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Wild forests : conservation biology and public policy

Author: William Surprison Alverson; Walter Kuhlmann; Donald M Waller
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Island Press, ©1994.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Alverson, William Surprison.
Wild forests.
Washington, D.C. : Island Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)656199988
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Surprison Alverson; Walter Kuhlmann; Donald M Waller
ISBN: 1559631872 9781559631877 1559631880 9781559631884
OCLC Number: 30079266
Description: xxiii, 300 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Jared Diamond --
pt. I. Whence Biodiversity? 1. Forests Then and Now. 2. Shadows in the Forest. 3. The Myth of Heart's Content --
pt. II. Ecological Mechanisms and Biotic Resources. 4. Internal Affairs: Patch and Disturbance Dynamics. 5. From Hero to Villain: Edge Effects. 6. Hazards of Fragmentation: Area and Isolation Effects. 7. Tracking Diversity: Biological Inventory, Research, and Monitoring --
pt. III. Approaches to Forest Management. 8. The Evolution of Forest Management. 9. Multiple Use on National Forest Lands. 10. What's New in Forest Management? 11. Zoning for Diversity --
pt. IV. Toward a New Diversity Policy (and Twenty-First Century Old Growth). 12. Sources of a New Diversity Policy for the National Forests. 13. Case History: The Wisconsin National Forests. 14. Dominant-Use Zoning and Wildlands: Forestry for the Twenty-First Century.
Responsibility: William S. Alverson, Walter Kuhlmann, Donald M. Waller ; foreword by Jared Diamond.
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