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Forests at the Wildland-Urban Interface Conservation and Management

Edited By: Mary Duryea and Susan Vince
400 pages, B/w photos. figs, tabs
Publisher: CRC Press
Forests at the Wildland-Urban Interface
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  • Forests at the Wildland-Urban Interface ISBN: 9781566706025 Hardback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Provides information, principles, tools, and case studies that enhance natural resource management, planning, and policy-making at the Wildland-Urban Interface.


PREFACEACKNOWLEDGMENTSTHE WILDLAND-URBAN INTERFACEIntroduction: The City Is Moving to Our Frontier's Doorstep, Mary L. Duryea and Susan W. VinceThe Challenge of Maintaining Working Forests at the Wildland-Urban Interface, John C. Gordon, R. Neil Sampson, and Joyce K. BerryAn Assessment of the Southern Wildland-Urban Interface, L. Annie Hermansen and Edward A. MaciePLANNING AND MANAGING GROWTHEconomic Values at the Fringe: Land Use and Forestry in the Wildland-Urban Interface, David W. MarcouillerOverview of Policies Influencing the Wildland-Urban Interface, Janaki R. R. AlavalapatiLand-Use Planning and Zoning at the Wildland-Urban Interface, Margaret Myszewski and James E. KundellDeveloping Land While Retaining Environmental Values: A Modern Search for the Grail, Douglas R. Porter and Lindell L. MarshLandscape Assessment, Elizabeth KramerHUMAN DIMENSIONS AND THE INTERFACETools to Reach, Educate, and Involve Citizens, Martha C. MonroePlanning and Managing for Recreation in the Wildland-Urban Interface, Taylor V. SteinCONSERVING AND MANAGING FORESTS FOR ECOLOGICAL SERVICES AND BENEFITSEcological Assessment and Planning in the Wildland-Urban Interface: A Landscape Perspective, Wayne C. ZippererManaging Hydrological Impacts of Urbanization, Larry V. Korhnak and Susan W. VinceManaging for Fire in the Interface: Challenges and Opportunities, Alan J. Long, Dale D. Wade, and Frank C. BeallForest Health in the Wildland-Urban Interface: Insects and Diseases, Edward L. BarnardInvasive Plants in the Wildland-Urban Interface, Sarah ReichardCONSERVING AND MANAGING FORESTS UNDER DIFFERENT OWNERSHIPSManaging Industrial Forestlands at the Interface, Kenneth R. Munson and Sharon G. HainesManaging Private Nonindustrial Forestlands at the Interface, William G. Hubbard and David A. HogeThe Challenges of Managing Public Lands in the Wildland-Urban Interface, John F. Dwyer and Deborah J. Chavez

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Edited By: Mary Duryea and Susan Vince
400 pages, B/w photos. figs, tabs
Publisher: CRC Press
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