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Managing for healthy ecosystems

Author: David Rapport; CRC Press.
Publisher: Boca Raton : Lewis Publishers, ©2003.
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Investigates methods for regional ecosystem health assessment, issues and methods for assessing, monitoring, and managing diversity, and presents case studies that show practical approaches to  Read more...

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Managing for healthy ecosystems.
Boca Raton : Lewis Publishers, ©2003
(DLC) 2002070099
(OCoLC)49672730
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Rapport; CRC Press.
ISBN: 1566706122 9781566706124 9781420032130 1420032135
OCLC Number: 156898515
Notes: Papers from an international congress held at the University of California, Davis, Aug. 1999.
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [Boca Raton] : CRC Press Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Description: 1510 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: PART I: EMERGING CONCEPTS; Preface; SETTING THE STAGE; Overview: Regaining healthy ecoystems: The supreme challenge of our age, David J. Rapport; The politics of the environment, Ola Ullsten; Environmental health research challenges, Kenneth Olden; Towards eco-responsibility: The need for new education, new technologies, new teams, and new economics, William S. Fyfe; PERSPECTIVES ON ECOSYSTEM HEALTH; Overview: Perspectives on ecosystem health, David J. Rapport; The ethics of ecological integrity and ecosystem health: The interface, Laura Westra; Ecological integrity and material growth: Irreconcilable conflict? William E. Rees; Population health issues in the management of air quality, Richard T.Burnett, Barry Jessiman, David Stieb, and Daniel Krewski; Global environmental changes and health: Approaches to assessing risks, A.J. McMichael and R.S. Kovats; Integrated research on health effects of global climate change, J.A. Patz; Use of meteorological data to predict mosquito-borne encephalitis risk in California: Preliminary observations in Kern County, William K. Reisen; Preparing for the quantum leap to sustainability: A toolkit for future-friendly cities, Mathis Wackernagel; BUILDING POLICIES AND LINKAGES; Overview: Building policies and linkages, Barry W. Wilson; The CALFED ecosystem restoration program: Complexity and compromise, Rick Soehren; Understanding the politics of ecological regulation: Appropriate use of the concept of ecosystem health; John Freemuth; Attitudes and their influence on nature valuation and management in relation to sustainable development, Hans A.M. de Kruijf, Ekko C. van Ierland, C. Martijn van der Heide, and Jos M. Dekker; Humane values as a basis for ecosystem health; John W. Grandy and Allen T. Rutberg, The role of the Water Education Foundation in creating factual awareness and facilitating consensus in western water issues, Rita Schmidt Sudman; Addressing threats to the health of coastal and near-coastal ecosystems-The Gulf of Mexico, James D. Giattina; SETTING GOALS AND OBJECTIVES IN MANAGING FOR HEALTHY ECOSYSTEMS; Overview: Setting goals and objectives in managing for healthy ecosystems, Robert T. Lackey; Adaptive restoration: A strategic approach for integrating research into restoration projects, J.B. Zedler and J. Callaway; Appropriate use of ecosystem health and normative science in ecological policy, Robert T. Lackey; Ecosystem health: A flawed basis for federal regulation and land use management, Allan K. Fitzsimmons; Quality of life, recreation, and natural environments: Exploring the connection, Alan Ewert; Natural capital differentiation, sustainability, and regional environmental policy, Cecilia Collados; FINDING INDICATORS; Overview: Can we develop and utilize indicators of ecological integrity to manage ecosystems successfully? Gary N. Cherr; A conceptual framework for choosing indicators of ecological integrity: Case-study of the San Francisco Bay-Delta-River System, Karen Levy, Terry F. Young, and Rodney M. Fujita; Establishing specifications of ecological indicators for the prediction of sustainability, Wayne G. Landis and John F. McLaughlin; Measuring the impact of ecological disintegrity on human health: A role for epidemiology, Colin L. Soskolne; Development of a terrestrial index of ecological integrity, a new tool for ecosystem management, James K. Andreasen, Reed Noss, and Nicholas C. Slosser; EPA Office of Research and Development guidelines for technical evaluation of ecological indicators, William S. Fisher, Laura E. Jackson, and Janis C. Kurtz; Toward a forest capital index, Bruce A. Wilcox, K. Shawn Smallwood, and James R. Kahn; MONITORING, LEARNING, AND ADJUSTING; Overview: Monitoring, learning, and adjusting, David Waltner-Toews; Ecosystem health and economic development: Rural vision to action, Jock R. Anderson; Linking biodiversity and agriculture-Challenges and opportunities for sustainable food security, Lori Ann Thrupp; Evolving opportunities to integrate management of agricultural landscapes and ecosystem health: Sustainability by opportunity, J. Dumanski, S. Joffe, E. Terry, and C. Pieri; The