Edited By: TW Norton and SR Dovers
133 pages, Figs
Seeks to explore the connection between the broad notions of sustainability and sustainable development, and the more specific question of the management of ecosystems. The particular focus is the ecologically sustained use of southern temperate forest ecosystems. The impacts of wood harvesting, roading, exotic species and other disturbance factors on forest species, communities, habitats and ecosystems are surveyed.
`A major contribution to the world's temperate forest literature and to identification and resolution of the challenging issues associated with management of these global forest resources' - Jerry Franklin, President of the Ecological Society of America.
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