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Restoration of Endangered Species : Conceptual Issues, Planning and Implementation - Marlin L. Bowles

Restoration of Endangered Species

Conceptual Issues, Planning and Implementation

By: Marlin L. Bowles (Editor), Christopher J. Whelan (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 30th January 2010
ISBN: 9780521418638
Number Of Pages: 412

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As the human impact on the earth leads to ever increasing environmental degradation, the restoration of dwindling populations of numerous plant and animal species has become urgent. In this volume, contributors examine the conceptual, planning, and applied aspects of recovery of rare or endangered species. It is unique in its treatment of both plants and animals, and in its presentation of scientific approaches to implemented restorations. Experts report on the restoration efforts and plans for the restoration of a wide variety of species including the dune thistle, lakeside daisy, woodland caribou, kit fox, and black-footed ferret and end with a broad overview, suggesting future opportunities and problems.

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'... this book makes a first class contribution to the subject ... the fact that it brings together science, practice, planning and politics will ensure it becomes the success it deserves to be. It will be of value to many groups of people from students to academics and from planners to practitioners.' Annals of Botany '... it contributes a great deal ... restorationists will find it a valuable tool for their work.' Luke Hunter, South African Journal of Zoology '... well constructed and well presented ... of relevance on a worldwide scale.' Journal of Applied Ecology '... a valuable contribution to restoration ecology, and a valuable source of ideas, case histories and references.' Journal of Ecology

Conceptual Issues in Restoration Ecology
Organizational and managerial guidelines for endangered species restoration programs and recovery teams
Genetic considerations for plant population restoration and conservation
Managing genetic diversity in captive populations of animals
The relationship of rarity to plant reproductive biology
Experimental evidence for insect impact on populations of short-lived, perennial plants, and its application in restoration ecology
Restoration Planning
Impacts of biological invasions on the management and recovery of rare plants in Haleakala National
Disturbance-dependent persistence of rare plants: anthropogenic impacts and restoration implications
A metapopulation approach to Pitcher's thistle recovery in southern Lake
Restoration of woodland caribou to the Lake Superior region
Implemented Restorations
The swift fox reintroduction program in Canada from 1983 to 1992
Restoration of the endangered black-footed ferret: a twenty-year overview
Development and implementation of a recovery program for the federally threatened Lakeside daisy
Demographic monitoring and the recovery of endangered plant populations
Synthesis and Future Directions: Biology, Politics and Reality
Restoration ecology: living with the Prime Directive
Taxonomic index
Subject index
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ISBN: 9780521418638
ISBN-10: 0521418631
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 412
Published: 30th January 2010
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.55 x 15.93  x 2.57
Weight (kg): 0.84

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