4 edition of Reintegrating fragmented landscapes found in the catalog.
Reintegrating fragmented landscapes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||R.J. Hobbs, D.A. Saunders, editors.|
|Contributions||Hobbs, R. J., Saunders, Denis A.|
|LC Classifications||S478.W4 R45 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 332 p. :|
|Number of Pages||332|
|ISBN 10||0387978062, 3540978062|
|LC Control Number||92005865|
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Stimulated by major issues and events such as oil and chemical spills, clearing of rainforests, pollu tion of waterways, and, towards the end of the decade. The dedication Reintegrating fragmented landscapes book this book is to Katie, Hamish, Samantha and Romayne - May they live in hope for, not fear of, the future.
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Recher. The dedication of this book is to Katie, Hamish, Samantha and Romayne - May they live in hope for, not fear of, the future.
I think most of us would wish the same for our children, but few of us are as resolute as Richard Hobbs and Denis Saunders in their efforts to change the ecological future of the : Harry F.
Recher. Abstract. The aim of this book was to draw together available information and viewpoints on the past, present, and future of one particular area, the central wheatbelt of Western Australia, with a view to providing information relevant to other fragmented landscapes by: 3. Reintegrating fragmented landscapes: towards sustainable production and nature conservation.
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by Richard J. Hobbs, Denis Saunders (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. A landscape is defined as an area of land, at the scale of hectares to square kilometres, which consists of a collection of different, but interacting patches (also called landscape elements).
Patchiness focuses on the spatial matrix of ecological processes, and emphasises the fluxes of materials and organisms within and between parts of the landscape. Re-integrating fragmented landscapes—a preliminary framework for the Western Australian wheatbelt. Rapid and extensive land clearance for agriculture over the past century has produced a landscape in the wheatbelt of Western Australia that is degrading rapidly in terms of both agricultural potential and nature conservation by: Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes: Towards Sustainable Production and Nature Conservation R.
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Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes: Towards Sustainable Production and Nature Conservation. [R J Hobbs; Denis A Saunders] -- The study of landscape ecology is growing rapidly in importance. This book examines the serious problem of landscape deterioration due to extensive agricultural development, focussing on a detailed.
Habitat reconstruction: the revegetation imperative. Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes: Towards Sustainable Production and Nature Conservation The book is divided i separately. The Kellerberrin project on fragmented landscapes Saunders,; Saunders et al., ; Hobbs et al., b).
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Book. Full-text available. Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes: Towards. production of the Springer-Verlag book Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes (Hobbs and Saunders ) and. the Reuegetatton Guide to the Central Wheatbelt (Lefroy et al.
The first of these collected available information, from numerous disciplines, on the history of development in the central Wheatbelt, its current. Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes: Towards Sustainable Production and Nature Conservation avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions/5.Research Publications.
Zoology Books and Chapters. Hobbs, R.J., Saunders, D.A. and Main, A.R. Conservation management in fragmented systems, Reintegrating.In this book, Collinge evaluates this body of research, expertly synthesizing all that is known about the ecology of fragmented landscapes.
Expanding on the traditional coverage of this topic, Collinge also discusses disease ecology, restoration, conservation, and planning.