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Evaluation and Assessment for Conservation Ecological Guidelines for Determining Priorities for Nature Conservation

By: IF Spellerberg
280 pages, 15 photos, 20 line drawings
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Evaluation and Assessment for Conservation
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  • Evaluation and Assessment for Conservation ISBN: 9780412442803 Hardback Dec 1994 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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  • Evaluation and Assessment for Conservation ISBN: 9780412442704 Hardback Dec 1992 Out of Print #16953
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About this book

This is an up-to-date and substantial expansion of the author's previous book Ecological Evaluation for Conservation and contains pertinent examples and case studies from around the world illustrating the issues faced by conservationists. It summarises a very large amount of material from the scientific literature, and will prove of great value to conservationists and biologists.

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Importance and value of biodiversity; values of biodiversity and the environment; assessment for conservation and protection; ecological evaluation and assessment of biotic communities; assessment and selection of protected areas; evaluation and assessment in planning and development; ecological methods and criteria for evaluation and assessment.

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By: IF Spellerberg
280 pages, 15 photos, 20 line drawings
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Media reviews
...a most useful volume highlighting answers to the very real question of practitioners of conservation, 'How do we measure and assess what we do?'. - Biodiversity and Conservation
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