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Main Title Adaptive environmental management : a practitioner's guide /
Author Allan, Catherine ; Stankey, George H.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Allan, Catherine,
Stankey, George H.
Publisher Springer ; CSIRO Pub,
Year Published 2009
Stock Number 978-1-4020-9632-7
OCLC Number 432709541
ISBN 9781402096327; 1402096321
Subjects Adaptive natural resource management ; Adaptive natural resource management--Case studies ; Natural resources--Management--Case studies ; Nature conservation--Case studies ; Sustainable agriculture ; Conservation of Natural Resources ; Agriculture--methods ; SCIENCE--Environmental Science (see also Chemistry--Environmental) ; POLITICAL SCIENCE--Public Policy--Environmental Policy ; Sciences de la vie ; Biom├ędecine
Additional Subjects Internet only
Internet Access
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Ebook Library
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EMAM  ONLINE Region 6 Library/Dallas,TX 09/28/2009
Collation 1 online resource (xvi, 351 pages) : illustrations, maps
Includes bibliographical references and index. Print version record.
Contents Notes
Conceptually, adaptive management is simply learning from past management actions to improve future planning and management. However, adaptive management has proved difficult to achieve in practice. This book presents lessons learned from case studies, to provide managers with access to relevant information. Introduction -- Components of adaptive management -- Lessons learned from adaptive management practitioners in British Columbia, Canada -- Using adaptive management to meet multiple goals for flows along the Mitta Mitta river in south-eastern Australia -- Adaptive management of a sustainable wildlife enterprise trial in Australia's barrier ranges -- Learning about the social elements of adaptive management in the south island tussock grasslands of New Zealand -- Kuku Kanyini, Australian indigenous adaptive management -- Crisis as a positive role in implementing adaptive management after the biscuit fire, pacific northwest, U.S.A -- Modelling and adaptive environmental management -- Lessons learned from a computer-assisted participatory planning and management process in the peak district national park, England -- Signposts for Australian agriculture -- Environmental management systems as adaptive natural resource management : Case studies from agriculture -- The adaptive management system for the Tasmanian wilderness world heritage area -- linking management planning with effectiveness evaluation -- Adaptive management of environmental flows -- 10 years on -- Collaborative learning as part of adaptive management of forests affected by deer -- Effective leadership for adaptive management -- Institutionalising adaptive management : Creating a culture of learning in New South Wales parks and wildlife service -- Adaptive people for adaptive management -- Synthesis of lessons.