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Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation - David L. Hawksworth
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Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation - new book

2006, ISBN: 9781402052835

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The sustainable use of biodiversity is one of the three key objectives of the 1992 `Convention on Biological Diversity`. To achieve this, sound conservation practice has to be recognized as beneficial and implemented by all who access, or use it from subsistence farmers to skiers and pharmaceutical bioprospectors. At the same time, indigenous peoples necessarily utilize enormous numbers of plants, fungi, and fish, particularly for foods and medicines. This book gathers together a wide range of contributions addressing diverse aspects of front-line human involvement in biodiversity exploitation and conservation. Its scope is broad, the organisms explored ranging from birds, invertebrates and mammals both terrestrial and aquatic to crops and medicinal plants. Meanwhile, the issues addressed include land use changes, the importance of gardens, hedges and green lanes, housing developments, hunting, invasive species, local community involvement, sacred groves, socioeconomic factors and trade. These peer reviewed case studies come from studies in 17 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America. Providing a snap-shot of on-going action and state-of-the-art research, rather than a series of necessarily more superficial overviews, this collection will be of particular interest to courses including biodiversity and/or conservation issues, and to advanced students and researchers working in related fields.  Reprinted from Biodiversity and Conservation 15:8 (2006). Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation: The sustainable use of biodiversity is one of the three key objectives of the 1992 `Convention on Biological Diversity`. To achieve this, sound conservation practice has to be recognized as beneficial and implemented by all who access, or use it from subsistence farmers to skiers and pharmaceutical bioprospectors. At the same time, indigenous peoples necessarily utilize enormous numbers of plants, fungi, and fish, particularly for foods and medicines. This book gathers together a wide range of contributions addressing diverse aspects of front-line human involvement in biodiversity exploitation and conservation. Its scope is broad, the organisms explored ranging from birds, invertebrates and mammals both terrestrial and aquatic to crops and medicinal plants. Meanwhile, the issues addressed include land use changes, the importance of gardens, hedges and green lanes, housing developments, hunting, invasive species, local community involvement, sacred groves, socioeconomic factors and trade. These peer reviewed case studies come from studies in 17 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America. Providing a snap-shot of on-going action and state-of-the-art research, rather than a series of necessarily more superficial overviews, this collection will be of particular interest to courses including biodiversity and/or conservation issues, and to advanced students and researchers working in related fields.  Reprinted from Biodiversity and Conservation 15:8 (2006). Biodiversity Hawksworth Species richness Vegetation biosphere environment forest population structure temporal dynamics B Agriculture Applied Ecology Biodiversity Ecosystems Landscape Ecology Plant Ecology Biomedical and Life Sciences, Springer Netherland

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Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation - new book

