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Monitoring for Conservation and Ecology

Series: Conservation Biology Series (Chapman and Hall) Volume: 3

By: F Barrie Goldsmith(Editor)

292 pages, B/w photos, figs

Chapman & Hall

Paperback | Dec 1990 | #7378 | ISBN: 0412356007
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Hardback | Dec 1990 | #7377 | ISBN: 0412355906
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About this book

The recording of changes of plants and animals is vital for decision-making in conservation, and is being recognised as increasingly important in the light of the current global environmental degradation. This book summarises the need for, and methods in, long-term monitoring, and includes the recent fields of aerial photography and remote sensing. It uses examples from all types of flora and fauna, and although aimed principally at monitoring on a regional and national level, has implications for international cooperation in monitoring schemes. An important textbook.


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