Providing a comprehensive habitat-by-habitat guide to conservation management based on scientific principles as well as practical experience, this volume directs the reader through options and solutions. It highlights potential problems and provides examples of past habitat management.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.85(w) x 9.72(h) x 1.22(d)|
Table of Contents1. Introduction and principles of ecological management W. Sutherland; 2. Site management planning G. Hirons, G. Thomas and B. Goldsmith; 3. Access J. Vickery; 4. Coasts and estuaries C. Frid and P. Evans; 5. Rivers, canals and dykes N. Holmes and R. Hanbury; 6. Waterbodies J. Andrew; 7. Reedbeds, bogs and fens N. Burgess, D. Ward, R. Hobbs and D. Bellamy; 8. Grasslands M. Ausden and J. Treweek; 9. Farmland D. Hill, J. Andrews, N. Sotherton and J. Hawkins; 10. Lowland heaths P. Dolman and R. Land; 11. Upland moors and heaths D.Thompson, A. Macdonald and P. Hudson; 12. Woodlands G. Peterken and R. Fuller; 13. Urban areas C. Baines; Appendix; Index.