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Natural resource conservation : management for a sustainable future

Author: Daniel D Chiras; John P Reganold; Oliver S Owen
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, ©2002.
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Chiras, Daniel D.
Natural resource conservation.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, ©2002
(OCoLC)741485486
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel D Chiras; John P Reganold; Oliver S Owen
ISBN: 0130333980 9780130333988
OCLC Number: 46685214
Notes: Revised edition of: Natural resource conservation / Oliver S. Owen, Daniel D. Chiras, John P. Reganold. 7th ed. 1998.
Description: xiv, 642 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 29 cm
Contents: 1. Natural Resource Conservation and Management: Past, Present, and Future --
1.1. A Crisis on Planet Earth? --
1.2. Differing Viewpoints: Are We on a Sustainable Course --
1.3. A Brief History of the Resource Conservation, Environmental, and Sustainability Movements --
Case Study 1.1. The Earth Summit and Beyond --
1.4. Classification of Natural Resources --
1.5. Approaches to Natural Resource Management --
1.6. Changing Realities: The Nemesis Effect --
1.7. New Tools for Resource Management: Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing --
2. Economics and Ethics, and Critical Thinking: Tools for Creating a Sustainable Future --
Ethics in Resource Conservation 2.1 Ethics Versus Economics --
2.1. Understanding Economics --
2.2. Creating a Sustainable Economy --
2.3. Toward Sustainable Ethics --
Case Study 2.1. Geographic Information Systems and Ecological Justice --
2.4. Critical Thinking and Sustainable Development --
3. Lessons from Ecology --
3.1. Levels of Organization --
3.2. Scientific Principles Relevant to Ecology --
3.3. The Flow of Energy through Ecosystems --
3.4. Principles of Ecology --
3.5. The Biomes --
Case Study 3.1. Life Returns to Mount St. Helens: A Dramatic Example of Succession --
3.6. Ecology and Sustainability --
4. The Human Population Challenge --
4.1. Understanding Populations and Population Growth --
4.2. The Impacts of Over Population --
4.3. Population Growth in the More Developed Nations: A Closer Look --
Ethics in Resource Conservation 4.1 Is Reproduction A Personal Right? --
4.4. Population Growth in the Less Developed Nations: A Closer Look --
4.5. Controlling the Growth of the World's Population --
4.6. Human Population and the Earth's Carrying Capacity --
Case Study 4.1. China: One of Family Plannings Success Stories? --
5. World Hunger: Solving the Problem Sustainably --
5.1. World Hunger: Dimensions of the Problem --
5.2. Increasing Food Supplies Sustainably: An Overview --
Ethics In Resource Conservation 5.1 Feeding People or Controlling Population Growth --
5.3. Poverty Conflict and Free Trade: Vital Strategies Needed to Feed the Worlds People --
6. The Nature of Soils --
6.1. Value of Soil --
6.2. Characteristics of Soil --
6.3. Soil Formation --
6.4. The Soil Profile --
6.5. Soil Classification --
7. Soil Conservation and Sustainable Agriculture --
7.1. The Nature of Soil Erosion --
7.2. The Dust Bowl --
7.3. The Shelterbelt Program --
7.4. Soil Erosion Today --
7.5. Factors Affecting the Rate of Soil Erosion by Water --
7.6. Controlling Soil Erosion by Water --
Case Study 7.1. A 100-Year Study of the Effects of Cropping on Soil Erosion --
A Closer Look 7.2. The Universal Soil Loss Equation --
7.7. Alternative Agriculture --
7.8. Sustainable Agriculture --
GIS and Remote Sensing GIS, Remote Sensing, and Precision Farming --
8. Pesticides: Protecting Our Crops, Our Health, and Our Environment --
8.1. Where Do Pests Come From? --
8.2. Types of Chemical Pesticides: An Historical Perspective --
8.3. How Effective Are Pesticides? --
8.4. How Hazardous Are Pesticides? --
8.5. Sustainable Pest Control --
GIS and Remote Sensing Using Satellite Remote Sensing to Detect Pest Damage in Oregon's Forests --
Case Study 8.1. Tsetse Flies Brought Under Control in Zanzibar --
8.6. Are Pesticides Adequately Regulated? --
9. Aquatic Environments --
9.1. Wetlands --
9.2. The Lake Ecosystem --
9.3. The Stream Ecosystem --
9.4. The Coastal Environment --
9.5. The Ocean --
10. Managing Resource Sustainability Waters --
10.1. The Water Cycle --
10.2. Flooding: Problems and Solutions --
Case Study 10.1. The Great Mississippi Flood of 1993 --
GIS and Remote Sensing GIS Aids Snow Monitoring and Modeling at the National Weather Service --
10.3. Water Shortages: Issues and Solutions --
10.4. Irrigation: Issues and Solutions --
11. Water Pollution --
11.1. Types of Water Pollution --
11.2. Major Pollutants and Their Control --
Case Study 11.1. The Zebra Mussel: A Water Contaminant From Europe --
11.3. Sewage Treatment and Disposal --
Case Study 11.2. Invisible Threat: Toxic Chemicals in The Great Lakes --
11.4. Legislating Water Pollution Control --
11.5. Pollution of Oceans --
11.6. A World View of Water Pollution --
12. Fisheries Conservation --
12.1. Freshwater Fisheries --
12.2. Environmental Limitations to the Reproductive Potential of Freshwater Fish --
Case Study 12.1. The Sea Lamprey Scourge of The Great Lakes --
12.3. Sustainable Freshwater Fisheries Management --
Case Study 12.2. Rebuilding Fish and Wildlife Populations on the Columbia River Drainage System --
A Closer Look 12.3. Salmon Fever in The Great Lakes --
12.4. Marine Fisheries --
12.5. Problems Facing the Marine Fisheries Industry --
12.6. Sustainable Marine Fisheries Management --
12.7. Aquaculture --
13. Rangeland Management --
13.1. Ecology of Rangelands --
A Closer Look 13.1. Prairie Restoration and the National Grasslands Story --
13.2. Brief History of Range Use in the United States --
