By: Tony Prato and Dan Fagre
446 pages, Tabs
Written from a multidisciplinary, systems perspective this book focuses on science and knowledge-based natural resource management. It clarifies methods for dealing with social, economic and ecological dynamics and uncertainty, and gives explanations of the usefulness of biophysical and economic simulation models and information management technologies: GIS, remote sensing, decision support-systems, and computer animation. There is also a discussion on the role of local communities and collaborative decision making methods in designing and implementing management strategies.
The balance of nature in any strict sense has been upset long ago...The only option we have is to create a new balance objectively determined for each area in accordance with the intended use of that area." --Aldo Leopold, 1927, in a letter to the Superintendent of Glacier National Park
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