2006, ISBN: 9781402052835

ID: 9781402052835

The sustainable use of biodiversity is one of the three key objectives of the 1992 `Convention on Biological Diversity`. To achieve this, sound conservation practice has to be recognized as beneficial and implemented by all who access, or use it from subsistence farmers to skiers and pharmaceutical bioprospectors. At the same time, indigenous peoples necessarily utilize enormous numbers of plants, fungi, and fish, particularly for foods and medicines. This book gathers together a wide range of contributions addressing diverse aspects of front-line human involvement in biodiversity exploitation and conservation. Its scope is broad, the organisms explored ranging from birds, invertebrates and mammals both terrestrial and aquatic to crops and medicinal plants. Meanwhile, the issues addressed include land use changes, the importance of gardens, hedges and green lanes, housing developments, hunting, invasive species, local community involvement, sacred groves, socioeconomic factors and trade. These peer reviewed case studies come from studies in 17 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America. Providing a snap-shot of on-going action and state-of-the-art research, rather than a series of necessarily more superficial overviews, this collection will be of particular interest to courses including biodiversity and/or conservation issues, and to advanced students and researchers working in related fields. Reprinted from Biodiversity and Conservation 15:8 (2006). Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation: The sustainable use of biodiversity is one of the three key objectives of the 1992 `Convention on Biological Diversity`. To achieve this, sound conservation practice has to be recognized as beneficial and implemented by all who access, or use it from subsistence farmers to skiers and pharmaceutical bioprospectors. At the same time, indigenous peoples necessarily utilize enormous numbers of plants, fungi, and fish, particularly for foods and medicines. This book gathers together a wide range of contributions addressing diverse aspects of front-line human involvement in biodiversity exploitation and conservation. Its scope is broad, the organisms explored ranging from birds, invertebrates and mammals both terrestrial and aquatic to crops and medicinal plants. Meanwhile, the issues addressed include land use changes, the importance of gardens, hedges and green lanes, housing developments, hunting, invasive species, local community involvement, sacred groves, socioeconomic factors and trade. These peer reviewed case studies come from studies in 17 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America. Providing a snap-shot of on-going action and state-of-the-art research, rather than a series of necessarily more superficial overviews, this collection will be of particular interest to courses including biodiversity and/or conservation issues, and to advanced students and researchers working in related fields. Reprinted from Biodiversity and Conservation 15:8 (2006)., Springer-Verlag Gmbh

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Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation - new book

2006, ISBN: 9781402052835

ID: 9781402052835

The sustainable use of biodiversity is one of the three key objectives of the 1992 `Convention on Biological Diversity`. To achieve this, sound conservation practice has to be recognized as beneficial and implemented by all who access, or use it from subsistence farmers to skiers and pharmaceutical bioprospectors. At the same time, indigenous peoples necessarily utilize enormous numbers of plants, fungi, and fish, particularly for foods and medicines. This book gathers together a wide range of contributions addressing diverse aspects of front-line human involvement in biodiversity exploitation and conservation. Its scope is broad, the organisms explored ranging from birds, invertebrates and mammals both terrestrial and aquatic to crops and medicinal plants. Meanwhile, the issues addressed include land use changes, the importance of gardens, hedges and green lanes, housing developments, hunting, invasive species, local community involvement, sacred groves, socioeconomic factors and trade. These peer reviewed case studies come from studies in 17 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America. Providing a snap-shot of on-going action and state-of-the-art research, rather than a series of necessarily more superficial overviews, this collection will be of particular interest to courses including biodiversity and/or conservation issues, and to advanced students and researchers working in related fields. Reprinted from Biodiversity and Conservation 15:8 (2006). Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation: The sustainable use of biodiversity is one of the three key objectives of the 1992 `Convention on Biological Diversity`. To achieve this, sound conservation practice has to be recognized as beneficial and implemented by all who access, or use it from subsistence farmers to skiers and pharmaceutical bioprospectors. At the same time, indigenous peoples necessarily utilize enormous numbers of plants, fungi, and fish, particularly for foods and medicines. This book gathers together a wide range of contributions addressing diverse aspects of front-line human involvement in biodiversity exploitation and conservation. Its scope is broad, the organisms explored ranging from birds, invertebrates and mammals both terrestrial and aquatic to crops and medicinal plants. Meanwhile, the issues addressed include land use changes, the importance of gardens, hedges and green lanes, housing developments, hunting, invasive species, local community involvement, sacred groves, socioeconomic factors and trade. These peer reviewed case studies come from studies in 17 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America. Providing a snap-shot of on-going action and state-of-the-art research, rather than a series of necessarily more superficial overviews, this collection will be of particular interest to courses including biodiversity and/or conservation issues, and to advanced students and researchers working in related fields. Reprinted from Biodiversity and Conservation 15:8 (2006)., Springer-Verlag Gmbh

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Human Exploitation and Biodiversity Conservation - David L. Hawksworth;  David L. Hawksworth;  Alan T. Bull;  Alan T. Bull
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2008, ISBN: 9781402052835

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2008, ISBN: 9781402052835

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2006, eBook Download (PDF), eBooks, [PU: Springer Netherland]

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