The Conservation Handbook. Research, Management and Policy

  • ID: 2176414
  • Book
  • 296 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Conservation Handbook is a practical guide describing precisely what conservationists should do. It is not a textbook but, like the author′s edited books on habitat management and census techniques, it will be of use to undergraduate students as well as to conservation professionals.
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Foreword.

1. Introduction.

2. Assessing Biodiversity.

3. Setting Conservation Priorities.

4. Monitoring.

5. Ecological Research Techniques.

6. Diagnosis And Prediction.

7. Conservation Planning.

8. Organisational Management And Fund Raising.

9. Education And Ecotourism.

10. Bringing About Political And Policy Changes.

11. Species Management.

12. Habitat Management.

13. Exploitation.

14. Integrating Development And Conservation

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William J. Sutherland
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