As the 21st century approaches, the need to put principles of sustainable living and ecosystem management into practice has never been so urgent. Ecosystem Management for Sustainability recognizes this need and shares the experiences of the editor and 54 contributing authors, each leaders in the advancement of ecosystem management and champions of the natural environment. The book uses the Man And Biosphere program as a case example of a wide variety of resource management activities at work. Through the multi-authored contributions to this book, documentation of a comprehensive spectrum of ecosystem management and sustainable development principles is achieved. Ecosystem Management for Sustainability provides a link between theory and practice of these two philosophies.Travel corridors between federal, state, and leased or permitted private property will be necessary to permit wolves to disperse and encounter ... There is enough suitable habitat in the southern Appalachians to potentially achieve a self- sustaining red wolf population. ... Predators to white-tailed deer have long been absent from the southern Appalachians and possible reduction in numbers of the exoticanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ecosystem Management for Sustainability|
|Author||:||John Peine, Samab Foundation|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1998-06-23|