Conservation Geography

Author: Charles L. Convis
Publisher: ESRI, Inc.
ISBN: 9781589480247
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Showing how GIS and geography provide a framework for ecology and conservation efforts, this book describes how new technological tools for that kind of analysis, chief among them GIS, are being used to revolutionize the work of ...

Seven Names For The Bellbird

Author: Mark Bonta
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 9781585442492
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This book is not offered as “proof” that all birds have happy futures in the Neotropics. Bonta recognizes the ravages of both human pressures and natural disasters on the birds and forests.

Nature S Geography

Author: Karl S. Zimmerer
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299159146
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Nature s Geography offers a new perspective on the geographical nature of these changes. The book reveals how human-environment relations must be understood at multiple scales and time frames.

The Geography Of Tourism And Recreation

Author: Colin Michael Hall
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415335614
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In addition, such a process can assist in the provision of conservation, scientific
and tourism information, technical advice, recognition of management issues and
objectives, the integration of conservation and development, and the design of a
national conservation system. According to Dasmann's( 1973: 12) classification
of national parks and equivalent reserves, wilderness areas have two principal
purposes: 'that of protecting nature (defined as primary) and that of providing ...

An Outline For Teaching Conservation In High Schools

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CONSERVATION Notes. Countries and their peoples have changed from the
time of the invasion of Canaan by the Israelites; through invasions of Persians
into Europe, the Romans into western Europe, Asia, and Africa, the Huns into the
land of the Goths, and the Goths into the Roman Empire; through the advances of
the British into every continent, the Germans, Italians, and Dutch into Africa, and
the ...