426 pages, 55 illus, 55 figs, tabs, maps
Introductory textbook for students of conservation biology and resource management. Each of the three main concepts of conservation are discussed in an historical context (utilitarianism, habitat protection and restoration, and whole-ecosystem management) and the limitations and advantages of each of the approaches are explained.
'... I enjoyed the book and I would certainly recommend it as an introductory text to US students, and perhaps to other students wanting a general introduction to US resource management.' Andrew Pullin, University of Birmingham
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