By: EJ Milner-Gulland and Ruth Mace
404 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs, maps
This book presents the issues surrounding the biological conservation of species and ecosystems used by humans. It is aimed at final year undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in conservation, environmental management, ecological economics and related subjects, as well as conservation professionals, including managers, policy-makers and researchers. The first book to examine the issues underlying the sustainable use debate in a fully interdisciplinary manner.
The book's coverage of ecological and economic theory of sustainable use, decision-making and practical considerations when applying the theory is beautifully done and very readable....... this fine volume is sure to be important and will set a standard for truly interdisciplinary work in conservation biology. Nature
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