue for schools (pdf: low resolution: 1.4 MB, high: 12 MB)


2008

Issue 9: Habitat restoration (pdf: low resolution: 1.7 MB, high: 7.8 MB)


Issue 8: 5 years of PCA (pdf: low resolution: 1.2 MB, high: 11.2 MB)


2007

Issue 7: Awareness building (pdf: low resolution: 2 MB, high: 13 MB)


2006

Issue 6: Plant-animal interactions (pdf: low resolution: 1.2 MB, high: 4.7 MB)


Issue 5: A network of plant supporters (pdf: low resolution: 1.2 MB, high: 7.9 MB)


2005

Issue 4: Palms and pandans (pdf: low resolution: 1.3 MB, high: 6.3 MB)


Issue 3: Botany indoors and outdoors (pdf: low resolution: 1.3 MB, high: 6.5 MB)


2004

Issue 2: National Strategy for Plant Conservation (pdf: low resolution: 1.2 MB, high: 8.4 MB)


Issue 1: Inauguration issue (pdf: low resolution: 823 kB, high: 4.1 MB)


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Kapisen is the bi-annual plant conservation magazine that is jointly edited by members of the Plant Conservation Action group (PCA) and the Geobotanical Institute (ETH Zurich).

We publish short articles for a wide audience of lay-persons and experts in Seychelles and around the world interested in Seychelles plants and their conservation. The articles are written both by local and international botanists, and include topics such as plant conservation, habitat restoration, field observations, taxonomy, ecology, plant use, and educational games and activities.

Kapisen is the creole name of the endemic tree Northea hornei (Sapotaceae) that is one of the dominant native tree species in upland forests on Seychelles granitic inner islands (see Kapisen 1, March 2004, p. 2) with a unique evolutionary history (see Kapisen 17, September 2014, p. 16).

ISSN: 1659-7346


Editors:

Katy Beaver, Christoph Kueffer and Eva Schumacher


All issues can be downloaded below, or from the webpages of PCA and the Geobotanical Institute.

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