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Cumulative Effects in Wildlife Management Impact Mitigation

By: Paul R Krausman(Editor), Lisa K Harris(Editor)
272 pages, 31 black & white illustrations, 12 black & white tables
Publisher: CRC Press
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  • Cumulative Effects in Wildlife Management ISBN: 9781439809167 Hardback Mar 2011 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Discussing the array of issues associated with consideration of the cumulative effects of projects and developments on surrounding habitat rather than in isolation, this book outlines methods to address these impacts in wildlife management. Chapters cover definitions and approaches, NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act), quantifying effects both spatially and temporally, monitoring and regulation at home and abroad, economic considerations, and the impact of shortfalls. Each chapter includes illustrative examples including anthropogenic impacts on freshwater fish and cumulative effects on sage-grouse, barrenground caribou, and bighorn sheep.


Understanding Cumulative Effects Grappling with Cumulative Effects, Lisa K. Harris and Lirain F. Urreiztieta The NEPA Process: What the Law Says, Matt Kenna Regulating and Planning for Cumulative Effects: The Canadian Experience, Chris Johnson Quantifying Cumulative Effects, Paul R. Krausman The Economics of Cumulative Effects: Ecological and Macro by Nature, Brian Czech and Robert B. Richardson Case Studies U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Environmental Waivers and Cumulative Effects, Lirain F. Urreiztieta and Lisa K. Harris Piecemealing Paradise: Cumulative Effects to Scenic Quality on the Coronado National Forest, Debby Kriegel Understanding the Cumulative Effects of Human Activities on Barren-Ground Caribou, Anne Gunn, Chris J. Johnson, John S. Nishi, Colin J. Daniel, Don E. Russell, Matt Carlson, and Jan Z. Adamczewski The Cumulative Effects of Suburban and Exurban Influences on Wildlife, Paul R. Krausman, Sonja M. Smith, Jonathan Derbridge, and Jerod Merkle Cumulative Effects on Freshwater Fishes, Scott A. Bonar and William J. Matter Sage-Grouse and Cumulative Impacts of Energy Development, David E. Naugle, Kevin E. Doherty, Brett L. Walker, Holly E. Copeland, and Jason D. Tack References

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University of Montana, Missoula, MT, USA Harris Environmental Group and the University of Arizona, Tucson, USA

By: Paul R Krausman(Editor), Lisa K Harris(Editor)
272 pages, 31 black & white illustrations, 12 black & white tables
Publisher: CRC Press
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