Forestry and biodiversity : learning how to sustain biodiversity in managed forests / edited by Fred L. Bunnell and Glen B. Dunsworth.
Bunnell, Fred L., 1942- (redaktör/utgivare)
Dunsworth, Glen B., 1952- (redaktör/utgivare)
- ISBN 978-0-7748-1529-1
- Vancouver, BC : UBC Press, c2009.
- Engelska xxii, 349 p.
- Relaterad länk:
http://www.gbv.de/dm... (lizenzfrei) (04)
- The problem / Fred L. Bunnell ... [et al.] -- The example / Fred L. Bunnell ... [et al.] -- The approach / Fred L. Bunnell and Glen B. Dunsworth -- Implementing the approach / Fred L. Bunnell, William J. Beese, and Glen B. Dunsworth -- Effectiveness monitoring : an introduction / Fred L. Bunnell, David J. Huggard, and Glen B. Dunsworth -- Ecosystem representation : sustaining poorly known species and functions / David J. Huggard and Laurie L. Kremsater -- Learning from ecosystem representation / David J. Huggard, Laurie L. Kremsater, and Glen B. Dunsworth -- Sustaining forested habitat / David J. Huggard, Fred L. Bunnell, and Laurie L. Kremsater -- Learning from habitat elements / David J. Huggard, Jeff Sandford, and Laurie L. Kremsater -- Sustaining forest-dwelling species / Laurie L. Kremsater and Fred L. Bunnell -- Learning from organisms / David J. Huggard and Laurie L. Kremsater -- Designing a monitoring program / David J. Huggard, Laurie L. Kremsater, and Fred L. Bunnell -- Summary : progress and lessons learned / Fred L. Bunnell, David J. Huggard, and Laurie L. Kremsater.
- "Sustainable management is a problem for countries that depend on natural resources. Forests contain most of the world's biodiversity and offer significant renewable resources with a potentially small ecological and carbon footprint. Yet the global demand for forest products has increased while the need to conserve biodiversity and endangered species has become more urgent and challenging.
- Sustainable management in the forestry sector is complicated by the size and slow growth of commercial forests. Forestry and Biodiversity makes the case for adaptive management -- a structured approach to learning by doing -- to sustain biodiversity in managed forests. It draws on the theory and principles of conservation biology and forest ecology and illustrates them, and the challenges they present, through a practical, real-world study of a 1.1 million hectare commercial operation in a coastal temperate rainforest. The authors present the results honestly -- not everything worked as intended -- the problems they encountered suggest where the boundaries of science stop and social choices must be made.
- Forestry and Biodiversity describes an innovate program for sustaining biodiversity in managed forests that will be of interest to those who plan, or hope to influence, forest practices and to those who are concerned with wildlife, climate change, and the environment."--pub. desc.
- Forest biodiversity conservation -- British Columbia -- Case studies. (LCSH)
- Forest management -- British Columbia -- Case studies. (LCSH)
- Adaptive natural resource management -- British Columbia -- Case studies. (LCSH)
- Sustainable forestry -- British Columbia -- Case studies. (LCSH)
- Coastal forests -- British Columbia -- Management -- Case studies. (LCSH)
- Temperate rain forests -- British Columbia -- Management -- Case studies. (LCSH)
- forest management (agrovoc)
- sustainability (agrovoc)
- biodiversity (agrovoc)
- nature conservation (agrovoc)
- planning (agrovoc)
- british columbia (agrovoc)
- QH77.C2 (LCC)
- QH75 (LAC)
- QH77.C2 (NAL)
- 333.95/1609152 (DDC)
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