A Closer Look 13.2. Causes of Desertification --
13.3. Rangeland Resources and Condition --
A Closer Look 13.3. Range Wars: Ranche Versus Environmentalists --
13.4. Range Management --
Case Study 13.4. Methods of Coyote Control --
14. Forest Management --
14.1. Forest Ownership --
14.2. The U.S. Forest Service --
14.3. Harvesting Trees --
A Closer Look 14.1. The Monoculture Controversy --
14.4. Reforestation --
A Closer Look 14.2. Genetic Engineering: The Key to Tomorrow's Superforests --
14.5. Control of Forest Pests --
14.6. Fire Management --
A Closer Look 14.3. Controlling Insect Outbreaks with Heterotypes --
14.7. Meeting Future Timber Demands --
14.8. Preserving Wilderness --
A Closer Look 14.4. Forest Conservation by Efficient Utilization --
14.9. Protecting Natural Resources: National Parks --
A Closer Look 14.5. The Wilderness Controversy --
14.10. Reversing Tropical Deforestation --
15. Plant and Animal Extinction --
15.1. Extinction: Eroding the Earth's Biological Diversity --
15.2. Understanding Population Dynamics --
15.3. Causes of Extinction --
Case Study 15.1. Dam Versus Darter: A Classic Confrontation --
Case Study 15.2. The Passenger Pigeon: The Many Causes of Extinction --
GIS Remote Sensing Mapping Noxious Weeds With GIS --
Ethics in Resource Management 15.3 Do Other Species have a Right to Exist? --
15.4. Methods of Preventing Extinction --
15.5. The Endangered Species Act --
16. Wildlife Management --
16.1. Wildlife --
16.2. Types of Animal Movements --
16.3. Mortality Factors --
A Closer Look 16.1. The Hunting Controversy --
16.4. Wildlife Management --
16.5. Regulating Populations --
Case Study 16.2. The Everglades: Water Troubles in A Wildlife Paradise --
Ethics in Resource Conservation 16.3 To Kill or Not to Kill --
16.6. Nongame Wildlife --
17. Sustainable Waste Management --
17.1. Municipal Waste: Tapping a Wasted Resource --
17.2. Managing Our Municipal Solid Wastes Sustainably --
Ethics in Resource Conservation 17.1 Do We Have an Obligation to Future Generations? --
17.3. Waste Disposal: The Final Option --
17.4. Hazardous Wastes --
Case Study 17.2. The Chemical Time Bomb at Love Canal --
Case Study 17.3. Exporting Toxic Troubles --
18. Air Pollution --
18.1. Pollution of the Atmosphere --
18.2. Major Atmospheric Pollutants --
A Closer Look 18.1. The Clean Air Act --
18.3. Factors Affecting Air Pollution Concentrations --
18.4. Effects of Air Pollution on Local Climate --
18.5. Effects of Air Pollution on Human Health --
Case Study 18.1. Asbestos: The Dangers of a Useful Product --
18.6. Air Pollution Abatement and Control --
Case Study 18.2. Getting Charged Up Over Electric Cars --
18.7. Indoor Air Pollution --
Case Study 18.3. Tobacco Smoke: The Deadliest Air Pollutant --
19. Air Pollution: Global Problems --
19.1. Global Climate Change --
19.2. Acid Deposition --
GIS and Remote Sensing GIS Aids Emergency Response and Survival Strategies in Bangladesh --
19.3. Depletion of Stratospheric Ozone --
Ethics in Resource Conservation 19.1 Debate Over Global Warming and Ozone Depletion: Do We Have an Obligation to Other Countries? --
20. Minerals, Mining, and a Sustainable Society --
20.1. Supply and Demand.
Responsibility: Daniel D. Chiras, John P. Reganold, Oliver S. Owen.
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    schema:name "Conservation of natural resources--United States"@en ;
    .

<http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85044209> # Environmental protection--United States
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Environmental protection--United States"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1034438> # Natural resources--Management
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Natural resources--Management"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1139731> # Sustainable development
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Sustainable development"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1204155> # United States.
    a schema:Place ;
    schema:name "United States." ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/875502> # Conservation of natural resources
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Conservation of natural resources"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/913324> # Environmental protection
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Environmental protection"@en ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/112575158> # Oliver S. Owen
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:birthDate "1920" ;
    schema:familyName "Owen" ;
    schema:givenName "Oliver S." ;
    schema:name "Oliver S. Owen" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/32312808> # John P. Reganold
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:familyName "Reganold" ;
    schema:givenName "John P." ;
    schema:name "John P. Reganold" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/85258819> # Daniel D. Chiras
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:familyName "Chiras" ;
    schema:givenName "Daniel D." ;
    schema:name "Daniel D. Chiras" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9780130333988>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "0130333980" ;
    schema:isbn "9780130333988" ;
    .

<http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/741485486>
    a schema:CreativeWork ;
    rdfs:label "Natural resource conservation." ;
    schema:description "Online version:" ;
    schema:isSimilarTo <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/46685214> ; # Natural resource conservation : management for a sustainable future
    .


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