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Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes

Towards Sustainable Production and Nature Conservation

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      • Source title: Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes: Towards Sustainable Production and Nature Conservation

        LC ClassificationsOct 18, 2011
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 65 p. :
        Number of Pages46
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        ISBN 101461392160

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Often, at a local level, concern for the environment is the antithesis of development. This book addresses a broad spectrum of political, theoretical and applied aspects that often arise in the design and execution of landscape studies. Focal species: a multi-species umbrella for nature conservation.

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Many of the natural habitats are threatened and local extinction of flora and fauna species is a continuing process. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia 16, 93—114.

The issues in the central wheatbelt of Western Australia are typical of the environment versus development debate. The Kellerberrin project on fragmented landscapes: a review of current information. The debate usually focusses on the possible negative environmental impacts of an activity versus the expected positive economic impacts. The concepts of geographical scale and hierarchy arising within the confines of landscape ecology are examined, and a series of techniques are presented to address problems in spatial and temporal analysis.

Often, at a local level, concern for the environment is the antithesis of development. Publisher Name Springer, New York, NY• However, these landscapes have also, in many cases, been significantly modified, particularly by pastoralism and related activities, to the extent that their Reintegrating Fragmented Landscapes as habitat is impaired.

A hierarchical view of habitat and its relationship to species abundance.

Conclusions. Can We Reintegrate Fragmented Landscapes?

Using original, ecologically based landscape design principles, the text underscores current thinking in landscape management and conservation.

An aquifer is very rarely present as an underground stream and only in very specific types of aquifer systems e. In the higher rainfall and more dissected land to the lower south west zone of rejuvenationleaching has removed more of the salt, and flushing of salt following clearing is an active process.

A framework for the ecology of arid Australia.