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Historical environmental variation in conservation and natural resource management / edited by John A. Wiens ... [et al.]
Chichester, West Sussex ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley, 2012
book jacket
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 4th Floor  QH541.15.L35 H57 2012    AVAILABLE
Gift from Robert and Penelope Simpson, 2013
Subject(s) Landscape ecology
Natural resources -- Co-management
Physical Description xiv, 337 p., 8 p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Setting the stage: theoretical and conceptual background of historical range of variation / William H. Romme, John A. Wiens, and Hugh D. Safford -- Development of historical ecology concepts and their application to resource management and conservation / Wayne Padgett ... [et al.] -- Challenges in the application of historical range of variation to conservation and land management / Gregory D. Hayward ... [et al.] -- Historical ecology, climate change, and resource management: can the past still inform the future? / Hugh D. Safford ... [et al.] -- What is the scope of history in historical ecology?: Issues of scale in management and conservation / John A. Wiens ... [et al.] -- Native Americans, ecosystem development, and historical range of variation / Gregory J. Nowacki, Douglas W. MacCleery, and Frank K. Lake -- Conservation and resource management in a changing world: extending historical range of variation beyond the baseline / Stephen T. Jackson -- Creating historical range of variation (HRV) time series using landscape modeling: overview and issues / Robert E. Keane -- Modeling historical range of variability at a range of scales: an examples application / Kevin McGarigal and William H. Romme -- Regional application of historical ecology at ecologically defined scales: forest ecosystems in the Colorado Front Range / Thomas T. Veblen, William H. Romme, and Claudia Regan -- Incorporating concepts of historical range of variation in ecosystem-based management of British Columbia's coastal temperate rainforest / Andy McKinnon and Sari C. Saunders -- Incorporating HRV in Minnesota national forest land and resource management plans: a practitioner's story / Mary Shedd ... [et al.] -- Applying historical fire-regime concepts to forest management in the western United States: three case studies / Thomas E. Demeo ... [et al.] -- Using historical ecology to inform wildlife conservation, restoration, and management / Beth A. Hahn and John L. Curnutt -- River floodplain restoration experiments offer a window into the past / Ramona O. Swenson -- Streams past and future: fluvial responses to rapid environmental change in the context of historical variation / Daniel A. Auerbach ... [et al.] -- A framework for applying the historical range of variation concept to ecosystem management / William H. Romme, Gregory D. Hayward, and Claudia Regan -- Ecological history guides the future of conservation: lessons from Africa / A. R. E. Sinclair -- Ecological history has present and future ecological consequences: case studies from Australia / David Lindenmayer -- A view from the past to the future / Keith J. Kirby -- Is the historical range of variation relevant to rangeland management? / Brandon T. Bestelmeyer -- Knowing the Fennoscandian taiga: ecohistorical lessons / Yrjö Haila -- Reflections on the relevance of history in a nonstationary world / Julio L. Betancourt -- The growing importance of the past in managing ecosystems of the future / Hugh D. Safford, John A. Wiens, and Gregory D. Hayward
NOTE 517380
Gift from Robert and Penelope Simpson, 2013
Alternate Author Wiens, John A
Library donation, 2013

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