Edited By: Fred B Samson and Knopf Fritz L
462 pages, 104 figs, tabs
Ecosystem management has emerged in the past several years as the new paradigm for managing both public and private land. It combines the principles of ecosystem-level ecology with the policy requirments of resource and public land management. This collection of selected readings will serve as an introduction to the concepts of biodiversity, ecological process, biotic integrity, and ecological sustainability that underlie ecosystem management.
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