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Managing Upland Resources New Approaches for Rural Environments

Handbook / Manual
By: Lois Mansfield(Author)
660 pages, 6 plates with colour illustrations; b/w illustrations, tables
Managing Upland Resources
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  • Managing Upland Resources ISBN: 9781849952293 Hardback Feb 2018 In stock
Price: £49.99
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About this book

Many traditional approaches to rural land management are strictly sectoral, with a rigid introspective focus. Consequently the impact of silo-driven change on other land users they can often be overlooked or not appreciated. Managing Upland Resources critically reviews why there has yet to be a clear route to upland resource management and provides insight and options for integrated transdisciplinary land management solutions for rural areas, specifically uplands. It considers the problem in order to derive appropriate solutions enhanced by a number of in-depth case studies by resource management professionals and the use of many examples of contemporary good practice from different uplands, organisations, projects and programmes.

The overarching approach of Managing Upland Resources is to provide a tool kit for those individuals, groups or organisations looking to manage the upland resource for the benefit of all. Readers are provided with a range of practical options to develop their own solutions. Managing Upland Resources is written in such a way that readers can dip in and out of sections to plug knowledge gaps or read in its entirety for those experiencing a first foray into the complexities of upland resource management.

Increasingly, rural areas are becoming recognised as a wider resource beyond traditional food, fibre and water, leading to inevitable management tensions. Goal setting, vision and strategy development, management planning, aims, objectives and prescription (actions) are considered and some of the new agendas for resource use in uplands which may be worth consideration for individual projects are explored.

This comprehensive book deals with the implementation, advantages and disadvantages of a range of traditional and contemporary resource management approaches which are then expanded upon by a range of resource management professionals based on their own experiences. These case studies demonstrate the development of more effective projects and Managing Upland Resources concludes by considering how work can be monitored and evaluated before ideas are synthesised for best practice.


- Upland resource management: why has it failed?
- The character of traditional upland resource use
- Setting goals for uplands
- Resource appraisal techniques
- Approaches to resource management
- Case studies: working with people
- Case studies: working with territories
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Upland resource management: new agendas
- Glossary
- References
- Index

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Lois Mansfield is Principal Lecturer at the Department of Science, Natural Resources and Outdoor Studies, University of Cumbria, UK.

Handbook / Manual
By: Lois Mansfield(Author)
660 pages, 6 plates with colour illustrations; b/w illustrations, tables
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