Avian Effects Assessment: A Framework for Contaminants Studies

Avian Effects Assessment: A Framework for Contaminants Studies

by Andy Hart (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781880611487
Publisher: Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry
Publication date: 06/28/2001
Pages: 193
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

List of Figuresviii
List of Tablesix
Chapter 1Introduction and Background to the Development of a Framework for Ecological Risk Mangement1
Chapter 2A Multi-Stakeholder Ecological Risk Management Framework21
Chapter 3Stakeholders and the Ecological Risk Management Process33
Chapter 4Deciding What Resources to Protect and Setting Objectives41
Chapter 5Selecting, Implementing, and Tracking Ecological Risk-Management Decisions: Necessary Elements of an Effective Decision-Making Framework57
Chapter 6Using Economic Principles for Ecological Risk Management75
Chapter 7Approaches to Ecological Risk-Based Decision-Making in a U.S. Federal Regulatory Context91
Chapter 8Adaptive Regulation of Waterfowl Hunting in the U.S.113
Chapter 9Ecological Risk Management of a Potential Biological Stressor: The Black Carp, a Nonindigenous Species133
Chapter 10Managing Ecological Risk Issues in a Corporate Context137
Chapter 11Managing Ecological Risks and Restoration of a Wetland Habitat at a Superfund Site: A Retrospective Assessment of the Proposed Ecological Risk Management Framework149
Chapter 12Ecological Risk Management and Restoration of a Estuarine Habitat Following a Chemical Release: The Calcasieu Estuary Restoration Project157
Chapter 13The Nature Conservancy's Five-S Decision-Making Framework for Site-Based Conservation and Relationship to the Proposed Ecological Risk Management Framework163
Chapter 14Invited Perspective Protecting Life: Weaving Together Environment, People, and Law175
Chapter 15Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations187

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