ecological footprint as indicator for sustainable development-Results of an international case study, D.P. van Vuuren, E.M.W. Smeets, and H.A.M. De Kruijf; PART II: ISSUES AND METHODS; MANAGING FOR BIODIVERSITY; Overview: Managing for biodiversity, Jonna A.K. Mazet; The Greater Addo National Park, South Africa: Biodiversity conservation as the basis for a healthy ecosystem and human development opportunities; Graham I.H. Kerley, André F. Boshoff, and Michael H. Knight; The role of an accidentally introduced fungus in degrading the health of the Stirling Range National Park Ecosystem in South Western Australia: Status and prognosis, David Newsome; Mangrove conservation and restoration for enhanced resilience, Nguyen Hoang Tri, Phan Nguyen Hong, W. Neil Adger, and P. Mick Kelly; A comparison of landscape change detection methods, Curtis M. Edmonds, Anne C. Neale, Daniel T. Heggem, James D. Wickham, and K. Bruce Jones; Relationships among environmental stressors and fish community composition and health: Case study of Chesapeake, Susanna T.Y. Tong; ASSESSING AND MONITORING BIODIVERSITY; Overview: Assessing and monitoring biodiversity, Santiago Carrizosa; Management and conservation of tropical forests with emphasis on rare tree species in Brazil, Flavio B. Gandara and Paulo Y. Kageyama; The effects of roads on carnivores-A case study of mountain lions (Puma concolor) in California, Melissa M. Grigione and Mike B. Johnson; A rapid method in ecosystem mapping and monitoring as a tool for managing Costa Rico ecosystem health, Maarten Kappelle, Marco Castro, Heiner Acevedo, Pedro Cordero, Luis Gonzalez, Edgar Mendez, and Huberth Monge; Identification and monitoring in the context to the national biodiversity strategy in Uruguay, Victor Canton; CLIMATE CHANGE AND ECOSYSTEM HEALTH; Overview: Climate change and ecosystem health, Ruth A. Reck; Climate change, birds and ecosystems-Why should we care? Jeff Price; A checklist for historical studies of species' responses to climate change, Rafe Sagarin; Use of long-term field datasets in forestry to model ecosystem responses to environmental change, Csaba Matyas; The possible impacts of climate change on Pacific island state ecosystems, William C.G. Burns; Modeling assessment of the biological and economic impact of increased UV radiation on loblolly pine in the Mid-Atlantic States, John J. Streicher and Keith Endres; EXOTIC SPECIES: ERADICATION REVISITED; Overview: Exotic species: Eradication revisited, James R. Carey; Eradication: Is it ecologically, financially, environmentally, and realistically possible? Judith H. Myers; Why not eradication?, Daniel Simberloff; Eradication of introduced marine pests, Armand M. Kuris; LANDSCAPE HEALTH ASSESSMENT; Overview: Landscape health assessment, Ganapati P. Patil; Environmental and ecological regional policy research with remote imagery and geospatial information: Issues, approaches, and examples, G.P. Patil and S. Rodriguez; Application of landscape models to alternative futures analyses, Anne C. Neale, K. Bruce Jones, Malihas S. Nash, Rick D. Van Remontel, James D. Wickham, Kurt H. Ritters, and Robert V. O'Neill; Echelon screening of remotely sensed change indicators, Wayne L. Myers and Francis R. Beck; Grassland bird communities and environmental health: The role of landscape features, Douglas H.Johnson, Sharon F. Browder, and Maiken Winter; An assessment of risks and threats to human health due to the collapse/degradation of the ecosystem, Lada Kochtcheeva and Ashbindu Singh; Predictability of bird community-based ecological integrity using landscape measurements, Glen D. Johnson, Wayne L. Meyers, Ganapati P. Patil, Timothy J. O'Connell, and Robert P. Brooks; Landscape biodiversity and biological health risk assessment: The Italian Map of Nature, Giovanni Zurlini, Orazio Rossi, and Vittorio Amadio; Interior Columbia Basin forests and rangelands, 1930s to present, Paul F. Hessburg, Bradley G. Smith, R. Brion Salter, Roger D. Ottmar, and Ernesto Alvarado; COMMUNITIES, POLITICS, CULTURE, AND TRADITION; Overview: Communities, politics, culture, and tradition, Alexander H. Harcourt; Gambling for sustainability-Local institutions for pasture management in Bhutan, Karma Ura; Environmental and socio-economic indicators of Great Lakes Basin ecosystem health, Paul Bertram, Harvey Shear, Nancy Stadler-Salt, and Paul Horvatin; Control of natural resource degradation to restore ecosystem health and to help secure peace in the Middle East, Scott Christiansen; Biological conservation in Mexico: An overview, Exequiel Ezcurra; Environmental impacts of mobility and urban policy options: A case study of the Brussels-Capital Region, Paul Safonov, Vincent Favrel, and Walter Hecq; Relating indicators of ecosystem health and ecological integrity to assess risks to sustainable agriculture and native biota-A case study of Yolo County, California, Minghua Zhang, K. Shawn Smallwood, and Erin Anderson; Nature policy assessments: Strategic surveying and assessing progress across policy levels, H.J. Verkaar, Hans A.M. de Kruijf, G.W. Lammers, and Rudo Reiling; Land use chan
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