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Landscape-scale conservation planning

Author: Stephen C Trombulak; Robert F Baldwin
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2010.
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This book expands the thinking and techniques of the new field of systematic conservation planning to include significant improvements borne of integrating social and natural conditions and processes to address the questions and problems of protecting ecosystem pattern and process in human-dominated landscapes. Specifically it undertakes to answer the question of how to accomplish ecoregion-scale, transboundary  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen C Trombulak; Robert F Baldwin
ISBN: 9789048195749 9048195748 9789048195756 9048195756
OCLC Number: 1086935646
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 427 p. :) ill., col. maps
Contents: Foreword / Hugh P. Possingham --
Introduction: creating a context for landscape-scale conservation planning / Stephen C. Trombulak and Robert F. Baldwin --
Identifying keystone threats to biological diversity / Robert F. Baldwin --
Why history matters in conservation planning / Elizabeth Dennis Baldwin and Richard W. Judd --
Developing institutions to overcome governance barriers to ecoregional conservation / Robert B. Powell --
Changing socio-economic conditions for private woodland protection / Robert J. Lilieholm, Lloyd C. Irland, and John M. Hagan --
Aquatic conservation planning at a landscape scale / Keith H. Nislow, Christian O. Marks, and Kimberly A. Lutz --
From the last of the large to the remnants of the rare : bird conservation at an ecoregional scale / Jeffrey V. Wells --
The transboundary nature of seabird ecology / Patrick G.R. Jodice and Robert M. Suryan --
Conservation planning with large carnivores and ungulates in eastern North America: learning from the past to plan for the future / Justina C. Ray --
Protecting natural resources on private lands: the role of collaboration in land-use planning / Jessica Spelke Jansujwicz and Aram J.K. Calhoun --
Integrating expert judgment into systematic ecoregional conservation planning / Karen F. Beazley, Elizabeth Dennis Baldwin, and Conrad Reining --
The GIS challenges of ecoregional conservation planning / Gillian Woolmer --
The human footprint as a conservation planning tool / Stephen C. Trombulak, Robert F. Baldwin, and Gillian Woolmer --
Assessing irreplaceability for systematic conservation planning / Stephen C. Trombulak --
Conservation planning in a changing climate: assessing the impacts of potential range shifts on a reserve network / Joshua J. Lawler and Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman --
Modeling ecoregional connectivity / Robert F. Baldwin, Ryan M. Perkl, Stephen C. Trombulak, and Walter B. Burwell III --
A general model for site-based conservation in human-dominated Landscapes: the landscape species approach / Michale J. Glennon and Karl A. Didier --
Integrating ecoregional planning at greater spatial scales / Mark Anderson
Responsibility: Stephen C. Trombulak, Robert F. Baldwin, editors.

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This book expands the thinking and techniques of the new field of systematic conservation planning to include significant improvements borne of integrating social and natural conditions and processes to address the questions and problems of protecting ecosystem pattern and process in human-dominated landscapes. Specifically it undertakes to answer the question of how to accomplish ecoregion-scale, transboundary conservation in a variety of realms including seascapes, multiple nations and jurisdictions, all by using numerous conservation targets and by incorporating changing climate, land use, and other social and natural processes operating at multi-spatial and temporal scales.

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