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Biological Rapid Assessments are undertaken to facilitate improved management of terrestral and aquatic landscapes. In general, the assessments fill key gaps in the knowledge of important but poorly studied regionss. This information is used to make better informed decisions on the conservation management of the biodiversity in an area in conjunction with land-owning communities, relevant government departments and other partners.

Guidelines for Undertaking Rapid Biodiversity Assessments in Terrestrial and Marine Environments in the Pacific

Rapid Biodiversity Assessment of Upland Savai’i, Samoa

Rapid Biodiversity Assessment (BioRAP) Nauru - Synthesis Report

Rapid Biodiversity Assessment (BIORAP) of Republic of Nauru

Rapid Biodiversity Assessment of the Vava'u Archipelago, Kingdom of Tonga