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1-1 Foreword
1-2 History
1-3 Organization Structure and Duties
  1-3-1 Organization Structure
  1-3-2 Duties
1-4 Personnel Funding and Resources
1-5 Key Research Directions
1-6 Outlook
1-7 About Director
2.Status of Research Projects
2-1 Division of Zoology
  2-1-1 Division of Zoology
  2-1-2 Research Achievements
  2-1-3 Focus of Future Development
2-2 Division of Botany
  2-2-1 Division of Botany
  2-2-2 Research Achievements
  2-2-3 Focus of Future Development
2-3 Division of Habitats and Ecosystems
  2-3-1 Division of Habitats and Ecosystems
  2-3-2 Research Achievements
  2-3-3 Focus of Future Development
2-4 Division of Management
  2-4-1 Objectives of Research in Resource management
  2-4-2 Research Achievements
  2-4-3 Focus of Future Development
2-5 Division of Interpretation and Education
  2-5-1 Division of Interpretation and Education
  2-5-2 Research Achievements
  2-5-3 Focus of Future Development
2-6 Experimental Stations Research
  2-6-1 Experimental Station Research
  2-6-2 Research Achievements
  2-6-3 Focus of Future Development
3.Current research programs
3-1 Research Programs of 2010
4-1 Guidelines for Collecting Maintenance Fees for Conservation Education Species Research Institute
4-2 The Rules and Regulations for Visiting Ecological Education Park
5-1 Paper collections of ESRI 1993~2000
5-2 Paper collections of ESRI 2001~2003
5-3 Paper collections of ESRI 2004
5-4 Paper collections of ESRI 2005~2006
5-5 Paper collections of ESRI 2007~2008
5-6 Paper collections of ESRI 2009
5-7 Paper collections of ESRI 2010
5-8 Paper collections of ESRI 2011
6-1 Q: Conservation Education Center —Opening & Closing Time
6-2 Q: Reservation Interpretation & Guide Service
6-3 Q: How to become an interpretation volunteer at the Conservation Education Center of the Institute?
6-4 Q: What are the requirements that I need to become an interpretation volunteer in the Conservation Education Center of the Institute?
6-5 Q: When will the institute recruit volunteer? How do I get to know the news?
6-6 Q: What kind of fungi that could shine in the night? Could we see it only in Taiwan? Is it edible? Why could it shine?
6-7 Q: After the rainy season, there appears the colony of big fungi which produces lots of whorl palta on its pileus? What kind is these fungi? Is it edible?
7-1 The amounts of person/ time of TESRI's foreign visitors
7-2 Statistical table of vegetation
7-3 Statistic table of animal medical treatment of wild animal rescuing station
7-4 Personnel Staff Composition of TESRI
8.Reservation Service
9.Public Opinion Mailbox
10.Taiwan Biodiversity Network
11-1 Story of the cute little Jacanas (34.8MB)
11-2 Water Fairy - The Pheasant-tailed Jacana (38.4MB)
11-3 Living Jewels - The Fairy Pitta (18.7MB)
11-4 Grasses and Life (48.3MB)
11-5 Song of Life - Biodiversity (41.6MB)
11-6 Nature Traverler (76.1MB) New
11-7 Ecological Crisis - Alien Plants Invading Taiwan (68.7MB)New
11-8 Close to Heaven -Taiwan's High-altitude Ecosystem(72.1MB) New
11-9 Treasure in the Water - Taiwan's Endemic Fishes (80.8MB)New
11-10 Mirrors of the Earth - Taiwan's Lakes (84.1MB) New
11-11 Terrestrial Small Mammals of Taiwan- Life Rolls On (84MB)
11-12 The Future of Biodiversity- All Introduction to the Endemic Species Research Institute (82.1MB)
11-13 Happy and Bingo -- The Story of Two Cubs (172.1MB)
11-14 The Diversity of Ferna In Taiwan (English) (83.6MB)
11-15 Legend Of The Chinese Moccasin -- Human Ecology Documentary Film (85.6.1MB)
11-16 Enigmatic Algae : Lifting the Veil on Algal Reefs (83.3MB)
14.V-Museum of Taiwan Agriculture