1 edition of Changing land management found in the catalog.
Changing land management
David J. Pannell
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, David Pannell and Frank Vanclay|
|LC Classifications||S561 .C513 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||2011286188|
The direct effects of land-cover change on surface climate are increasingly well understood, but fewer studies have investigated the consequences of the trend towards more intensive land Cited by: Land Management and Climate Change. Now comes a report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, looking at how we use land. It’s a complex subject, but at the University of.
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Changing Land Management provides key insights from past and cutting-edge research to support decision-makers as they attempt to assist rural communities adapting to changed circumstances, such as new technologies, new environmental imperatives, new market opportunities or changed : Paperback.
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Changing Land Management provides key insights from past and cutting-edge research to support decision-makers as they attempt to influence or assist rural communities adapting to changed circumstances, such as new technologies, new environmental imperatives, new market opportunities or changed climate.
Changing land management provides key insights from past and cutting-edge research to support decision-makers as they attempt to influence or assist rural communites adapting to changed.
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Part 9: Suggestions for Ways to Use This Book. The challenges for today's scientists are to devise and implement sustainable land management strategies in order to preserve the land for the benefit of future generations.
This book is a valuable compendium of the research experiences so far gained in studies of the context and concept of the "Anthroscape" and highlights the potential future.
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The number of administrative steps, costs and time required to register and develop land deters many people from conforming to official norms and is a widespread source of corruption. Innovative approaches, such as ‘One-Stop-Shops’, have improved land management and governance, but need to be more widely adopted.
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Sustainable Land Management in the Dry Lands of Kenya: Issues and Challenges: The SLM Project: An Overview Zeinabu Khalif THEME I RESOURCE INVENTORY ON SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT: CASE STUDIES CHAPTER 1 1 The Disappearing Forest: A Case Study of Trends in Land Use and Land Cover Change of the Threatened Lower Tana River Forest Complex, Coastal.
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The approach adopted is the one that has underpinned the development of the European Union Biodiversity strategy and is becoming a compelling force for change in Europe's decision-making processes.
Land managers and planners, ecologists and agriculturalists will, in particular, find this booklet an invaluable resource. This is an academic work, but that rare gem of a book which can transcend the mere academy.
In Changes in the Land, Cronon systematically details what New England looked like before the arrival of the first Europeans and how the ecology of the land was changed by the interaction with Europeans. You learn many fascinating things in this book.Socioeconomic Impacts of Land–Use Changes • Conversion of farmland and forests to urban development reduces the amount of land available for food and timber production • Soil erosion, salinization, desertification, and other soil degradations associated with agricultural production and deforestation reduce land quality and.