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Integrated Buffer Planning: Towards Sustainable Development

Edited By: J Kozlowski and A Peterson
437 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Ashgate
Integrated Buffer Planning: Towards Sustainable Development
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This volume examines the contribution of planning and integrated landscape management to the process of reversing the continuing deterioration of our natural environment. Planning for integrated buffer zones is important to conserve national parks, nature reserves, threatened habitats, other ecologically sensitive areas and heritage sites. This volume begins with an examination of the role and nature of planning. It identifies the main types of planning problems and details a "model" planning process that can be usefully applied to resolve them. Several theoretical and practical approaches to buffering environmentally sensitive areas are evaluated and a classification of existing approaches is detailed. Case studies are included to illustrate and test some of these approaches. It concludes by recommending that integrated buffer zone planning should become a standard tool in real-life environmental planning and management. To facilitate this, an innovative approach to the design and implementation of integrated buffers is offered, including a step-by-step planning guide.

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Edited By: J Kozlowski and A Peterson
437 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Ashgate
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